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Four Words the Church Should Stop Using
Four Words the Church Should Stop UsingI’ve read hundreds of lists about words to stop using. Usually, they are words that are newly determined to be hurtful. This is NOT one of those lists. I wouldn’t suggest “banning” these words. I’m simply suggesting that we stop using them because they are no longer useful, in fact, they’re counterproductive. You see, up […]Find out more »
What is Lent?
What is Lent?Lent is a season of the Christian year which begins on Ash Wednesday every year and lasts through Easter. The season is 40 days long to commemorate Jesus’ 40 days in the desert prior to the beginning of His public ministry. If you count the days, you may notice there are more than 40 days. […]Find out more »
Child Care Ministry
Our child care is available for families with children from age 6 weeks through 4th grade. We are open from 6:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
As children reach preschool age, they may be enrolled at St. Mark’s and attend during their scheduled times. Elementary age students can be enrolled in before and/or after school care. We also offer an Elementary Day camp that includes field trips, games, crafts and nature time.
St. Mark’s Preschool
Preschool meets from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with optional class days and age groups. Children participate in Chapel at least once a week in the sanctuary.
Our classrooms average 12-14 children per room, and the program is lead by the director and staff to ensure lessons are age appropriate and topically consistent in each classroom.