Our mission outreach includes
but is not limited to: Friends of the Orphans / Justin & Kari Eller / Lutheran Blind Mission/ Grace Christian
Academy in Chicago and Lutheran World Relief . The St. Mark Mission Committee chairperson is Paulette Loper.
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volunteers from congregations in each synod of the ELCA, tell the story of how our offerings and gifts are transformed into
effective ministries. They remind us of how we make a difference in Christ’s mission and the work of the church, and
they thank our people for their faithful giving.
is primarily done through temple talks, visits with councils and committees, and helping in any way they are asked to share
information, provide resources, and give guidance on doing God’s work at the congregational, synodical, and churchwide
expressions. They also develop connections between the ELCA membership and its leadership and mission. Mission interpreters
are trained in the various aspects of church ministry and mission and have the resources available to carry them out as a
member of the ELCA.
|Students at Grace Lutheran School
Grace Lutheran School was founded in 1896 at the corner of 28th
& Karlov. Five years later, Grace Lutheran Church was begun. Today, Grace Lutheran School is an RSO (registered non-profit
service organization) The school relies on tuition, fundraising and the generous donations of friends and alumni to meet its
budget. The mission of Grace Lutheran School is the same as it was in 1896, bring the good news of Jesus Christ to the children
living in the Little Village neighborhood. The school offers a Christ centered education to children age three through grade
eight. For more information about the school and how you can help, contact the school at the address and phone number