St. Mark Lutheran Church ELCA Sioux City's east Morningside neighborhood ...WELCOMING. SERVING. GROWING. ...a great place for kids!
St. Mark Lutheran Church Sioux City's east Morningside neighborhood            ...WELCOMING. SERVING. GROWING....a great place for kids!

Be a part of a Christian community! A word about the word EVANGELICAL....The first “Evangelicals” were the courageous Christians who gathered 500 years ago around Martin Luther, the monk who taught faith insights so revolutionary that the  Roman Catholic Church excommunicated him as a heretic and outlaw. Luther’s teachings still inspire millions, but at least in today's North America the term “evangelicals” is now more likely to be associated with non-Lutherans.

St. Mark welcomes you!  Most at St. Mark are "members," but many others are friends of the congregation, occasional visitors, and some are also involved in more than one church home.  "Membership" is not required for full participation in the life and ministry of St. Mark.

Those interested in membership can talk with Pastor Halaas or call Diana at the church office.  New members are received at numerous times through the year.  An informational session is often held prior to New Member Sunday.

We say welcome through the Sacrament of Holy Baptism...and also by "affirmation of baptism" and/or a "membership transfer" from another congregation.

About St. Mark

Learn more About St. Mark.  We looking forward to serving you!


Wednesdays at 7:00 pm

Sundays at 8:30 am

(worship in your car!)


Worship ALSO on the RADIO  - 620am radio in Sioux City at 10am


@ 11am

(on our Facebook page)

St. Mark Lutheran Church ELCA
5200 Glenn Avenue

(East Morningside neighborhood)
Sioux City, Iowa  51106


A great place for kids!

Church office will be closed for 'walk-in' until further notice.

Reach us by phone or email


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