St. Mark’s At Home

As of February 21, 2021, we are resuming in-person worship with limited capacity and the safety protocols we followed in the fall. Click “In-Person” below for guidelines.
Otherwise, join us online at 9:00 AM for The Current and 11:00 AM for the Traditional worship service, or stream at your convenience anytime at home.

Worship from
home with us

We are meeting again safely in-person, but as always, you can worship with us right here or on Facebook (you do not need a FB account).



February 21, Traditional Worship Service

the service will be posted at 11 AM

February 21, the current Worship Service

the service will be posted at 9 AM

Stay Connected

During this time, we want to make sure we stay connected. Follow us on social media and join the conversation.
Click the groups below to find ways to connect specifically for you.
Click here to find out what Mission work is still being done and how you can help.
Click here to review our reopening plan.

Are you in need of assistance? Our St. Mark’s family is ready to help! Are you able to help? Many hands make light work!
Please email or call the church office and leave a message and someone will get back with you.

Cornerstone Connections

Connect with your Cornerstone Family

Cornerstone youth will continue to connect.  Check the Cornerstone Calendar for links to join. Contact DKB if you have any questions or need help getting connected. 

Upcoming Events: Spring Retreat, Work Camp & Week of Hope


Join us for face-to-face Sunday School over Instagram Live.
Cornerstone’s Instagram Account is @stmarkscornerstoneyouth
Middle School (Instagram Live) – 10AM
High School (Instagram Live) – 10:30AM
Email Dkb, for more information.


Bible Study | 5 PM
February 24 – March 31

What Makes a Hero?  by Matt Rawle

Looking at pop culture heroes and others through the lens of faith, What Makes a HERO? shows how Jesus turned the concept of hero on its head. Heroes help us discern the good, fight for what’s right, define identity, execute justice, spark revolution, and save lives. In the Gospel story Jesus redefines being a hero and tells quite a different victory story—one obtained through humility, obedience to the cross, and an empty tomb. 


5-7 PM DKB@Starbucks Zoom Style This is just a time to check in with DKB, who will be online via Zoom from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Parents, students, volunteers, etc. are welcome to join any time during that window. Email DKB for the Zoom link.

Confirmation Class

Due to COVID-19, Confirmation Class will begin meeting March 21  after an orientation session for parents and students on March 14.  For further details and information, please contact Pastor Julia at


Adult Discipleship & Fellowship Connections 

Studies and Grow Groups Meeting Online

The following groups are meeting online as of February 2021. Email the contact listed to get the virtual meeting invitation.

Cutting Edge | Sunday 9:30 AM with Steve Click (

Foundations & Friendships | Sundays 9:30 AM with Doug Brown & John Flora (

Open Doors, Open Ideas | TBD

Journey | TBD

Reel Spirituality | Sundays at 11 AM with Lydia and Terry Fourman (

Venture | every other Sunday at 2 PM with Jean Douglass (

Sunday Evening and Weekday Studies

Sunday evening, Wednesday morning, Thursday morning, and Friday morning groups are all meeting either with online-only or hybrid (online with on-site in Room B/C) meetings. Go to the Adult Study group page to find out more. 

Parents Lenten Study meets Sundays, 1-2 PM 2/21-3/28

If you need to connect with a weeknight group not currently offered, email to express your interest.

Other Groups

Marksmen alternating Thursday mornings | Contact Pastor Brian White (

Grow Groups At least 4 of our Grow Groups (Beyond the Nest, Followers in Progress, Parents Helping Parents, Encouragement Group) are meeting online through the church.

Career Curve | Mondays 10 AM with Chuck and Jim (

UMW Click here to find out how the United Methodist Women are staying connected.

If you don’t see your group listed, please email We will be happy to help get your group set up!


Weekly inspiration is available

If your class plans to meet virtually but can’t access your usual content, St. Mark’s subscribes to The Wired Word, a weekly devotional that some class leaders and participants use for discussions and personal study. Topics are wide-ranging and directly relate scriptures to timely news stories. Recent topics have included generosity, corruption, neighborliness (Mr. Rogers and Sesame Street), televangelism, environmentalism, a woman texting her deceased father, Grateful Dead lyrics, the anniversary of Berlin Wall falling, and more. If you’d like to be added to the mailing list, please email Jennifer Cloud-Buckner. (

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