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Starting Point (Digital & In-Person)
We want to help you take your next spiritual step. That's why we've designed Starting Point. No matter what your background is, whether you are a lifelong Christian or brand new to the faith, this 4 hour self-paced, online and/or in-person seminar is meant for those who would like to join our partnership at St. Mark.
To join, you will need to take part in one of our online seminars (watch it at your leisure) or join us in-person.
What are we going to talk about?
Hour 1 – St. Mark Mission and Vision; Value of Worship
Hour 2 – How to Use the Bible; How to Pray; Baptism; Communion
Hour 3 – How Can I Be a Part God's Mission
Hour 4 – How Do I Plug into God's Family at St. Mark
If you have questions, please contact the church office at 920-336-2485. One of the pastors would be happy to talk with you.
What Is Starting Point?
We want to help you take your next spiritual step. That's why we've designed Starting Point. No matter what your background is, whether you are a lifelong Christian or brand new to the faith, this 4 hour self-paced, online seminar is meant for those who would like to join our partnership at St. Mark.
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Being in a small group builds community!
Join Our Guest Services Team!
People who serve in Guest Services care for those who are new and need help getting acclimated when they walk in those church doors. Scroll down below for more "behind-the-scenes opportunities" to serve, also!
Contact our Next Steps Coordinator, Sarah Hermann (mynextst[email protected]) if you want to get involved in this way!
A More In-Depth Explanation of our Guest Services Team
This is a great way to serve one weekend a month at just one worship service.
Services each month we are in most need of Guest Services help:
-1st weekend - Sun 9:00am
-2nd weekend - Sat 5:00pm
-3rd weekend - Sat 5:00pm and Sun 10:30am
-4th weekend - Sat 5:00pm, Sun 9:00am and 10:30am
-Lenten services (weekly Wednesday services Feb. 17-Mar. 24 at 12:30pm (GB), 6:30pm (De Pere), Maundy Thursday and Good Friday
We have "behind the scenes" needs, too. For example:
-taking attendance at our services
-setting up atrium chairs for overflow
-communion backup help when supplies run low during the services
-check that the restrooms are clean with ample supplies
-get trained to give Children's Church aides communion
The Benefits of Doing Life Together in a Small Group
Hear from St. Mark partner, Andrea Brehm on how her small group has helped her in her faith walk.
These groups run a limited time during certain seasons