Christian education classes meet at 9:30 in our Community Life Center.
A special series of six classes for Lent will focus on active outreach into the world. We will have special speakers. Please join us for this important series.
A movement without a voice: Why the disconnect? A majority of North Carolina Christians do not equate homosexuality with immoral behavior, and sizable majorities are opposed to discrimination against LGBTQ individuals. Why, then, did HB2 become law? Join us for a presentation and discussion that will also include a focus on transgender issues. Our special guest is Brent Childers.
Godly Play classes for preschool through second grades and third through sixth grade Our children hear the stories of the Bible and of Christ’s ministry to our world. Parents and any adults who are interested are also invited.
Rite 13 and Journey to Adulthood Youth programs at St. Mark’s focus on building relationships, seeking the holy and searching for answers to tough questions. We take seriously the need to deal with what is real for young people, to honor their questions, and to assure them that they are real people with real, valid, and authentic experiences. We use the Journey to Adulthood curriculum, a program that balances Bible study, prayer, and both serious and playful activities to nurture the whole person.