(305) 444-0425

3930 S Le Jeune Rd, Coral Gables, FL 33134, USA

©2019 by St Mark's Lutheran Church.

Welcome

St. Mark's Lutheran Church has been actively involved with the greater Coral Gables community since 1950. We’ve been an integral part of our congregants’ lives through a wide range of activities, events, and service options.

 

We welcome all

When you come to St. Mark’s we want to you feel at home. Whether you are checking us out for the first time, thinking about becoming a regular attendee, or have made this your church home, you are always welcome here. 

As a progressive Christian community we are an LGBTQIA+ affirming community, working towards racial and economic justice, celebrating the gifts of everyone. 

Worship & Fellowship

SUNDAY MORNINGS

Our worship begins at 10:00 AM. Some folks like to come in early and hear the choir practice, take some time to pray. Other folks roll in during the first couple of gathering songs, or on "Miami time." Whether you arrive early, late, or on time, all are welcome.

Our worship includes a variety of music lead by an amazing choir, powerful prayer, and strong preaching of the Word. The Sacrament of Holy Communion is held each Sunday. Worship each week is followed by fellowship hour including coffee, juice, dessert, and fun.

For information on Sunday School, click here.

Holy Communion

In the celebration of the Eucharist, we believe that we receive the presence of Christ through bread and wine. All are welcome! It doesn't matter if it is your first or five hundredth time, if you were here last week or have been coming to worship for years; if you hunger and thirst for Jesus in your life, you are welcome at the table.


In the Sacrament of Holy Communion, we hold that we receive Christ by his grace and not by our knowledge and works.  Therefore, we commune children of all ages. First Communion and Catechism Classes are offered to children and adults of all ages who desire to receive theological instruction according to the Lutheran tradition. All are welcome to the Lord’s table to receive a blessing and/or Holy Communion.