MARKHAM LUTHERAN CHURCH - Baptized to serve.
MLC's Mission/Stewardship Projects
Our Stewardship Committee chooses various projects throughout the year.  If you have an idea for a project that you would like to organize and lead, please discuss it with the Committee, who will either approve it, or bring it to the church council, if necessary.

If you have a name you'd like to add to the prayer list, please give the information to Phyllis or Pastor. If you would like Pastor to pray for someone during the Prayer of the Church, please e-mail him:; or clearly print or type their name and situation on a piece of paper and give it to him before church.  


Please bring your used printer cartridges to the church and drop them in the designated box in the narthex. We turn them in and earn credits for teachers/schools.   +   An official donation bin for Vietnam veterans is now at the church. Please, no old TVs and that sort of thing. There's a list of acceptable items on the box.   +   MLC participates in the English District's "$1 + 1 +1" mission campaign -  One Dollar - Per Member - Per Week. If you're able to contribute, please bring $1 to church each week, or as often as possible, to drop in the "church" bank in the narthex. MLC has contributed several hundred dollars to the district's mission outreaches.     

If you want to help victims of natural disasters, war, famine, or illnesses such as malaria or ebola, etc., in our own country and around the world, but aren't sure what organization you can trust with your donation, 
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MLC can no longer accept paper materials for recycling!  Please leave recyclable paper and magazines in the bin at St. Gerard Majella Roman Catholic Church, 16130 Clifton Park Ave., just two blocks south of MLC. 

MLC will still happily accept cans. It's better to wait and bring cans when the church is open so that they can be left in the west entry vestibule. The money received is added to the monthly offerings.  

"Just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me." (Matthew 24:40, NRSV)

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