We are saddened to announce the passing of Jane Gotwols on September 22.
Visitation will be at 11:00 am followed by a 12:00 pm service
at Williams Lombardo Funeral Home,
33 W. Baltimore Ave, Clifton Heights PA on Friday October 1, 2021.
ALPHA Bible Study begins Sept. 15 at 1:30 PM.
It is an ongoing series. You may join in any Wednesday.
Click here for more information.
NEW weekly feature : Home Touch
2 pages of a weekly scripture, inspiration, and puzzle page
for homebound adults. Please download here, print, and share
with someone stuck at home without a computer.
We have resumed in-person Worship services
on Sunday at 10:00 AM.
While most COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted,
we recommend that everyone wear a mask
while attending Worship.
Please use extra caution when young children are in attendance.
Online options will still be available
on Facebook @stmarksumcbroomall and email.
If you wish the service recording emailed to you,
send your email address using the contact form below.
The bulletin for September 26, 2021
with hymn lyrics may be downloaded here.
NOTE: A VIDEO RECORDING OF EACH WEEK'S SERVICE IS AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING
ON ST. MARK'S FACEBOOK PAGE.
Weekly Children's Bulletin/Activity Pages
can be downloaded here.
Click here for Scripture messages of comfort.
Click here for the October Birthday/Anniversary list.
Find us on Facebook @stmarksumcbroomall
"We Care Tuesday" dates for sandwich-making
are now listed under the Community Outreach tab.
Note: Postponed temporarily due to COVID-19 quarantine.
St. Mark's United Methodist Church is honored to be the official sponsor
of Cub Pack 122 and Scout Troop 122.
Click on the "Scouts" tab above for contact information.
St. Mark's is pleased to share its space with
Children In The Son Early Learning Center
For more information go to:
or call: 610-355-0111
Food Pantry Donation requests:
Rice (brown and white), just-add-water pancake mix,
egg noodles, pasta, pasta sauce, peanut butter, grape jelly,
shelf-stable milk (soy milk is fine), canned fruit, soup,
beef stew, chili, apple juice, applesauce in individual cups.
Canned vegetables (NO BEANS!) Condiments like oil, vinegar, mayo, ketchup, mustard, and seasonings like salt pepper, etc, would be greatly appreciated as well as sugar and white flour.
1-ply toilet paper, dishwashing liquid, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo,
laundry detergent, bar soap, feminine hygiene products, incontinence products.
Donations of non-perishable food may be dropped off inside the church's boiler room*.
Baked goods and freezable foods may be left in the chest freezer there.
(*gray door with signs at the rear of the church at the far end of the building)
any time it is convenient. The door is left unlocked 24/7.
DUE TO FIRE AND HEALTH DEPT, RULES, WE CAN NO LONGER ACCEPT
CLOTHING, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ELECTRONICS, AND PET FOOD.
In an effort to provide more nutritionally balanced options for our clients,
we accept monetary donations which are always needed and gratefully accepted.
Checks made payable to St. Mark's Food Center
may be mailed to the church's address above.
For more information on eligibility,
go to the Emergency Food Center tab above.
Have a question? concern? recommendation? regarding St. Mark's or this site?
Use the contact form below. We will address your concerns ASAP!
The church Sanctuary is wheelchair accessible by means of a ramp from the entrance driveway.. For those with visual impairment, large print hymnals and bibles
are available in the first pew. Large print bulletins available on request.