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Welcome to St. Mark

A Lutheran church in Phoenix

We’re glad you’re here!

Please fill out our connect card so we can say hello and welcome you.

Worship with us

Traditional service, Sunday 8am 

Contemporary services, Sunday 9:30am & 11am

What to expect

Wear what you’re comfortable in! No need to come dressed up. We invite you to come as you are to hear God’s Word.

On Sundays, we gather either in person or online to worship and hear God’s Word. Communion is served during each service.

Our contemporary service combines modern worship music led by a praise team, as well as meaningful liturgical elements.

Our traditional service follows the Divine Service order of worship found in the Lutheran hymnal. Hymns are led by an organist, and worship includes responsive readings, confessions, creeds, and other liturgical elements.

We offer a fun, safe learning experience during the 9:30am Sunday service for newborns through grade 5. Nursery is also provided for children under age 5 during the 8am and 11am services. Learn more about our children’s ministry.

Please arrive 10–15 minutes early so we can register your child and help you find their classroom.

Middle school and high school students at St. Mark Lutheran meet Sunday evenings for food, games, and relevant teaching. We also offer fun activities and events regularly. Connect with our student ministry.

Join the Welcome Home Class

St. Mark is a place for you to belong. 

Sign up for the next Welcome Home Class which begins April 14. This is a 7-week introductory series on our church and our beliefs.

Learn about our sacraments


Baptism is more than a mere symbol. It has the power to save. It’s a means of forgiveness to those who receive it, and it’s profitable no matter a person’s age (1 Peter 3:21).

Scripture says:

  • Infants need to be redeemed from their inherited state of sinfulness. (Psalm 51:5)
  • No individual of any age has free will in spiritual matters or the ability to make the decision to come to faith. (Romans 3:10–11)
  • The faith of both an adult and of a child is the gift of God and the work of the Holy Spirit, who accomplishes it through the means of grace. (Ephesians 2:8–9)

Read more:

Colossians 2:12, Acts 2:41, Matthew 28:19–20. Take your next step and contact us to learn more about baptism, or sign up now to be baptized.


Also called the Lord’s Supper, communion is God’s gift to sustain, uplift, forgive, and encourage believers in their Christian life. It is God’s true presence, along with Christ’s promise that, through the eating and drinking of this sacrament, you receive forgiveness for your sins and consolation for your souls.

To receive communion, you should:


  • Be baptized and believe you have sinned and are in need of a Savior
  • Believe that, through the power of the Holy Spirit, you receive Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior
  • Desire to turn from your sins and, with the help of God, intend to do so
  • Believe that Jesus Christ is present with His body and blood in the bread and wine offered in this sacrament as a means of His grace

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Our beliefs and leadership

Meet our staff and leaders, and discover our values and beliefs. Learn about us