There's a place for you here
St. Mark's Lutheran Church (ELCA) is an urban, welcoming, and vibrant congregation in the San Marco/Miramar neighborhoods of south Jacksonville. We are known for our social outreach and our attention to liturgical worship and music.
We are a proud member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), a church that shares a living, daring confidence in God's grace. Liberated by our faith, we embrace you as a whole person—questions, complexities, and all. Learn more about us here.
"Join us as we do God's work in Christ's name
for the life of the world."
— Pastor Thomas S. Hanson (email link)
Link to Google map: 3976 Hendricks Avenue
The Blood Alliance bus will be at St. Mark's Lutheran Church on Sunday, October 5 from 8:00am –12:00 noon.
You can make an appointment on the Web at www.thebloodalliancedonor.org, or call 888-998-2243.
Sunday, August 3 update: "Thank you to all who were able to be screened for donations today at the church. Twenty people were screened for donations today. Eighteen donors provided 20 units of blood products for use in the community." — Jan Berglund, coordinator
Be a hero. Give blood.
Welcoming new members
IF YOU ARE looking for a place to find meaning and purpose in your life, you are sure to find that place at St. Mark's Lutheran Church.
On Sunday, July 27, we welcomed six new members and are looking forward to our next new member Sunday on September 28. Talk with Pr. Tom Hanson or Wendi Orr. Call 904-396-9608 or email email@example.com if you are interested in joining St. Mark's.
St. Mark's member blogs
A new blog page is now open for our members to share the thoughts, ideas, and experiences that shape their lives of faith. If you are interested in writing a blog for this page, email Pastor Tom or call 904-396-9608. Keep your essay to 400 to 600 words.
- Mission to Haiti by Gina Olson — July 2014
- The gospel of accessibility by Bernie Jorn — June 2014
- Let's all sing together! by Tony Cruz — June 2014
About the St. Mark's logo
Check out our new logo (or brandmark) and its meaning on our About Us page.
The four-quadrant cross is based on the traditional Quadrate cross and echoes the brickwork and wood crosses behind our altar.
Green is the liturgical color of Epiphany and the Sundays after Pentecost. Blue is the liturgical color of Baptism and Advent and is symbolic of life and water. Just as we need water to live, we receive new life through the water of our baptism into Christ.
page created: 17 JUN 2011
page updated: 10 SEP 2014
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