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This Week in Worship

Thanksgiving

“My God will fully supply your every need…,”

 

Thanksgiving Services take place 7:00 PM, Wednesday, November 25th & 9:00 AM, Thursday, November 26th.

Philippians 4:10-20 will have worshippers thanking God for everything—but especially the precious people in their lives.

Services for the First Weekend of the New Church Year are 6:00 PM, Saturday, November 28th, and 7:30, 9:00, & 10:45 AM, Sunday, November 29th.

1 Peter 3:18-22 will serve as sermon text.  The passage will remind us not to be unprepared for Christ’s coming, like the unsuspecting generation at the time of the flood.  It will also note that it is actually our baptism that prepares us for everything the coming year will bring.

Communion Deacons will be installed into office after the sermon and before the prayers in all weekend services.

“…according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus.”

Church News & Updates

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Weekly Annoucements

View the current announcement slides here!

Vineyard

Worship Encouragement: November 2020

Comfort in Sickness & Sadness

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Worship Encouragement: October 2020

Comfort in Sickness & Sadness

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Worship Encouragement: September 2020

Comfort in Sickness & Sadness

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Dawn Patrol Bible Study

1st & 3rd Fridays at 6 AM

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Thursday Bible Class

Thursdays at 9 AM or 4 PM

About Our Church

Over 150 Years of History in Watertown

St. Mark's has served the Watertown community with the good news of Jesus Christ since 1854. While church looks a little different today, what matters hasn't changed. We remain rooted in God's Word and passionate about serving you.

The Message We Proclaim

The Problem

Every person's deepest problem is his or her sinfulness., in thought, word, and deed.

The Solution

Every person's greatest need is the removal of all sin through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

The Good News

God so loves the world that He gives this forgivenss to all, freely as a gift through His Son Jesus.

On-the-Go Encouragement

Visit our resource library to watch past sermons, daily video devotions and more.

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