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There will also be a service on Saturday, Ocotber 28 at 5:30 pm at St. Mark's. However, there will be no 9:00 am service, children's ministry, or adult groups on Sunday, October 29.

Everyone is encouraged to worship together at 10:30 am at the Arcada, even if you attend Saturday evening.

Click here for important parking information for the Arcada Theatre


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Serve at Blocktober // Trunk or Treat

Trunk or treat is a fun and safe activity for the entire family. Groups of people and families can decorate the trunk of their cars while children go around in costumes to receive candy from you. It's like trick-or-treating, but instead of moving from house to house, you move from trunk to trunk. Read more about Trunk or Treat here.

Want to decorate your trunk or learn more? Contact Tim Johnson at 630.584.8638 // tim.johnson@stmarkschurch.church.


Parking at the Arcada

Street parking is available on Main Street (Highway 64) as well as on Riverside Ave, 2nd Avenue or Walnut.

  • 2-story Parking Deck at 2nd and Walnut
  • Yurs Funeral Home on Main Street and Highway 25
  • Street Parking along Highway 64 and Walnut Avenue
  • Accessible parking is available at St. Mark's Church

Why at the Arcada?

The church is very different today than it was during that first Reformation. Then, the church was at the epi-center of culture, having incredible influence and widely accepted as an authority and welcomed community member. Today, the church is seen as judgemental, condemning, and desiring nothing to do with our contemporary American culture or world. As a result, the church has moved from the epi-center to the margins of culture.

We believe that the Reformation is still happening. Indeed, our cities, neighborhoods, and lives are constantly being renewed by God's grace! Our goal is to bring the same Biblical truths that were renewed and restored by Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Huldrych Zwingli into today's language and apply them to suburban life in the Fox Valley, today. It's simple: Jesus is still for everybody.

So, community... neighbors... world... welcome home! Jesus is still for you... and we are, too.

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