St. Mark's United Methodist Church | 3359 Louisville Rd. Louisville, TN 37777 | Phone: 865.977. 6128 | Fax: 865.977.6154 
Welcome to St. Mark’s United Methodist Church! St. Mark’s has as its mission developing Christian disciples who glorify God. We pray that all of the ways we live and work together will strengthen us in our faith and in our witness to the world. Our connections to the St. Mark’s congregation serve to equip us to live our faith in our homes, our schools, and our places of employment. We encourage you to participate in the many opportunities for worship, study, mission outreach, and fellowship that make up our life together as a community of faith. We look forward to helping you find where God is calling you to share in the ministries of the congregation and grow in your Christian walk. At St. Mark’s, you will find all ages serving in ministry and seeking to live as faithful followers of Jesus Christ. As a community of faith we strive to pray for each other, share in the joys and concerns of each other, and extend the peace and love of Christ one to another. We hope you will feel welcome at St. Mark’s. We encourage you to explore the possibility of making St. Mark’s your church home.

From the Pastor Dear Friends, As we begin this season of Lent, I want to challenge each of us to use this time for reflection, repentance and new birth. Have you ever looked in a mirror and studied what you saw? When we look in the mirror, we see what we want to see. But do we really look close enough to see our true self? Likewise, do we look close enough at our souls to see who we really are? Think about the mirror. Some mirrors are beautiful and reflect back what they capture in their sight. Mirrors are round or square. Some are ornately decorated. Some have post-its on them. But what if that mirror is broken? What do you see when you look through a broken mirror? Some of us can’t see the forest for the trees and will only be able to see that we are looking through a distorted, broken mirror. Others of us will see, through that broken glass, our broken selves. The jagged edges that act as mile markers for our lives recount for us circumstances, mistakes, poor choices, etc. that make up our journey of Life. I challenge you to come to church during this season of Lent to hear God’s response to those broken pieces. You won’t want to miss what God might say to us! See you at church this Sunday! Sincerely, Pastor Becky


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Service Times Sunday
9:30 am -- Sunday School
10:45 am -- Blended Worship Service Monday through Friday
2:45 pm - 5:45 pm -- S.M.I.L.E. After-school program Wednesday
5:00 pm -- Fellowship Meal
6:00 pm -- Youth Group
6:15 pm -- Choir practice Please visit our calendar for sermon notes and further study suggestions.