MARKHAM LUTHERAN CHURCH - Baptized to serve.

 If the Illinois' Phase IV reopening continues to go smoothly and there is not a spike of COVID-19 cases, Markham Lutheran will reopen on...
Sunday, July 5, 2020, 9 a.m.  

 We are going to try to Livestream our services 
for those of you who are at risk, or who would prefer to not take the risk of gathering at this time.  

IF YOU ARE ILL OR BELIEVE THAT YOU OR A FAMILY MEMBER MAY HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO COVID-19, PLEASE STAY HOME AND SELF-QUARANTINE FOR AT LEAST 14 DAYS. Click here to visit the Illinois Department of Public Health website for information.   

Markham Lutheran Church (MLC) was established in Markham, Illinois, "the Prairie City in the Prairie State," almost 80 years ago. The Lutheran Church is a sacramental church, which can be summed up in the phrase "God always comes down": Grace is God's free gift - "...while we still were sinners, Christ died for us" (Rom 5:8b, NRSV). We experience it through Baptism, God's Word, and Holy Communion. At worship, we meet God's grace in the word, water, bread, and wine. Through these means, God strengthens us in our confidence and faith in him and our love and concern for each other and the world. 
As a visitor, we welcome you in the name of our Savior, Jesus Christ.  As a prospective member, we invite you to discover how becoming a part of our church family may serve your needs, and to explore how your talents may be used in the Lord's work in our congregation and the community.

Come celebrate Jesus!

All we are and all that we have, including our financial resources, belong to God. We are the Church! 

While Markham Lutheran is closed, you can either mail your tithe and offering check(s) to the church, or use Paypal! Even after reopening, you are encouraged to continue using these methods of giving to the church. (You don't have to have a PayPal account to use the service.) Thank you!

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