Activities & Events

  • Community Services - Services include help for the homeless, church membership, baptism, first communion, and weddings.
  • Ministries - Groups and activities sponsored by our Christian Education Committee.
  • Music - Information about our musical groups.
  • Fellowship - View information about church fellowship opportunities.
  • Missions - Learn about missions that we are currently involved in and get information about how you can help.
  • Lutheran Youth Organization - Our youth organization for young adults in grades 7-12.
  • Dartball League - View information about our annual league for the game of dartball.
  • Rockers Senior Group - Ages 55+ - This group for seniors does a number of activities around the community.  You can find information about the group here.
  • Outdoor Market Fair - View information about our Outdoor Market Fair.
  • Community Garden - St. Mark has a community garden on the church grounds.
  • Kingdom Weekend - Learn about our Kingdom Weekend and when one might be coming up.
  • Past Events - Please take a look at some our past events and activities.
  • Fun Page - Games & Information - Have fun and learn with these games and resources.
  • Anita E. Korensky Scholarship Fund - Learn how to qualify for this scholarship and when it will be offered.
  • Photo Gallery - Take a look at photos from some of our past events and activities.

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Parade Volunteers Needed

WorthDays.jpgWe need volunteers to help pass out candy along the parade route with our float in the Worth Days Parade on Sunday, August 26th.  Please contact the office if you are interested.


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Annual Pet Blessing

September 2018,  Saturday @ 10 am @ (Place To Be Determined).

All pets are welcome (even the stuffed ones). A leash or carrying case will be needed. Be sure to bring a donation for the local animal shelter.

DIAL-A-STORY (708) 802-2719 (created by David Trexler)

 

Short Children’s stories about God’s love for all of us. A new story every week! The stories are sometimes fun, sometimes witty, sometimes cute, sometimes serious, but always carry the theme of Love.


"Knee Mail" Box

Who?  The people of St Mark Lutheran church in Worth, Illinois

What? recently dedicated a “knee mail” box.  Members of the community are invited to put their letters to God in the box, signed or unsigned, and the people of St Mark will lift up their prayer requests on Sunday morning.

When? The dedication service was planned as part of the celebration of the 100th birthday of our community, Worth.

Why?  The impetus for the project came from two members of St. Mark, Adriane Olejnik and Mark Karner.  Mark was stricken by polio as a child, and suffered from Scoliosis, diabetes, and congestive heart failure. He went on to become a disability rights activist, helping over 500 people to get out of nursing homes and  back into their homes.  Mark passed away in June of 2013, and “Mark’s Knee Mail box, was dedicated in his memory.  

The box was inspired by the movie “Letters to God”, and was built by Ed Muscarella, and painted by Barbara Urban.

The article about the life of Mark Karner in the Chicago Sun Times can be found here.

For more information contact pastor Jay Trygstad at 708-448-6555.

Knee Mail Box
Knee Mail Box

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