Worship: Sundays at 9:30 a.m.

605 Spruce Street
Madison, WI 53715

St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Madison, WI

Welcome To St. Mark's Lutheran Church!

St. Mark's Lutheran ChurchOne person cannot adequately describe a community though I can tell you what is important here at St. Mark’s. We are a small congregation that worships every Sunday at 9:30. Every Sunday we celebrate the Lord’s Supper as a tangible sign to live in God’s grace. Grace is important to us. Our Food Ministries are Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. It is important to us to feed our neighbors who are in need of food. Sharing is important to us. As a renewing congregation we are open to new ways of being in ministry. Being open is important to us. We are a diverse congregation. Welcoming others is important to us. Whoever you are; straight, gay, committed Christian, a person with many questions, with children or without, you are welcome here.

Please join us in worship or feel free to call or email if you have questions about St. Mark’s. I would love to talk to you about your faith journey and what you are seeking in a faith community.

Pastor Lori

St. Mark’s Calendar
Every Tuesday Food Pantry 10 a.m. – 12 Noon
Every Thursday Food Pantry 5:45 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Every Friday - Friday Free Meal 12:00 Noon – 1:00 p.m.


St. Mark’s is at the place where we can feel God’s guiding spirit leading us into a new future. “Behold” says our God, “I make all things new”. We are committed to growing our spiritual lives, continually asking, “what does it mean to follow in Jesus’ footsteps?” We are committed to strengthening the relationships within the community and developing new relationships with our friends who come to eat and stay for worship. We are grateful to discover the joy in being renewed.

From Our Pastor

Pastor Lori PowellHow Being Thankful Changes
Your Brain

From the November, 2015 issue of Branches

[Recently]in worship we talked about how prayer changes your brain. I said that researches have documented how when believers pray that blood rushes to the parietal lobe of the brain. The parietal lobe is in charge of perception and vision. When we pray, our personal and corporate journeys become clearer. We have a better sense of what God is calling us to. We can see or perceive more clearly what is going on in our lives and how we can get where we want to go. . .
Read all of Pastor Lori's article in the November, 2015 issue of Branches.
Click here.

Upcoming Events!
There are lots of great things planned at St. Mark's for the next several weeks. Click Here to learn about them!

Worship Food Pantry Friday Meal
Worship Food Pantry Friday Meal