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St. Mark Lutheran Church
Worth, Illinois

Lenten Schedule  - Wednesdays

February 14 - Ash Wednesday "The MeaningBehind the Dust"  (Services @ 10am and 7pm)
February 21 - (7pm) "The Man Who Won't Go Away"
February 28 - (7pm) "The Revolation of Humanity"
March 7 - (7pm) "The Power of Forgiveness"
March 14 - (7pm) "Why It's a Small World After All" 
March 21 - (7pm) "Three Days That Changed the World"


March 29 (Maunday Thursday) * Seder Taste/Meal :   
Taste @ 10am in the Church Narthex 
Meal @ 6pm in Heaney Hall
Call the church office to reserve a seat at the table. 

Sunday Services
8:00 am Traditional Service
10:00 am Contemporary Service
8:55 am Sunday School in Koetz Hall
Ages 3 (potty trained) to 16
9:05 am Adult Bible Study in the Luther Room
(Lower Level)  


 11007 S 76th Ave, Worth, IL 60482 ♥ (708) 448-6555

E-mail: stmarkworth@comcast.net

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"For where God built a church there the Devil would also build a chapel." Martin Luther