St. Mark's is blessed to have several deacons called to volunteer their service and ministry. Members of The Order of St. Stephen, Deacon (OSSD) assist the pastor and congregation council. They are:
Clifford Andersson recently joined St. Mark's congregation, coming to us from St. John's parish in Linthicum.
Connie Lisch first arrived at St. Mark's in 1988 and has served as a deacon since 1995. Connie regularly assists on the altar, sings in the choir, and offers the Deacon's Mass at Keswick Multi-Care Center.
Woodland Pomeroy completed his OSSD training and was consecrated on 04.06.2019 and has been called to St. Mark's Lutheran. Woodland's training and ministry focus on hospital visitations in the Baltimore City area as well as training others in this practice. Since Woodland is a new Deacon he is still figuring out how best he can be used by the pastor and congregation.
Sue Romanic came to St. Mark's in 1992 and has served as a deacon since 1995. Sue has taught children's Sunday School, assisted with a children's choir, visited hospitalized members, and married one couple. She uses her background in education and human development, along with her knowledge of the Bible, to work with people who hoard.
Our Lay Leadership
Jim Harp has served St. Mark's as cantor (organist and choir director) since 1987. He’s well-known in the Baltimore area as a pianist, organist, singer, composer, lecturer, writer and conductor.
Stephen Kohler, administrator of St. Mark's since January 1988, maintains the parish office, schedules events, prepares service bulletins and the monthly newsletter, and serves as sacristan. As sacristan, he ensures everything used during liturgy is properly prepared and is often responsible for the glorious flower arrangements. Email: email@example.com
Jeffry Spangler serves as our sexton. The word sexton means "custodian of a church." Jeff is also an accomplished musician and has frequently played piano for our worship.
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