Welcome to St. Mark Lutheran Church. We are located in Tucker, a community just outside of Atlanta, Georgia.  Join us for Worship and Bible class this Sunday!

Worship Service Schedule:

9:00AM  Coffee & Snacks - Fellowship Hall 
9:30AM  St. Mark Worship Service in English
12:00 noon St. Mark Eritrean Worship Service in Tigrinya

Sunday School/Bible Study Schedule:
10:45AM Youth Bible Study-Educational Wing
10:45AM Adult Bible Study-Fellowship Hall
11:00AM Tigrinya Bible Study-Chapel

Contact Information:

Email: saintmarktucker@yahoo.com

Rev. Hiruy Gebremichael, Pastor

Pastor's Cell Phone: 404-552-5164

Church Phone: 770-938-4546

Church Address: 
2110 Brockett Road

Tucker, GA 30084

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Thank you to everyone who helped to make our 50th anniversary celebration on May 19th a wonderful day! Here is a link to the powerpoint presentation of our photos from 1965 to now:  


St. Mark Lutheran Church,
Tucker, Georgia

Donates to
Eritrean Schools for the Deaf


St. Mark Lutheran Church in Tucker, Georgia has donated $1,585 in Sunday School offerings from April through September 2017 to the only two Schools for the Deaf in Eritrea. This was a very special mission for St. Mark, as their Pastor Hiruy Gebremichael taught at these schools for seven years before coming to the United States. These two schools located in Asmara and Keren in Eritrea are the only places where the hearing impaired can hear the Word of God in their country. Every morning these students have devotions, led by their teachers, and every Sunday they have worship. These are the first such schools in east Africa and have been a blessing for many since 1956. St. Mark is grateful to 
God for the opportunity to assist in reaching the hearing impaired of Eritrea.

Many of St. Mark’s Sunday School children’s parents have come from Eritrea. St. Mark was blessed to have two of those parents travelling to Eritrea within the past six months,  and they were able to personally deliver the donations. In a letter from the Asmara School for the Deaf after the first donation, the school stated they would use the money to provide clothes and shoes to their needy children. St. Mark is happy to be able to help and bring happiness to these children. 

Members of St. Mark have designated their Sunday School quarterly offerings be given to mission projects around the world with total contributions over the past five years of over $12,000.  Some of the specific designated missions have included Heifer International, North Atlanta Circuit Outreach, LCMS Disaster/Hurricane Relief, and Lutheran Church Charities’ Comfort Dogs.  These projects have provided unique opportunities for children (and adults) to learn what Jesus meant when He said, “Inasmuch as you have done it unto the least of these, you have done it unto Me”.

Church Work Day! 

Thank you to all who came out to help clean up the church and grounds for the work day in March! We had such a great turnout and so much was accomplished! Here are a few highlights:





Easter Sunday Worship:


Hunger Walk 2018 



Thank you to all who came out and walked with us, and to all who supported us in our effort to raise money for Georgia's hungry. 

Despite severe thunderstorms and high winds being in the forecast, we had not a drop of rain. It must have been all those churches praying for good weather! 

Our St. Mark team raised $1,387.00 to fight hunger! Way to Go!! 




St. Mark will hold this year’s Vacation Bible School June 4-8 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the church.  The theme is “Shipwrecked – Rescued by Jesus”.  We will learn how Jesus takes care of us when we are lonely, worry, struggle, do wrong, and feel powerless.  Kids will participate in Bible Discovery, Imagination Station, Ship Rec Games, and Tropical Treats.   Music will help us ask God to “Never Let Go of Me”, to think of the “Million Reasons” we have to thank God every day, and to remember God is always there for us so we “Won’t Worry About a Thing”.

Mission offerings will be collected to help Operation Kid-to-Kid as they partner with World Vision to provide Haitian families with drought-tolerant seeds – enough to grow food for the entire family, with additional crops to sell in community markets.  Donations also help farmers learn sustainable farming practices, contribute toward reforestation, and help nourish entire communities for years to come!

Children ages 4 through fifth grade are welcome to attend VBS.  Parents are also welcome to visit and sit in on our Sail Away Sendoff at 8:20 each evening.  Please call the church office at 770 938-4546 to register by May 25.  We look forward to having fun together as we learn more about how Jesus rescues us!


Upcoming activity schedule for Youth: 

Sunday, June 3                        Confirmation

Mon-Fri  June 4-8        **Vacation Bible School**

Saturday, June 16        Youth Activity night 5-8:30 pm

Saturday, July 14         Youth Activity night 5-8:30 pm

September 2018          Deposits due for 2019 National Youth Gathering

October 2018              Registration opens for 2019 National Youth Gathering

July 10-15, 2019         LCMS NATIONAL YOUTH GATHERING, MINNEAPOLIS, MN  http://www.lcmsgathering.com/

Upcoming Activities:

Monday-Friday, June 4th-8th - Vacation Bible School.  All youth group students who can assist are asked to attend each evening. See Ms. Ruth Wietbrock to receive an assignment for the week.

Saturday, June 16th – Youth activity night. Dinner will take place in the fellowship hall and the youth meeting will be in the Youth Room.  We will have some outdoor activities weather permitting.

Activity Report:

Youth night-April:  We had 4 students in attendance on April 21st .  The students selected and prepared their skits for the Talent Show. The meal was provided by Steve and Julie Donaldson.    

Talent Show fundraiser:  Julie, Nardos, Leslie and Ms. Deb prepared the appetizers while the students setup the fellowship hall, and prepared their skits.  Approximately 60 guests were in attendance for a wonderful evening while our members displayed their talents. Students were very helpful in the serving process.  We collected a total of $850 for the Talent Show.  All expenses were covered by the Thrivent Action Team project.  Together with the Easter breakfast proceeds of $370, a total of $1,220 went into the youth fund in April for National Youth Gathering and future programs.

Future plans:

  • Monthly youth nights will continue with the exception of May as there were already too many events on the calendar.
  • Fundraisers will be occurring frequently this year to raise adequate funds to participate in the 2019 National Youth Gathering in Minneapolis, MN.  We potentially have over 10-15 students eligible to attend YG next year.
  • Students will be performing skits on a regular basis as we have many talented students and received a lot of positive feedback on the one performed at Talent night.
  • A parent meeting will be scheduled this summer after worship service for all parents with students who will be eligible to attend the National Youth Gathering next year in order to establish expectations; spiritual, physical, and financial.

    Special thanks:

Steve & Julie Donaldson for providing dinner at our last Youth night. Steve Donaldson for being our esteemed emcee for the Talent Show, Julie, Leslie and Nardos for helping with preparation, and all the parents for assisting with cleanup.  Thanks to all participants who demonstrated their talent.  Thank you to our members for their continued prayerful & financial support.

Education/Youth partnership

Students will be assisting with VBS.

Church Council action needed:


Respectfully submitted,

Deb Baldwin, Youth Director


Here are some higlights from our March youth night! 



Pastor Mark and Susan Stenbeck, Thank you for your service to Saint Mark. We will miss you dearly and pray that God continues to bestow you with blessings in your new home! 



Senior Ministry of St. Mark Lutheran Church

- Larry Wenndt


JOY Seniors Fellowship
The Members & Friends of JOY will meet for their last meting before the summer break on Thursday, 31 May. We will begin with a potluck lunch at Noon in the Fellowship Hall of St. Mark Lutheran Church. Our program for the day will be Alice Rhodes-Adler, Storyteller.
Please plan to join us, and invite a Friend.