St. Mark’s Lutheran Church and School (WELS, Citrus Heights, CA)
Fifth Sunday after Lent

Fifth Sunday after Lent

March 13, 2016

Worship Focus: What great blessings God gives to his people! What great danger we place ourselves in when we assume that we could never fall from faith and lose the blessings of salvation Christ has given us! The Lenten call to repentance in today's service calls us to repent of false spiritual security that fails to see our need to cling to God's Word and Sacraments and ultimately to the cross of Christ.

Handbell Choir & Worship Band

Handbell Choir & Worship Band

March 11, 2016

CLHS Choir - Handbell Choir & Worship Band

The Ironies of the Passion 3/9/2016

The Ironies of the Passion 3/9/2016

March 9, 2016

Tonight’s Sermon:

“I Have Found in Him No Grounds for the Death Penalty”  Luke 23:22

Presiding Minister  Pastor Jonathan Loescher

Accompanist Shannon Schmidt 

Cantor Greg Meyer 
The Ironies of the Passion 3/2/2016

The Ironies of the Passion 3/2/2016

March 9, 2016

Tonight’s Sermon:

“But Not During the Feast”  Matthew 26:5

Presiding Minister  Pastor Ronald Waterstradt

Accompanist Marty Puckett

Choir Director Paul Peterson

Cantor Pastor Johnold Strey

Violin Vince Beiderbecke
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Fourth Sunday in Lent

Fourth Sunday in Lent

March 6, 2016

Worship Focus: “I once was lost, but now am found.” Those familiar words from the hymn, “Amazing Grace,” reflect the common theme in today’s Scripture lessons. Our inherited sinful condition causes each one of us to be lost in sin, even at birth, but God calls us to repentance and faith and unconditionally restores us to his family through the message of the gospel.

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