COVID-19 Update

Last Updated: Thursday April 30, 2020 6:30 pm


At this time, all public gatherings for worship and fellowship opportunities at St. Mark’s will be postponed until further notice. This is inclusive of Sunday Worship, Bible Study, Wednesday Soup and Scripture, Choir rehearsal, and any other church-sponsored events. We will be evaluating the situation on a week-by-week basis, and post updates as relevant.

 

We will be live-streaming a worship service of prayer and healing this Sunday, on our Facebook page. A Facebook account is not required to access the feed, just click on the link below. I encourage you to join us for worship digitally, and join the communion of saints for prayer without fear, knowing that by the Holy Spirit, we are truly gathered together. God is with you, and we will celebrate our reunion together in the Lord’s house when that time comes.


https://m.facebook.com/stmarksbeth/

A Bulletin for the service can also be found by clicking here.

 

God created us to be social people. While we are encouraged to maintain physical distance from one another, we will continue to find ways to be social and remain connected with one another in Jesus.


Stay connected through your giving: Continue to be active in the ministry of Christ's church at St. Mark's by taking advantage of our various giving opportunities. Support the needs of our Bethlehem Township community.


www.stmarksbethlehem.com


3771 Easton Ave. Bethlehem, PA 18020.

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Praying the Hours: During the upcoming weeks, I invite you to join me and other disciples at appointed times during the day to stop for 60 seconds and offer words of prayer. Trusting that God hears our prayers, we also trust that God rejoices when the church prays together, even if separated distance. Join us on Facebook at 9am & 6pm to pray with the saints throughout the day. Service and Support: Donate blood. Call a neighbor and check in on their health and welfare. Consider those for whom isolation and anxiety is especially tolling. Support those around you who have been sent home from work, and are missing out on a much needed paycheck. Find some way to make connections of love with others through Christian care and support.

Blessings in Christ Jesus,

Rev. Brandon M. Heavner