Pastor Scott Maxwell

Welcome to St. Mark’s Online!

I am grateful that the Holy Spirit has led you to discover our online headquarters.

As pastor, I have the honor and privilege of serving this amazing congregation.

I warmly invite you to join us for worship and to experience how we share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Hope to see you soon.

– Pastor Scott Maxwell

News & People

Coming Events

  • Peter Pettit
    Jewish-Christian Understanding
    February 24, 2019
    10 a.m. in the Seminary Room.
    Peter Pettit, director of the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding at Muhlenberg College, will visit to talk with us about efforts to build bridges of understanding between the Jewish and Christian faith traditions. Dr. Pettit has been active in Christian-Jewish dialogue for more than 25 years, giving leadership in local, national and international settings. He earned his Ph.D. and master’s degrees at Claremont (Calif.) Graduate University and a master of divinity degree from Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia.
  • Mardi Gras items
    Mardi Gras Potluck Festival
    March 2, 2019
    6 p.m.
    Put on a Mardi Gras mask and come join the fun at St. Mark’s Mardi Gras Potluck Festival! We’ll have a potluck dinner, so bring a dish or dessert to share. And get a team together (five people on each team) for the Family Feud Tournament! We’re all one big family so ANYONE can be on your team. Bring the kids! Bring family! Bring friends!
  • Bishop Peggy Johnson
    Ash Wednesday Service
    March 6, 2019
    7 p.m.
    Our Ash Wednesday service includes a special guest preacher, a deaf Bible drama, the imposition of ashes and holy communion. Join us as we hear from Bishop Peggy A. Johnson, who serves as the episcopal leader of the United Methodist Church’s Philadelphia Area, which includes the Eastern Pennsylvania Annual Conference and the Peninsula-Delaware Annual Conference. Her sermon title is: “Can You Keep A Secret?” “I am looking forward to taking part in this service as we continue to model our ‘full communion’ relationship with the ELCA and the UMC,” she said. “My hope is that the deaf community’s involvement will spark some interest in deaf ministry at your church and further collaborations.”