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10.5.2021 - Pets Blessed

10.3.2021 - Blanket Sunday

9.26.2021 - Milestone Moment: Blessing of the Car Keys

9.25.2021 - God Moment

9.18.2021 - Celebrating “God’s Work, Our Hands”

8.15.2021 - Bernadette Jones Recognized for Her Service

7.6.2021 - Recognizing High School Graduate Sean Jensen

7.6.2021 - Pastor Vasey Celebrates 35 years of Ordination

2.11.2021 - St. Mark's to Reopen for Regular Sunday Services

1.17.2021 - Finley Matthew Hanford Baptized

12.12.2020 - St. Mark's Annual Report Issued

12.12.2020 - St. Mark's In Person Services Suspended

11.17.2020 - St. Mark's Issues Guidelines for Christmas Eve Services

11.14.2020 - Operation Christmas Child 2020

11.1.2020 - Celebrating All Saints Sunday

10.23.2020 - Crop Walk 2020

10.20.2020 - Harvest Home Sunday

10.15.2020 - Sunday School Blankets

10.4.2020 - Blessing of Pets

10.4.2020 - Count Your Blessings: Blanket Sunday


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 Pastor Vasey and Bernadette Jones
Bernadette Jones Recognized for Her Service

 

Longtime St. Mark's employee and member Bernadette Jones was recognized on Sunday, August 15, 2021 for her years of service to the Church. She recently resigned from her position as Church secretary due to illness.

For many years, Bernadette served as the Youth and Family Ministry Coordinator. She taught the Confirmation age Sunday School class and headed the confirmation process. She developed and implemented a Milestone program, that recognized the milestones in the lives of our members. She was responsible for the production of our newsletter, the Lion. She was responsible for coordinating Vacation Bible School. She produced multiple stage productions in our Fellowship hall.

Most recently, she had served as the Church secretary and office manager. In that role, she prepared church documents for services and annual meetings. She was the face to the Church to visitors and members.

We will miss her in the Church office. Please pray for her recovery to full health.