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March Newsletter - St. Mark`s Lutheran Church

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The Marks
God’s Work. Our Hands
From the Pastor
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Council News
Church Assessment Tool Reminder
125th Anniversary Celebration
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Worship
Dinner Church Service
Adult Choir and Hand Bell Rehearsals
Altar Flowers for March
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Hand Bells Refurbished
Conshohocken Ministerium Services and
Soup Schedule
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Easter Flowers Order Form
Schedule for Holy Week
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Holy Week Worship Assistants
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Cradles to Crayons
Souper Bowl Day - Thank You!
Homework Help Program
ELCA World Water Day
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“Down” We are Stewards of God’s Grace
CNC Collection Needs
Fair Trade Coffee
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Sunday Morning Classes
Bible Study for Lent
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Tuesday Morning Bible Study
Theology on Tap - March 12th
On the Bookshelf
Tweener’s Bible Study
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St. Patty’s Day Parade
Easter Egg Industry - Wrap Up
St. Mark’s Website
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Estate Planning Seminar
Electronic Giving
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Service
Faith Formation
Fellowship / Evangelism
Worship Assistants
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Church Calendar
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We have entered into the
season of Lent and with the
smudges from our ashen
crosses freshly adorning our
foreheads, we wander into
the wonder and mystery
that is the season of Lent.
As Christians this season is a time of
preparation (much like Advent) in preparing for
the Great Three Days of Maundy Thursday,
Good Friday and Easter. It’s a time when we
renew our sense of our faith and deepen our
walk with Jesus. Historically Lent was a time
of preparation for new members – in a
processes called Catechesis, over time it would
morph into what is now known as
Confirmation. And I am sure there are quite a
few confirmation students out there who
wished that the process was only 40 days long!
During this period of instructions for new
members, the candidates would undergo heavy
training on the basic foundations of our faith:
they would learn the stories and the history of
our faith; they would commit themselves to
acts of study and prayer; they would hear
God’s word in preaching among the
community; and they would commit
themselves to acts of service and love. It is
out of this historical preparation time that we
derive our sense of the season of Lent as a
time of preparation when we, too, learn afresh
and anew what it means to be called disciples
of Jesus Christ.
Here at St. Mark’s during this Lent, we will be
thinking on what it means to be baptized
Christians and how the promises of our baptism
are lived out in our daily life. Since water is a
central symbol in baptism we will also be
focusing over the weeks of Lent on our
stewardship of that natural resource. Each
Sunday our Stewardship team will be drawing
our attention to ways that we can help
conserve and preserve this natural resource.
Our children will also be raising our awareness
for how clean drinking water can help put an
end to global poverty by collecting change in
drinking wells – so be sure to help them with
your change to help change the world.
In addition to the things we will be doing in
worship at St. Mark’s – you may also wish to
pick up a devotional activity in the home that
helps deepen the faith connections for you at
home. One of the great resources I came
across this year was a resource that is available
from the ELCA hunger initiative called 40 Days
of “Wonderings”: A Family Discussion Guide
for Lent (available here). It has simple
questions that couples and families could
spend chatting about over breakfast, dinner, or
in the car on the way to events.
And if devotional activities are not your thing,
then remember the other parts of the
discipline of lent – fasting, prayer and giving
alms. Perhaps this Lent try fasting from those
things that are tempting to you or consider
trying a diet that would make you aware of
how we hunger and thirst for God. Try adding
prayer into your daily life with a devotional
book or saying prayers while you are driving to
and from work. Give alms and give an extra
gift to charity or organize a service project in
our local community. All of these are ways
that we live out our life as people marked with
the Cross of Christ – the cross that we receive
in baptism.
I wish you all a very blessed and holy Lent.
+Pastor
Christian Care Team
Please help take care of our members. If you know of someone having a baby,
coming home from surgery, or just needing a little TLC, please contact Karen
Hanna at [email protected] or 610.238.0401.
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Council News
Council Corner Article
Over the coming weeks our congregation is participating in a congregational interest survey. An
email went out to those on our mailing lists with a link to an online version of the survey and
paper copies are available in the church office for those who wish to utilize a paper copy.
The survey will be available to complete until March 15th but filling it out sooner rather than
later is helpful.
The information we gather from this survey will help church leadership begin to shape our
ministry over the next few years. It will give us directions and guidance on where to continue
the good energy that is building here in the congregation.
The results of the survey will be interpreted by Karios Consulting group and shared with our
leadership teams sometime later this month. This survey is being conducted as part of a wider
Synodical survey as the Synod plans for its future ministry together as well. St. Mark’s was
identified as one of the first 40 congregations in the Synod to
take the survey because of its unique ministry context as a
congregation that is beginning to thrive and reach out to
new people.
We hope to share the results of this survey with all of you in
the coming months as we are eager to see how it might
inform our next steps in ministry together.
125th Anniversary Celebration for St. Marks
We will be having a brunch on Sunday, 19 April 2015, to celebrate the
125th Anniversary of St. Mark's following the 9:30 am service. Look for
sign-up sheets in the McCarney Room for anyone who would like to bring
food for this event. We will have special guests and music to
commemorate our 125th Anniversary as well as displays showing what
work we have done as a congregation in the past and what we would
like to do in the future. This is special time to celebrate, and I hope you all will join us!
Terry Spence
Anniversary Committee chair
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Worship
How we worship God together at St. Mark’s
Join us for Dinner Church Thursdays @ 6:30pm
Dinner Church is held each Thursday evening at 6:30 PM in the
lower level of St. Mark’s. A very casual meal of soup and/or salad is
shared by those attending, along with a study of Scripture and Holy
Communion is celebrated also. We have a regular attendance of
about 15 people each week. Won’t you come out and join us?
Would you be willing to help with this important ministry of
St. Mark’s? We are in need of congregation members to make soup
for the Thursday evening meal. You may prepare the soup at home,
freeze it in plastic bags and bring it to church anytime to be stored in
our freezer (in the Easter Egg room), to be used as needed. Others
can then heat the soup in time for Dinner Church. There is a sign up
sheet in the McCarthy Room or you can email or phone the church
office of your willingness to help with this all-important ministry of St. Mark’s.
Adult Choir and Hand Bell Rehearsals
In preparation of Easter Sunday, April 5th, both of the Choirs will begin their
practicing. On Sunday mornings at 10:30am for
the Adult Choir starting today, March 1st and on
Thursday evenings at 7:30pm for the Hand Bell
Choir starting February 26th. All are welcome to
come out and make a joyful noise unto our Lord.
Altar Flowers for March
3/1 - Ann Beatty, In Loving Memory of her brother, William Charles Holdsworth
3/8 - Joan and Anthony Metz in Loving Memory of grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Elmer C. Metz, Sr.
3/15 - Open - please contact the church office if interested in sponsorship.
3/22 - In Loving Memory of the Shaw, Bates and Claffey Families by Luella Claffey
3/29 - Nancy Saldutti - For Blessings Received.
Palms for Palm Sunday - Donald & Jeanette Nazaryk - To the Glory of God
and For Blessings Received.
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Worship
Worship and Music
The cost of the refurbishment of the 3 octave handbells (37
bells) by Schulmerich Bells at a cost of $3,900 dollars at St.
Mark's was approved by the Memorial Funds Committee and
Church Council.
These funds were made available through the generous gifts of
Pam Keebler for her husband Bill and the memorial funds from
Bob Donovan, Jo Popowicz' father and Florence Faust.
A heartfelt 'THANK YOU' to Pam, Jo and Florence for their generous gifts and to the Memorial
Funds Committee and Church Council for enabling this much needed bell refurbishment possible.
I delivered the bells to Schulmerich in Hatfield, Pa. on Monday, January 5th where they were
transported by Schulmerich to Bell Haven (the Independent Schulmerich Authorized
Refurbishment Center) in Chester, South Carolina where each of the thirty seven bells was given
a complete makeover. All of the parts of each handbell were replaced; the castings (the bell
itself) polished and revoiced.
This refurbishment process took four weeks to complete. I picked the bells up at Schulmerich in
Hatfield, Pa. on Wednesday, February 11th. They look like brand new handbells — beautiful!
Again, I sincerely thank everyone who made this refurbishment possible.
In God's Service,
Bob Fidler - Organist and Hand Bell Director
The Conshohocken Ministerium
Noonday Services & Soup Fellowship
To Be Held at 12:00 Noon
The Gulf United Church of Christ
100 Matsonford Road West Conshohocken, PA 19428
The Reverend Mary Lake-Dillensnyder, Host Pastor
Wednesday, March 4th - Father Stephen Price of The Calvary Episcopal Church
Wednesday, March 11th - Pastor Allen Lindsay of Mary’s Chapel, Warwick, PA
Wednesday, March 18th - Pastor Mary Lake-Dillensnyder of Gulph United Church of Christ
Wednesday, March 25th - Pastor Bryan Penman of The St Mark’s Lutheran Church
Hot Homemade Soup, Bread & Beverage
will be served following our Services
Everyone Is Welcome!
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Worship
Easter Flowers
Order Form
Easter
Flowers
$9.00 per plant
Qty
Lily
_____
ORDERS MUST BE PLACED BY
Sunday, March 15th
Plants may be picked up following the service
on Easter Sunday Service
GIVE PLANT TO SHUT-IN___
I WILL TAKE MY PLANT_____
WORDING___________________________________________
Tulip
_____
___________________________________________________
NAME______________________________________________
Daffodil
_____
TOTAL #
_____
PHONE_________________
Make check payable to St. Mark’s Lutheran Church. You can place
them in the offering plate or call the office at 610.828.0581 to place
your order.
Schedule for Holy Week
Sunday
March 29th
Reading of
the Passion
9:30am
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Thursday
April 2nd
Dinner Church and
Stripping of
the Altar
6:30pm
Friday
April 3rd
Good Friday
7:00pm
Sunday
April 5th
Easter Sunday
9:30am
Worship
Worship Assistants for Holy Week
March 29th
April 3rd
April 5th
Palm Sunday
Good Friday
Easter Sunday
Assisting
Minister
Erin
Fazzari
Kim
Kriebel
Kathy
Pokalo
Communion
Assistant
Joe
Dryburgh
Reader
Kim
Kriebel
Passion
Readers
Karl Schreiter
Mike Sloan
Kathy Pokalo
Holy Week
Mike
Sloan
Joanne
Copestick
Don
Dunn
Ushers
Math Hoffman
and
Nate Ramsden
Pam
Keebler
Pam Keebler
and
Erin Orekar
Acolyte
Ana
Smith
Garrett
Kriebel
Theodora
Morley
Nursery
The Ramsden
Family
Altar
Guild
Jennifer & Nate
Ramsden
Counters
Joan Holohan
and
Luella Claffey
Offering
Recorder
Jennifer
Schreiter
Matt
Fiore
Susan & Joe
Dryburgh
Susan & Joe
Dryburgh
Ann Beatty
and
Rhea Moore
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Service
All the ways we serve God with our hands, our feet and our treasures
GOD’S WORK - OUR HANDS OPPORTUNITIES
We are heading back to Cradles to Crayons on Tuesday, March 10th at
6pm. Also, we are collecting items of need: Boys - Winter bottoms sizes, 5/6-14/16, Boys and Girls - Winter Coats - sizes, newborn to
14/16, Girls - Winter tops and bottoms - sizes, newborn-14/16, Boys
and Girls - Sneakers, Winter Boots - all sizes up to Adult size 9 Boys and
Girls - Winter tops and bottoms - sizes, 12-24 months, New - 1" Binders. Be sure to see the
sign-up board in the back of the sanctuary.
February 1st – Souper Bowl Sunday
Sunday, February 1st was St. Mark’s Souper Bowl day and what a day it
was. We collected over 100 cans of soup. Thank you to everyone who
brought them in and to Pam’s son, Scott for helping to deliver them to
CNC.
CNC Collection Needs
Colonial Neighborhood Council is in need of Paper Towels and Toilet
Paper. You can leave your donations in the baskets in the rear of the
sanctuary.
ELCA World Water Day
It all begins with a water project that impacts lives and unlocks potential.
But you know life is not always that simple. Wells break down. And
because serving people matters more than well points on a map, our most
worthy investments will result in reliable water access over time to those
who live where it is not always accessible. During the Lenten season, we
will be collecting coins for much needed, life changing project that will be
celebrated on March 22, 2015.
Homework Help Program
Wednesday evenings 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at the Conshohocken Free
Library. We are in need of volunteers to sit with children and help them
do their homework or read with them. If you can help, there is a sign-up
sheet in the back of the church or just go to the library.
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Service
“Down” We are Stewards of God’s Grace
Our focus of stewardship over the last year has taken the shape of “down,
in and out” as we respond to God’s love and grace as it comes “down” to
us, how we share it “in” our congregation with time, talents and treasures
and how we share God’s grace “out” in the world with our neighbors and
our world in need.
Over the weeks of Lent the Stewardship team will be helping us to focus
on our gift that comes “down” to us in creation--that is, the gift of water.
Over the weeks of Lent we will be exploring through a series of “Offering
Moments” how we are stewards of this precious resource.
Over the course of these weeks we will be exploring how clean drinking water affects global
poverty, how we can be better stewards of water in our homes, how we can conserve water in our
yards and outside our homes. We will explore what kind of “water foot print” we have and how
we might better care for the water resources in our own backyard--the Schuylkill and Delaware
Rivers.
Thank you Thank you for your recent gift of $221.95 for the sheep (ELCA Barnyard
collection) and $70.00 for ELCA World Hunger to support the mission and ministry
of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America through ELCA Good Gifts.
With your help, the ELCA is sharing the gospel, starting new congregations, preparing leaders,
working to overcome malaria, fighting hunger and so much more. Your gifts are truly
transforming lives.
Together, we do more than we ever could alone. With our hands, we do God’s work of restoring
and reconciling communities in Jesus Christ’s name throughout the world. Thank you for your
partnership. And thanks, again, for your generous support. It is deeply appreciated.
Christina Jackson-Skelton
Executive Director, Mission Advancement
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Fair Trade Coffee
St. Mark’s serves Fair Trade coffee in support of the LWR Coffee Project.
Through the LWR Coffee Project, a partnership between Lutheran World Relief
and Equal Exchange, Lutherans can enjoy delicious fairly traded products while
supporting small-scale farmers across the world. Farmers earn a fair price for
their crops, have access to affordable credit, and can invest in education, health
care and sustainable agriculture, building a better future for their families.
Fair Trade coffee and candy bars will be made available for purchase during the
fellowship hour following the Sunday service. Purchase of these products raises money to support
the mission of St. Mark’s. Payment can be given to Donna Kobi. Please put your cash or check in
an envelope marked with your name and “Fair Trade.”
Additional products are listed at lwrcoffee.com. If you want to order items that are not available
at church, please contact Susan Dryburgh at [email protected] Orders are due April 12
with delivery expected on April 19.
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Faith Formation
How we form disciples at St. Mark’s
Sunday Morning Classes
Looking for ways to deepen your Lenten walk? Why not give
our Sunday morning Faith Formation activities a try!
We offer two ways to form faith – an Adult Forum Class and a Family Class. Our Adult forum
class meets in the library and our Family Class meets upstairs in our Parish Hall. Each of the
classes dives deeper into the texts we read during worship and features age appropriate discussions
and activities for all. Each class starts around 8:30am and everyone is welcome to drop into the
family class at any point.
It’s a great way to deepen your faith walk during Lent!!
Bible Study for Lent
During Lent, Pastor Bryan will be leading a study of Barbara Brown Taylor’s book, “Speaking of
Sin: the Lost Language of Salvation.” We will meet on Tuesday evenings March 17th, 24th and 31st
at 7:30pm to discuss this book. A sign-up sheet to order books for the study is located in the
McCarney Room.
Barbara Brown Taylor is one of the foremost Christian Scholars in our world today and has
written extensively on faith and life. She is the Butman Professor of Religion at Piedmont College
in rural northeast Georgia. An Episcopal priest since 1984, she is the author of 13 books,
including New York Times best sellers Learning to Walk in the Dark (which was featured on
Oprah’s Book Club) and An Altar in the World.
In “Speaking of Sin” Barbara Brown Taylor brings her fresh perspective to a cluster of words
that often cause us discomfort and have widely fallen into neglect: sin,
damnation, repentance, penance and salvation. She asks, “Why, then,
should we speak of sin anymore? The only reason I can think of is
because we believe that God means to redeem the world through us.”
Contrary to the prevailing view, Taylor calls sin “a helpful, hopeful
word.” Naming our sins, she contends, enables us to move from “guilt
to grace.” In recovering this “lost language of salvation” in our worship
and in the fabric of our individual lives, we have an opportunity to “take
part in the divine work of redemption.”
So join us as we redefine and rediscover the powerful ways our God
redeems our sin.
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Faith Formation
How we form disciples at St. Mark’s
Tuesday Morning Bible Study
Join Pastor on Tuesday mornings for a bible study at 10:30am. We gather
each Tuesday to study more about the stories of scripture and how those
stories are reflected in our lives. It’s a time of laughter, fun and learning.
So if your schedule allows, make plans to join us on Tuesday mornings for an
hour of bible study.
Theology on Tap — March 12th
We will gather at the American Pub on Thursday March 12th for an evening of theological
conversation around the topic of the Cross. What happened on the cross, what exactly was Jesus
doing on the cross? Together we will explore our images and understandings of the cross and how
we, as Christians, are formed by this symbol both practically and theologically.
On the Bookshelf
The featured book for March from St. Mark’s library is Killing Jesus: A History
by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard. The authors have written a detailed
account of the historical and political events that led to the crucifixion of
Jesus. The book contains maps and illustrations to enhance the reader’s
knowledge. Be sure to check it out!
Tweener’s Bible Study
Tweener’s bible study will resume on April 14th and go every other Tuesday through the end of
June. When we pick back up we will be exploring the idea of a little Adult Catechesis – or a
refresher course on Confirmation topics. We will be exploring the basic tenets of our faith:
scripture, the creeds, the 10 commandments and the role of sacraments. Some of the material
for this class will come from the Small Catechism and some from Luther’s larger works the Large
Catechism. So join us as we explore some of the finer points of our Christian faith and have all
your Lutheran questions you were too afraid to ask in Confirmation finally answered!
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Fellowship and Evangelism
St. Patty’s Day Parade
Mark your calendars for Saturday March 14th for the annual
Conshohocken St. Patty’s Day Parade. Last year we had a very
engaging day with the community by being present at this
event. The evangelism team is looking to do this again this
year and needs your help. We are looking for volunteers to man the St. Mark’s
table along the parade route. We will be handing out free goodies of some sort
and just saying hello to our neighbors. Please call or email Joe Ruggiero if you
would be able to spend some time with us that day [email protected]
or 610 999 8509. More details to come as the event gets closer.
Easter Egg Industry - The Tradition Continues
The annual St. Mark’s Easter Egg Industry will be coming to and for the 97th time!
The final orders are due, Sunday March 1st but there is still much to do since the
final ‘planned’ production week is March 15th to finish filling those final orders,
cleaning the equipment and packing them away for another year.
So, if you still can, come on out and help continue this long standing tradition here
at St. Mark’s.
Monday (fondant making) and Wednesday (chocolate coating) nights starting at
6:30PM with packing the eggs on Friday mornings at 10:00am.
The Easter Egg banquet is scheduled for Wednesday,
April 15th, so mark your calendar and more details
will follow.
Any questions, please contact either Debbie
Rodenbaugh at 610.825.4341 or Joanne Popowicz at
610.639.2011.
St. Mark’s Website
Be sure to check out the St. Mark’s (stmarksconshy.org) to see the latest in church
news and activities. Announcements are updated weekly. Also included are the
Pastor’s weekly sermons.
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Fellowship and Evangelism
Estate Planning Seminar to be held
Sunday, March 22 at 10:45 AM
As Christians, we are called to be good stewards of all that God has given us.
Making provisions for the orderly disposition of our estates is good stewardship of
the gifts God has given us during our lifetimes and gives us opportunity to provide
for family and loved ones and leave charitable gifts so that God’s work can
continue even after our deaths.
There are many reasons for not having a will, such as “I haven’t gotten around to
it.”, “I do not have a large enough estate to need a will.”, or “I have plenty of
time to have a will written.” The fact is that we do not know when death or
incapacity will occur.
A will assures one that his or her estate, no matter how large or small, will be
distributed as he or she intends. It can also provide for charitable gift giving and
for naming guardians for minor children if they lose both parents. Medical
directives make provisions for your wishes for health care to be carried out if you
are unable to speak for yourself.
James Hollinger, Esquire, a highly-regarded estate attorney in the state of
Pennsylvania (James’s practice is located in Norristown), will be leading a seminar
to inform you about wills and their importance, the advantages of having Powers
of Attorney and medical directives, how charitable gift-giving can be accomplished
through a will and other topics related to planning for your will. He will also leave
time to answer any questions you may have.
You are cordially invited and encouraged to attend this all-important seminar. It
will be held in the church sanctuary immediately after Sunday service on March
22nd. This is an opportunity to put into practice, good stewardship of the gifts
God has given you.
Electronic Giving
Did you know you can sign up to have your regular giving electronically transferred
to the church? Sign up forms can be found in the back of the sanctuary. St. Mark’s
uses a program called “Simply Giving” to run our electronic giving - all you need is
a blank check (VOIDED) and information from you about how much and how
frequently to set up the transfer. For more information see Pastor or a member of
the Stewardship team.
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March
1st
8th
15th
22nd
29th
Assisting
Minister
Theodora
Morley
Joe
Jacovino
Kathy
Pokalo
Mike
Sloan
Erin
Fazzari
Communion
Assistant
Lauren
Parkin
Karen
Hanna
Joanne
Copestick
LJ
Kriebel
Joe
Dryburgh
Reader
Adrian
Semrau
Jennifer
Jones
Karen
Hanna
Susan
Dryburgh
Kim
Kriebel
Ushers
Karen Hanna
and
Pam Keebler
Terry Spence
and
Joanne Copestick
Theodora Morley
and
Matt Fiore
Sandy Portzer
and
Bill Portzer
Matt Hoffman
and
Nate Ramsden
Acolyte
Ana
Smith
Joanne
Popowicz
Garrett
Kriebel
Joe
Dryburgh
Ana
Smith
Nursery
The
Kriebel
Family
The
Hoffman
Family
The
Ruggiero
Family
The
Yakeley
Family
The
Ramsden
Family
Altar
Guild
Jennifer & Nate
Ramsden
Jennifer & Karl
Schreiter
Jennifer & Nate
Ramsden
Counters
Luella Claffey
and
LJ Kriebel
Ann Beatty
and
Lara Hoffman
Nancy Saldutti
and
Matt Fiore
Susan Dryburgh
and
Pam Keebler
Joan Holohan
and
Luella Claffey
Offering
Recorder
Pam
Keebler
Kathy
Pokalo
Nate
Ramsden
Jeanette
Nazaryk
Jennifer
Schreiter
Fellowship
Hour
Donna
Kobi
The Schreiter
Family
Open
The Nuffer
Family
Open
Joanne Copestick Stephanie Conklin
and
and
Sandy Portzer
Lara Hoffman
If you are unable to serve on the date given, please notify the office who is replacing you as
soon as possible. Thank you! A current phone/email list can be obtained through the office.
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March 2015
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8:30am Faith Formation
9:30am Worship Service
10:30am Fellowship Hour
10:30am Adult Choir
Rehearsal
6:30pm EEI - Fondant
7:00pm Boy Scouts
.
7:00pm Worship &
Music Mtg
7:30pm Cub Scouts
12:00pm Service &
Soup Conshohocken
Ministerium
5:30pm Homework
Help/Tutoring
6:30pm EEI Coating
7:00pm Yoga
7:00pm Venture
6:30pm Dinner
Church Service
7:30pm Hand Bell
Rehearsal
10:00am EEI
Packing
6:30pm AA/
Al-Anon
1:00pm
MCYO
7:00pm AA
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9
10
11
12
13
14
6:00Cradles to
Crayons
6:30pm EEI Fondant
7:00pm Boy Scouts
10:30am Pastor’s
Bible Study
7:00pm Worship
and Music Mtg
7:00pm Girl Scouts
7:30pm Cub Scouts
12:00pm Service &
Soup Conshohocken
Ministerium
5:30pm Homework
Help/Tutoring
6:30pm EEI Coating
7:00pm Stewardship
Mtg
7:00pm Yoga
6:30pm Dinner
Church Service
7:30pm Theology
On Tap
7:30pm Hand Bell
Rehearsal
10:00am EEI
Packing
6:30pm AA/
Al-Anon
Conshy
St. Patty’s
Day Parade
1:00pm
MCYO
7:00 AA
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17
18
19
20
21
10:30am Pastor’s
Bible Study
7:30pm Cub Scouts
7:30pm Bible Study
12:00pm Service &
Soup Conshohocken
Ministerium
5:30pm Homework
Help/Tutoring
6:30pm EEI Coating
7:00pm Yoga
7:00pm Ventura
Group
6:30pm Dinner
Church Service
7:30pm Hand Bell
Rehearsal
10:00am EEI
Packing
6:30pm AA/
Al-Anon
1:00pm
MCYO
5:00pm Cub
Scout Blue
Gold Bnqt
7:00 AA
DAY LIGHT’S
SAVINGS TIME
REMEMBER TO
SPRING FORWARD
8:30am Faith Formation
9:30am Worship Service
10:30am Fellowship Hour
10:30am Adult Choir
Rehearsal
10:45am Church Council
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8:30am Faith Formation
9:30am Worship Service
10:30am Fellowship Hour
10:30am Adult Choir
Rehearsal
Deadline for
News Articles
for the Marks
6:30pm EEI Fondant
7:00pm Boy Scouts
7:00pm Social
Ministry Mtg
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8:30am Faith Formation
9:30am Worship Service
10:30am Fellowship Hour
10:30am Adult Choir
Rehearsal
10:45am Estate Planning
Seminar
7:00pm Boy Scouts
10:30am Pastor’s
Bible Study
7:00pm Girl Scout
7:30pm Cub Scouts
7:30pm Bible Study
12:00pm Service &
Soup Conshohocken
Ministerium
5:30pm Homework
Help/Tutoring
7:00pm Yoga
6:30pm Dinner
Church Service
7:30pm Hand Bell
Rehearsal
6:30pm AA/
Al-Anon
1:00pm
MCYO
7:00AA
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8:30am Faith Formation
9:30am Worship Service
10:30am Fellowship Hour
10:30am Adult Choir
Rehearsal
7:00pm Boy Scouts
10:30am Pastor’s
Bible Study
7:30pm Cub Scouts
7:30pm Bible Study
CNC - Meals on Wheels 6am - 11am Monday - Friday
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St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
508 Harry St
Conshohocken, PA 19428
Phone: 610-828-0581
www.stmarksconshy.org
Our Vision: St. Mark’s seeks to spread God’s Word among ourselves and
in the greater Conshohocken community.
Our Mission We will equip our members with biblical knowledge and spiritual
growth through worship, education and fellowship, in order to share our faith in
Christ through our words, hospitality and deeds of service in the community.
March 2015
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