March 2015.pub - St. Mark`s United Methodist Church

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MISSION: To share the love of Jesus with and through the people of Talbot County and beyond.
ST. MARK’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 100 PEACHBLOSSOM ROAD, EASTON, MD 21601
MARCH 2015
From Our Pastor
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MARCH
Inside this issue:
Easter Week Events
Although Lent has already begun, I wanted to share once
again the importance and meaning behind this liturgical
season. Lent is the Christian season of preparation before
Easter. In Western Christianity, Ash Wednesday marks the
first day, or the start of the season of Lent, which begins 40
days prior to Easter (Sundays are not included in the count).
Lent is a time when many Christians prepare for Easter by
observing a period of fasting, repentance, moderation and
spiritual discipline. We sometimes “give up” something so that we can spend
that time with God. Some folks give up TV, Facebook, or particular foods that
they enjoy as a sacrifice. Others like to “take up” something during Lent such
as a spiritual discipline they’ve never practiced before like journaling or
meditating on Scripture each day. You might want to pick up one of the Upper
Room devotionals in the Gathering area or check out one online. The purpose
is to set aside time for reflection on Jesus Christ - his suffer ing and his
sacrifice, his life, death, burial and resurrection.
Not all Christian churches observe Lent. Lent is mostly observed by the
Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian and Anglican denominations, and also by
Roman Catholics. Eastern Orthodox churches observe Lent, or Great Lent,
during the 6 weeks or 40 days preceding Palm Sunday with fasting continuing
during the Holy Week of Orthodox Easter. Lent for Eastern Orthodox churches
begins on Monday (called Clean Monday), and Ash Wednesday is not
observed.
The Bible does not mention the custom of Lent; however, the practice of
repentance and mourning in ashes is found in 2 Samuel 13:19, Esther 4:1, Job
2:8, Daniel 9:3, and Matthew 11:21. May we spend this Lenten season focused
on Christ and learn from his words on how to live and love as his followers.
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Our New Bells
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Mission News
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UMW, UMM
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Calendar
Dear St. Mark’s Family,
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Blessings to you and yours,
Pastor Missy
TheVisionofSt.Mark’sUnitedMethodistChurchisto
inspirepeopleofallages,throughactsofloveand
service,toknowJesusChrist.
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Easter Events at St. Mark’s UMC
All are welcome to come and worship with us!
24 Hour Prayer Vigil in the Chapel
Begins Wednesday, April 1 at 5:00 P.M.
and concludes Thursday, April 2 at 5:00 P.M.
Maundy Thursday, April 2
A commemoration of Jesus’ Last Supper with his disciples
6:00 P.M. Soup and Bread meal in Fellowship Hall prepared
by the United Methodist Women
7:15 P.M. Holy Communion in Sanctuary
Good Friday, April 3
Special Tenebrae Service with music & drama, 7:00P.M. in Sanctuary
Easter, April 5
Sunrise Easter Service in St. Mark’s Chapel 7:00 A.M.
Breakfast following the Sunrise Service in Fellowship Hall
prepared by the United Methodist Men 7:30 A.M. – 10:00 A.M.
Worship Service Celebration of the Resurrection
8:15, 9:30 and 11:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9:30 A.M.
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THEEASTEREXPERIENCE
Join us for a unique study, “The Easter
Experience,” which brings the passion and
resurrection of Jesus to life through storytelling
and teaching. During this study we will feel ….
meet …. enter the last few hours of Jesus’ natural
life as well as the first hours of His resurrected
life. Come to the Upper Room, walk beside him in
Gethsemane, stand near him in Pilate’s courtyard,
weep alongside his followers at Golgotha, and
celebrate the empty tomb.
The classes will be held on Wednesday nights beginning February 25th and ending
on April 1st, from 6:30-7:45 p.m. in the Chapel. Come and experience Easter as you
never have before!
Pastor Missy
Please note: This “Experience” will be our weekly meditation during
Lent in lieu of Wednesday morning communion.
Calling all dancers! We will begin practices for the Easter Sunday dance on
Tuesday, March 3 at 6:00pm in the gathering area. See you then!
SAVE THE DATES!
JUNE 14-19, 2015
We’re going on a mission trip! Spend a week of
your summer immersed in helping others and
serving the Lord right here in Maryland.
Limited availability! Contact Pastor Missy or
Victoria Sydnor for more information.
[email protected]
410-463-4711
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Church Family News
PRAISES AND THANKSGIVING
- LET US PRAY Bob & Judy Lawrence on their 50th wedding
ATRIA SENIOR LIVING Harry Jordan
anniversary, March 20.
Gene & Ann Butler on their 63r d wedding anniversar y, CANDLELIGHT COVE Fr an Saper stein
March 23.
HEARTFIELDS Sar a Baynar d, Dee Moll
We would like to say thank you to our church family for
HOMESTEAD MANOR Paul Lister
their many expressions of sympathy during the loss of
Harry’s father on January 23. The cards, phone calls and
WILLIAM HILL GARDENS
kind words spoken to us in church have meant so much to
Elva Eareckson, Dot Jefferson
all of us. Dad was 90 years old with several medical
conditions that wouldn’t enable his health to improve. He THE PINES GENESIS ELDERCARE
had accepted God’s calling to “come home” and he was
NETWORK Anita Fisher, Doris Massey
ready to be with his Lord and Savior. Even though we all
miss him, it has brought us closer to God. We are at peace LAKESIDE David Stavely
knowing that Dad is in his heavenly home. Thank you for
CORSICA HILL’S NURSING HOME Jo Her r on
your thoughts, prayers and concerns at this time. Love,
Harry & Janice Nagel and Family.
AT HOME (Easton unless noted)
Eric Jorgensen
We received thank you notes from the following residents Helen Witt
of St. Mark’s Village for their Thanksgiving and Christmas Dee Appler
food baskets: Libby Stinton, Alice & Ken Shearer, Anne Ruby Carter
Tisher, Lois Haddaway, Dottie, Barbara McDonald,
Jan Middleton
Elizabeth Gay.
Shirley S. Walker
Dear All at St. Mark’s, On behalf of the entire Mid-Shore
OUT OF STATE
Community Band, we would like to thank you for your
Cardia Rehabilitation Pike Creek
generous contribution to our organization. We have
Susan Horning
enjoyed working with you and are so grateful for your
continued support. With many thanks, Kim Hatt, MSCB
Mort Reed, Savannah, GA
Board Member and Flute Player.
SERVING IN THE MILITARY
Thank you to all who have done some early springSgt. Harold S. Brice, USMC
cleaning and donated their unwanted shoes to the collection LCPL Nicholas G. White
box outside the gathering area. We have already filled the PFC Sarah Jane Royer
box once and started on a second round. The box will be
available until April and we hope to gather enough shoes to OUR GLOBAL MISSIONS
raise money for several new wells to be dug in developing Paul Lee Webster, Zambia & Mujila Falls Ag Center
Bob & Jacque Harper, Pioneer Bible Translators
countries. A simple well can mean better health and an
easier life where the need is great, and our shoes can help! Quiggs Aviation Ministry
Africa University, Zimbabwe
Fran Gosser on behalf of the UMW
African leadership resources, Rev. Labala
Dear St. Mark’s Family, It has been a wonderful 5+ years Mulungwishi Seminary scholarship
as your Program Administrator, and it is now time for me Lifetime Wells for Ghana, Kenny Wood
to retire. Thank you all for your generous support, and I
Six Special U.M. Sundays
look forward to seeing each of you in church on Sundays.
Judy Lawrence
Note: We have eliminated the addresses of our church
family so that we can post The Markings on our
church website with this page intact. We cannot show
addresses on the website as it is a public domain.
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At Last We Can Hear the Bells
Afteralongandarduousrepairandplacementprocess,ourbellsarenowringingmanuallyas
wellastheenhancementofasystemwithastationarystrikerunitandacontrolpaneldesigned
tosimulatetheringofswingingbellsinastationaryposition.Ifyouarenotlookingatthebells,
youwouldthinktheywereactuallyswinging.Thesystemwasdesignedtoeliminatethestress
onthetowercausedbyswingingbellswithoutsacriicingthegreatswingingbellsound.
ThisStationaryStrikerSystemwillproduceaWeddingPeal,FuneralTollerforfuneralobservances—awirelessremotetoringthebellsforweddings,funeralsandhourstrikes.
AnadditionalenhancementofaDigitalElectronicCarillonsystemisa64bellsystem.The
soundingsproducedaredigitalsamplingofrealbells.ThesystemhasbeenaddedtotheStationaryController.
TheApolloIIunitoffersamicrochip-designedsystemwithcapacitytoholdover127melodies
andcanbeprogrammedtoringatsettimesofthedayorholidayseason.TheApolloIICarillon
isdesignedtocouplewithanexternalampliierthatisconnectedtotowerspeakers.
Thissystemissettohaveseasonalhymns,ChristmasandEaster,andatnormaltimessetupto
playhymnsatcertaintimeseachday.WealsohavetheoptionofaWestminsterChimeandhour
strike.Inaddition,thechurchwillbeabletoplayitsownsetofhymnswiththeminikeyboard
included.
Noneofthiscouldhavebeenaccomplishedwithoutthegenerousdonationsofourcongregation
(forrepairs)andJoeandMargaretRue(forEnhancements).
TheTrustees,theAdministrativeBoardandIthankeveryonefortheirgeneroushelpandtoBill
Guntherforhispatience.
JimDenny,Facilitator
The Art of Marriage
A Six-Session Video Event Sponsored by Family Life
March 20 (7-9:30pm) & March 21 (9am-4pm)
@The Milestone, Easton
$50.00 per couple (payable in advance)
Registration Forms with additional information
can be found in the Gathering Area
Deadline to register: March 17, 2015
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MUSICMINISTRY
To the St. Mark’s Congregation:
The music program of St. Mark’s has been a part
of my life. I feel like I have “come home for a reason now”. I would like to welcome our new soprano—Linda Spano. I also am glad that Ellen
Grunden and Mark Higginbottom have re-joined
the Chancel Choir. I am so glad to have such a
wonderful group of people to work with. I remember when Bill Wharton started at St. Mark’s. We
are lucky to have his talents at the organ.
(Actually we also have Debbie and Mark who can
step from the choir to the organ and help with rehearsals.) I am proud of how the Chancel and Jubilee choirs are dedicated to doing their best to
“send the message to those who need it through
music.” We have wonderful voices and dedication
in the choirs.
When asked to direct the Chancel and Jubilee
choirs until someone is hired, I hesitated for a moment and then said “YES!”...and if you have heard
our choirs since then and have seen me in action,
you know what the result has been. I feel blessed
to be a part of it. It has also done something major
for me...I can laugh again and enjoy what I love to
do for the 7pm Thursday night Chancel rehearsals
in the downstairs choir room, and the last two Sundays of the month practices for the Jubilee Choir
rehearsals at 7:30am in the Chapel.
I met with Pastor Missy to help the choir anthems
support her sermon topics. (You may notice that
in the words and also in the music.)
The choirs are very dedicated to their calling
through music. Please don’t hesitate to come to
one of our rehearsals. We have room….it is a
wonderful group of dedicated people who sing the
sermon through song. I feel blessed.
JOB DESCRIPTION – MUSIC DIRECTOR
Overview: The Music Director at St. Mar k’s UMC is
an accomplished musician who will oversee the music
programs of the congregation, including, but not limited
to: Chancel Choir, Bell Choir, soloists, ensembles and
special music presentations. The Director will be available approximately 20-25 hours a week, including four
hours each Sunday morning.
Required Experience, Education, Skills and Competencies:
Must be a mature Christian
2+ years in a leadership role as a Director or Assistant
Director or equivalent
Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field
Must be skilled at teaching and preparing choirs and
teams for worship
Must have effective worship programming knowledge
and skills
Must be able to develop and motivate others
Must have excellent communications skills
Must be experienced in working with a volunteer group
Able to work with all levels, ages, and talents
Preferred: Experience with music in a congregational setting (choral, praise, ensembles, bells/chimes, youth
choirs)
FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION please go to
our website at www.stmarkseaston.org or Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/StMarks-United-Methodist-Church
Electronic submissions are acceptable at: [email protected]
Joan Collier-Fogg
UPCOMING CONCERTS AT ST. MARK’S—SUNDAYS AT 3:00PM
March 15: “I love Paris”, Stef Scagggieri, piano
April 12: Katie Reimer, piano, program to be announced
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NEWS FROM THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE
The Mission Committee met on Febr uar y 9 with
a full agenda. Updated profile forms from our 20
Local Mission Partners had been received and were
provided to individual committee members to visit
them to update us on their organizations. We reviewed our six month - December 2014 financial
statement, the Needy Fund report for the period 101-13 through 9-30-14, and the missions’ draft budget for 2015. Mission funds for the church’s financial year ending 6-30-14 were up, and the committee was able to approve a payment of $2500 on the
RRC pledge. Eric Steward updated us on the current status of our foreign missions projects which
was then followed by reports from committee
members on our various projects. These included
the Open Table, our food pantry, the Thrift Shop,
HFH Choptank, the Interfaith Hunger Coalition, the
Talbot Association of Clergy & Laity, Campbell
Labels for Education, Board of Child Care – Eastern Shore Campus, the Talbot Interfaith Shelter, the
Samaritan Purse Christmas shoe boxes, the Thanksgiving & Christmas food baskets at St. Mark’s Village, donations of ground venison, donations of
left over bread from Panera, and local activity on
the National Aging in Place Council. We only
meet three times a year, which means we have a lot
to update and review for the actual work that goes
on outside of the meetings. It was a ‘fruitful’
meeting with lots of sharing of ideas on all the
many areas that we are engaged in as we carry out
the mission outreach of St. Mark’s.
Riverview Retreat Center pledge The balance
due of $24,894.70 was reported last in the February
newsletter on our initial pledge of $45,000 that our
church made in 2011 to furnish the dining room at
the Riverview Retreat Center. Through donations
totaling $500 received in December & January and
submitted in February, the current balance due is
now $24,394.70. Many thanks to those who have
been able to support our church’s pledge to RRC.
If you would like to contribute to this project, just
mark your check: RRC pledge.
The Thrift Shop Sales at the shop have continued to be very good, so please keep donating any
clothing and household things that you no longer
wear/use that are in clean/good condition. Household items include bed linens, towels & wash
cloths, pots & pans, glassware, dishes, and other
knickknacks. They can also sell personal items
such as CDs, jewelry, greeting cards, and children’s
toys & games.
When you drop off your donations, take a few
minutes to check out the shop’s merchandise; you
just might find, as I sometimes do, a good buy of
something you were looking for.
Also, if you have a little time to volunteer and
would like to be a part of this mission outreach into
our community, please call Lee Royer at 410-8298189. She can tell you about the various days/times
and types of activities that you could do to get involved there. I think you would find it most rewarding.
The change-over date from winter to spring clothHabitat for Humanity Choptank St. Mar k’s
work crew helped with a build day on Saturday,
ing will be sometime in March, with the date anFebruary 7th. Participating were Jim Scott, Herby nounced in the bulletin. The left over clothing will
Andrew and Dick VanGilder. They normally work be bagged up on a Saturday and donated to another
from 9am to 12 noon. Occasionally, if they are in location and the shop cleaned. Then on Monthe middle of a task, they can go a little later; or
day, lots of volunteers are needed to restock the
they can stop a little before noon if a task is comracks & shelves. If you have a couple of hours that
pleted. The next build day will be Saturday, April day, come and be a part of this mission project.
Della Andrew, Chairperson
4th. Jim Scott is the coordinator for our work crew.
If you want to volunteer to help, give him a call at
410-822-7336.
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Preschool Happenings
February has been a very busy month for us
We began enrolling for the 2015-2016 school year on
February 2. The response has been wonderful. We are
full in all of our programs except our 3 year old class. We
still have a couple of openings in our T,W,Th and M-Th
programs. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enroll
your child or grandchild. Our students enjoy chapel time,
swim lessons/or Kindergym, music class and much more.
Help us fulfill St. Mark’s mission, “To share the love of
Jesus with and through the people of Talbot County and
beyond.” Classes are filling quickly! Please contact Sarah Ewing, 410-822-0078 or [email protected] for more information and to schedule a
tour. You can also visit our website
www.stmarkspreschooleaston.net for more details on our
program.
On February 4, we welcomed “The Juggling Hoffmans.”
They gave a fantastic performance. Both children and
teachers were delighted by the juggling talents of the
performers.
On February 7, we held our annual Applebee’s Pancake
Breakfast. We want to extend a BIG THANK YOU to all
who purchased tickets and those who helped us serve on
the day of the event. We raised $1,905 for our school!
We cannot thank everyone enough for their support!
Our Three Year Olds began swim lessons on February
12 at the YMCA and our Two Year Olds began Kindergym at the YMCA on January 21. We are looking forward to warmer temperatures so we can get back outside! Please continue to keep an eye out for us when
you pull into the parking lot. We appreciate your patience as we try to get our children to and from the playground and the YMCA safely. SarahEwing,Director
Our pre-school
enjoying the
antics of
“The Juggling
Hoffmans” on
Feb. 4!
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
Thank you to all of those who attended our
Meet and Greet on Sunday, February 8. It was
wonderful to be able to introduce myself and
begin learning about each one of you. I am
very excited to begin my journey here at St.
Mark’s. I look forward to getting to know all
of you and see where the Lord will lead us!
Erica McCreary, Director
of Christian Education
St. Mark’s Sunday School teachers greet Erica McCreary.
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UNITED METHODIST WOMEN
Circle Meetings for March
Ruth Circle: Mon., Mar ch 2, 10:00am, William Hill
Manor, 2nd floor library. Call Sharon Maisano,
410-770-5462 for information.
Deborah Circle and Mary Circle: Tuesday, March 3,
10:00am, Room 155. Call Anna Fichtner, 410-770-5145
for information.
Sarah Circle: Tuesday, Mar ch 10, 7:00pm, Room
155. Call Bobbi Ayers, 410-745-9751 for information.
MARCH 2015
UNITED METHODIST MEN
Please join us for our monthly meetings which
are held at the church on the second Tuesday of
each month at 7:00pm. The UMM will be preparing and serving the Easter breakfast in Fellowship
Hall from 7:30-10:00a.m. Please join us!
All men of St. Mark’s are welcome to join us for
fellowship and service!
We are active and engaged in helping men to grow in
Christ and to serve our Lord and church membership.
Roger Eareckson, President
Call Shari Powers, President, for information on the
UMW. 410-822-7852 or [email protected]
INVITING ALL WOMEN TO JOIN US FOR
WOMEN’S DAY APART
A SPIRITUAL DAY FOR WOMEN
SPONSORED BY ST. MARK’S UNITED METHODIST WOMEN
April 14, 2015
9:30 – 2:00
The Auditorium at William Hill Manor
501 Dutchmans Lane
Easton, Maryland
$15.00 per person – Lunch Included
Guest Speaker: Tracy Harding, an Ordained Minister
Her Topic: “Miracles Still Happen”, a testimony
of her near death experience and encounter with God
Reservations must be in to the church office by Sunday, April 5.
Please make check payable to United Methodist Women
with “Day Apart” in the memo line.
RESERVATION FORM
Name_____________________________Phone________________
Guest(s)______________________ ____________________________
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MEET OUR CHURCH FAMILY
Bette Kenzie
Born and raised in the Philadelphia suburbs, Bette graduated from Bucknell University, where she met her late
husband Al. She went on to earn a Master’s Degree in
Biology from Cornell in preparation to teach. She taught
AP Biology in Baltimore at Roland Park Country School,
Boy’s Latin, Garrison Forest School, and St. Paul’s
School for Girls.
Because of Al’s career with Merrill Lynch, they lived on
a farm north of Philadelphia, on Long Island Sound in
CT, and suburban Baltimore before retiring to the Eastern
Shore in 1993. Their two sons and daughter followed in
their parents’ footsteps by becoming teachers and a financial advisor. Bette’s extended family includes 12 wonderful grandchildren of whom she is quite proud. Family
get-togethers are very special times, especially when held
on Bette’s farm here.
In addition to having served on SPRC and the Strategic
Planning Committee and currently the Finance Committee here at St. Mark’s, Bette is extremely active in community affairs. She is especially interested in education
for African-American children and has personally provided scholarships as well as being on the Boards of BAAM
(Building African-American Minds), Critchlow-Adkins
Children’s Centers, Talbot Hospice, the YMCA, and the
Academy Art Museum. When not involved in all of
these activities, Bette loves playing golf and tennis and
watching sports of all sorts.
Please look for Bette at the 11:00 service and thank her
for her wide-ranging support of St. Mark’s and the community at large over the past twenty+ years.
Erica, Matt & Jaxson McCreary
Our new Christian Education Director, Erica McCreary, was
born and raised in Chester, MD, where she attended Kent
Island UMC. Erica was very active there, teaching Bible
Studies, going on mission trips to Costa Rica, and helping
lead worship.
She is a graduate of Salisbury University with a degree in
Education and is currently pursuing her Master's in Christian
Counseling at Liberty University. Erica and her husband
Matt, who works for Hydrasearch in Stevensville, are proud
parents of 8- month-old Jaxson. They moved to Easton in
2012.
Erica has worked in Early Childhood Education for 6 years
and is currently teaching PreSchool on Kent Island. She is
also active in the Chesapeake Emmaus and Chrysalis Communities. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, playing guitar, spending time with family and being on the water.
Until the end of the school year, Erica will be working parttime here at St. Mark's in her new position. Among her responsibilities will be the Christian Education of all age
groups on Sundays and during the week, Vacation Bible
School, Confirmation Classes, and also helping with the
music for the Park Service.
Please welcome Erica and her family to our Staff and
church, and pray for her as she takes on this very important
work. Also, please respond affirmatively when she asks for
your help!
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March 2015
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
1 World Day of
Prayer
2
3 10:00am Deborah & Mary
Circles
4
5
6
7
12
13
14
COMMUNION
10:00am Ruth
Circle
2pm BELLS
DEDICATION
8 DAYLIGHT
SAVINGS TIME
BEGINS!
9
6pm Confirmation Class
15
16
6pm Confirmation Class
23
6pm Confirmation Class
29
10 6:00pm
Dance practice
6:30pm Letters of
Paul class
7:00pm Sarah
Circle
7:00pm UMM
11
17
18 1:00 Prayer
Shawl Ministry
6:00pm Dance
practice
6:30pm Letters of
Paul class
3pm CONCERT
22
6:00pm Dance
practice
6:30pm Letters of
Paul class
30
PALM SUNDAY
6pm Confirmation Class
6:30pm The Easter Experience
6:30pm The Easter Experience
9:00am Easton
Dist. UMW
19
FIRST DAY OF
SPRING!
6:30pm The Easter Experience
24
25
6:00pm Dance
practice
6:30pm Letters of
Paul class
7:00pm Trustees
6:30pm The Easter Experience
Men’s Emmaus
week-end
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6:00pm Dance
practice
6:30pm Letters of
Paul class
Weekly Schedule
SUNDAY
THURSDAY
8:15am (Chapel); 9:30 & 11:00am (Sanctuary) Worship Services
9:30am Sunday school for all ages
9:15-11:00am Coffee Fellowship (Gathering Area)
7:00PM Chancel Choir Rehearsal
WEDNESDAY
10:30am Prayer Group in chapel
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27
21
Men’s Emmaus
weekend
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St. Mark’s United Methodist Church
100 Peachblossom Road
Easton, MD 21601
MARCH 2015
PRSRT Non-Profit
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RETURN SERVICE
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Staff
Rev. Missy Rekitzke, Pastor
Dr. Gilbert Anderson, Minister of Visitation
Dr. Jack Giguere, Teaching Pastor in Residence
Erica McCreary, Chr istian Education Dir ector
Joan Collier-Fogg, Inter im Music Dir ector
Judy Lawrence, Pr ogr am Administr ator
Sarah Ewing, Pr e-School Director
Dr. William F. Wharton, Or ganist
Ellen Barry Grunden, 9:30 Wor ship Leader
Karen Reed, Office Manager
Erica Kirby, Bookkeeper
William Gunther, Building Super intendent
Phone: 410-822-0001
Fax: 410-822-0002
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.stmarkseaston.org
PLEASE JOIN US FOR
“THE EASTER EXPERIENCE”
EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT
DURING LENT
6:30 TO 7:45PM
IN THE CHAPEL
(See page 3 for more information!)
This is in lieu of Wednesday morning communion services.