On April 18, 1971, 110 people attended our first Easter Breakfast. We still hold on to this time-honored tradition.
On January 21, 1980, construction on our fellowship hall and church offices began.
On October 9, 1988 we completed renovations to beautify our santuary and dedicated our cross of nails to the glory of God. Made by an artist in Florida, the cross is made of hundreds of nails that would be similar to the ones that were used to nail Jesus' hands and feet to the cross. It is a very moving visual reminder of the sacrifice our savior made for us when he died on the cross for our sins.
In 2005, we celebrated our 40th anniverary, and we look forward to celebrating our 50th anniversary in 2015! In the past several years, St. Mark has grown and changed. We are proud to be A DIVERSE CHURCH SERVING A DIVERSE COMMUNITY:
In addition to St. Mark's English service, we have two other church bodies worshipping under our roof:
The Wengelawit Eritrean Ministry, led by the Rev. Hiruy Gebremichael:
Chin Community Baptist Church: Pastor Biak leads the newest worshiping community to share our facilities…the Chin Community Baptist Church. Services are
At St. Mark our hope for the