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Music at St. Marcus (more info)
Praise the Lord with music by playing an instrument or singing in our worship services. Soloists and groups are more than welcome. If you are interested in joining the ranks of our church musicians, please contact Jeff Krumbein by emailing email@example.com. Find out more on the Music Page!
The Food Pantry is a program designed to help needy individuals in the St. Marcus family and immediate neighborhoods by offering free food and clothing.
It is staffed by nine St. Marcus volunteers. Every grocery bag is packed with non-perishable items that help families eat for two or three meals. During a typical month, the food pantry serves 150-180 clients. The staff also provides information about services, Time of Grace and other church activities as an outreach to the clients.
The Food Pantry is open Monday mornings from 8:30am – 11:30am; it is closed during the summer months and reopens the week after Labor Day.
The Ministry is strong but can always use prayers and nonperishable or monetary donations to continue the outreach to the surrounding community of St. Marcus. The food pantry accepts donations year-round and any donations big or small is appreciated. For more information or to make a donation, please contact the church office, 414.562.3369.
The Altar Guild ministry team serves in the care of the chancel, altar, baptistery and its furnishings. They are responsible for the sacristy and our workroom. We also coordinate the weddings at St. Marcus. The Altar Guild has thirteen members (six teams of two members and a coordinator. They are always looking for more to join! Please contact Pat Steliga at 414.562.3369.
50 Plus Group
The 50+ Group involves fellowship for the more seasoned members of St. Marcus. This group has regular game nights as well as periodic outings for dinner out. They also do service projects directed toward shut-ins and others. Contact Colette Bohlmann at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Spiritual Care Team offers many opportunities for you to share Christ's love with the neighborhood surrounding St. Marcus and in the lives of the lost. Come share with us in helping others. Our Evangelism Team canvasses the neighborhood several times a year, hosts new member dinners and meets with new prospects. If you would like to learn more about this wonderful opportunity, please call Kendra Abbott, 414.562.3369
The Parish Nurse ministry at St. Marcus Lutheran Church and School is a wellness based practice. Each of the registered nurses (RN) who participate in this volunteer ministry at St. Marcus is currently licensed in the state of Wisconsin. It is the underlying goal of parish nursing that each member of the congregation and each student in the school be as healthy as possible so that he/she can serve the Lord to the fullest.
Here at St. Marcus the nurses do nothing invasive– in other words, no shots. Rather, they adhere to the basic philosophy of parish nursing in the following four roles: health education, health counseling, community liaison and mobilizer of volunteers. The nurses' faith serves as the fulcrum for each role.
This health ministry will serve as a support to your personal/private health care. Upon pastoral or personal request, the nurse can make a home health visit. Specific examples of how this ministry helps people to “stay well” can be found in the Parish Nurse brochure. Your parish nurses can be reached by contacting the church office at 414-562-3369. Linda Golembiewski serves as your Parish Nurse contact person.
Sunday School is available for families with children ranging from 3yrs - 12th grade at 9:15 am on Sundays for cinnamon rolls, milk, juice and other goodies. At 9:40am gym time will begin, complete with two bounce castles, followed by age-specific lessons provided in classrooms. Before the 10:30am worship service begins children are returned to the gym for pick-up. Parents are welcome to join or attend an adult bible study.