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

 

Follow us on Instagram @stmark2110

Like and follow our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SaintMark2110

 

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Special Sercvies and

Holiday Events: 

Mid-Week Advent Services 7:15pm: 

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Children's Christmas Eve Program 6:30pm - Monday, December 24, 2018

New Years Eve Service 7:15 pm (Tentative) - Monday, December 31, 2018

Live Nativity 6:30 - 8:30 - Saturday, December 15 & Sunday December, 16, 2018

Epiphany Dinner 6:30pm - Saturday, January 12, 2019

 


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YOUTH NEWS

Saturday, December 1st, 1:30-5 pm, Christmas cookie baking & candy making. Students will meet at church and caravan to the Donaldson home to prepare for our fundraiser. Students should submit their favorite cookie recipe by 11/25. Parents/grandparents will be needed to assist.

Youth meeting, January 26th. 5 pm-8:30 pm. This is for middle and high school students only.

DONATIONS NEEDED!  Members who can donate baked goods, Christmas handicrafts, snacks, or other homemade items are asked to contact Deb Baldwin. Items will be sold at the Youth sponsored Christmas Bake Sale after worship on December 2nd.

Thanks!

Ms. Deb Baldwin, Youth Director

LCMS National Youth Gathering 2019

www.lcmsgathering.com

July 11-15, 2019         Minneapolis, MN

Deposits are due in September, registration begins in October 2018.  Students must be active in fundraisers to participate in next summer’s event.  Information may be found at www.lcmsgathering.com.  We are excited to share that Pastor Hiruy Gebremichael will be able to attend this momentous event with our students and chaperones.  If you know a teen who will be age eligible to participate next year, let them know they need to get involved in our group immediately. 

The LCMS Youth Gathering’s primary focus is for youth participants between the ages of 14 to 19. To register for the 2019 Gathering, youth participants must meet ONE of the two following eligibility requirements:

– Must be 14 years old at the time of the Gathering (July 11-15, 2019)

OR

– Entering his or her ninth grade year at the time of the Gathering.

Thanks!

Ms. Deb Baldwin, Youth Director


Box tops for Education

by Suzie Mailman

If you buy grocery (and other) products that come with 'Box tops for Education' they are valuable! We have several members who are saving them and then sending the coupons to not only Christian organizations but also many of our local schools. These groups gather them, submit them, and then receive money to purchase supplies of many types. If you are interested in finding out which products have these coupons, use this link to find out:  http://www.boxtops4education.com/earn/ participating-products

            Please place them into Suzie Mailman's or Carolyn Swanson's mailboxes when you bring them to church. 

 

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Live Nativity Dec 15th & 16th 2017

6pm to 8pm 

By Leslie Aton-Majors -Outreach

            The Live nativity will be December 15th and 16th from 6 to 8 PM. Christmas is the wonderful time of year because we are celebrating the birth of Jesus and telling the Christmas story to our neighbors please find it in your hearts to either give a donation or your time either is appreciated.

            To everyone who has donated it is greatly appreciated this is a team effort and it wouldn't be possible without all of you! Thank you!

            Please invite your friends, family, coworkers and neighbors


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2018 Children’s Christmas Program!           

Our annual children’s Christmas program will be held on Christmas Eve, December 24, at 6:30 p.m.  Sunday School children will present “Incredible Christmas” from Children’s Ministry.  In this program a mysterious figure known as the Looker-Outer is sent to call a girl named Kim to become a super hero. Although Kim is gifted with amazing powers, she finds it hard to believe an ordinary girl like herself can do anything great.  The Looker-Outer points Kim to the Christmas story and the story of Jesus over and over, showing her that she can do incredible things and teaching her about the incredible gift God gave us in Jesus.

All Sunday School children are invited to participate and will sing “Away In a Manger”, “Silent Night”, and “Go Tell It On the Mountain”.  The congregation will also be invited to sing several familiar hymns and participate in the candle lighting.  We hope to see everyone there!


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Education News

By Ruth Wietbrock, Education Director

We continue to collect donations for “Operation Smile” – a medical charity that provides free surgeries for children and young adults in developing countries who are born with cleft lip, cleft palate or other dental and facial conditions - for Sunday School Missions through December 2018.  With just $240 we can provide surgery for one child.  We have collected over $1000 so far and are excited to help provide new smiles for these children and young adults.  Thank you to all who have donated thus far!

The annual children’s Christmas Program will be held on Christmas Eve at 6:30 p.m.  We will present “Incredible Christmas” from Children’s Ministry.  We will see how a mysterious figure known as the Looker-Outer is sent to call a girl named Kim to become a super hero.  Although Kim is gifted with amazing powers, she finds it hard to believe an ordinary girl like herself can do anything great.  The Looker-Outer points Kim to the Christmas story and the story of Jesus over and over, showing her that she can do incredible things and teaching her about the incredible gift God gave us in Jesus.

All Sunday School children are invited to participate and will sing “Away In a Manger”, “Silent Night”, and “Go Tell It On the Mountain”.  The congregation will also be invited to sing several familiar hymns and participate in the candle lighting.  We hope to see everyone there!


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By Teri Smith

          The Mary-Martha Society will be hosting the annual Epiphany Dinner on Saturday, January 12, 2019 All adults of St. Mark are invited to attend this evening celebrating the end of the Christmas Season and the visit of the Magi to the Christ Child. 

            The evening begins with delicious appetizers in the church hallway at 6:30pm.  Dinner will be served at approximately 7:00pm.  Expect some interesting and fun things to happen during the evening and come to enjoy the fellowship of your friends at St. Mark.  The price for all this is only $6.00 per person. 

            Please speak with Teri Smith or any member of Mary-Martha if you have any questions.  If you have baby-sitting needs speak with Teri and we will work with you to make arrangements.  Look in the hallway and on the bulletin board during the next few weeks for sign-up sheets to go up. 

Mark your calendars today!

 



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Senior Ministry of St. Mark Lutheran Church

KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS 


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Rummage Sale

Mary-Martha Society

            We had a successful Rummage Sale People saw our announcement in Tucker Patch and on Craig's List, and some folks from St. Mark and our neighborhood came and shopped. 

            Mary-Martha would like to thank all of the people who helped set-up, pack-up, clean up and set-up for Sunday after the sale. 

            We sent the items that were left overs to Kidney Foundation. So many purposes were served by the Rummage Sale.  The Mary-Martha Society raised funds for the bulk of their projects for the year.  Finally, members of St. Mark had a place to get rid of things they no longer wanted

            We made more than $1100 on the sale Thanks for supporting the Mary-Martha Society of the LWML! 

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