St. Mark’s Lutheran Church and School (WELS, Citrus Heights, CA)
Our Christian Response to Life’s Blessings and Challenges

Our Christian Response to Life’s Blessings and Challenges

January 10, 2016

This practical class will consider how Christians deal with a wide variety of situations in daily life—from unmet needs and unresolved anger, to financial blessings, to health concerns, to the death of a loved one. This discussion-oriented class will be led by David Matthews in the Luther Room.

The First Sunday after Epiphany
SERMON 10:45 am Service
SERMON 8:00 am Service

SERMON 8:00 am Service

January 3, 2016

Pastor Johnold Strey's Sermon is based on Ephesians 3:2-12

Catholicism Today

Catholicism Today

January 3, 2016

The Roman Catholic Church is the largest Christian denomination in the world, and its leaders and official statements make national and international headlines. Pastor Strey will lead a study that examines the teachings and practices of the Roman Catholic Church each Sunday morning in the church sanctuary.

Our Christian Response to Life’s Blessings and Challenges

Our Christian Response to Life’s Blessings and Challenges

January 3, 2016

This practical class will consider how Christians deal with a wide variety of situations in daily life—from unmet needs and unresolved anger, to financial blessings, to health concerns, to the death of a loved one. This discussion-oriented class will be led by David Matthews in the Luther Room.

The Epiphany of Our Lord

The Epiphany of Our Lord

January 3, 2016

Worship Focus: The star that led the Magi to the boy Jesus reveals the extent of Jesus’ saving mission. Christ came to be the Savior, not for one race or people, but of the entire world. He came for all; he came for you!