Above:  Members of St. Mark participate in a local community parade in Millard, NE, a suburb of Omaha.

Special Christmas Worship Opportunities:

December 13th, Wednesday – 7:00 pm: Our one midweek Advent worship

December 17th – 8:00am and 10:30am: Cantata Sunday with Holy Communion - with brunch in between;  4:00pm:  Christmas Worship with Holy Communion led by Youth and CrossMarked

December 24th – Christmas Eve – though a Sunday, no  morning worship  - Christmas Eve Worship 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm

December 25th – 10:00am:  Christmas Morning with Holy Communion

St Mark Connects People to Jesus

Welcome to St. Mark Lutheran Church's website. I'm glad you're visiting us here, and I hope as you look around you will get to know us and have your questions answered.

As with any church, our biggest ministry takes place on Sundays. For those who prefer Traditional Lutheran Worship, we offer that at 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. For those who prefer the praise songs of today without a traditional format, that's what happens at 10:30 am. Guests are always welcome at any of these three. We also have Sunday School for God's children of all ages at 9:15am.

Throughout the week we have pre-school, school aged and youth, young adult and senior activities. We also have opportunities to plug in and serve if that's what you're looking for. I'd love to visit with you more about all that's going on at St. Mark. If you'd like to know more, please call us at 402-391-6148. 

God bless your day and thanks again for checking us out.

Pastor Kevin Lentz

Considering visiting us in person?  

You might find these links helpful:

Our Beliefs

Location and Worship Time

Sermon Audio

Pastor and Staff

From our Youth:

Check out this awesome video capturing our youth group's experience at the 2016 LCMS National Youth Gathering.  Thanks, Morgan, for putting this together!


Learn about our beliefs, our staff, our governance, and when you can join us in worship.


Find sermons, newsletters, and pictures from our Sunday School.


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