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12.9.2018 - Kids Night Out!

11.18.2018 - Packing for Operation Christmas Child

11.6.2018 - All Saints Day 2018

10.28.2018 - Pumpkins!

10.18.2018 - Harvest Home Celebration

10.18.2018 - Celebrating Blanket Sunday

10.14.2018 - Blessing of the Keys

9.23.2018 - Bazaar Raises Funds for Charity

8.19.2018 - Milestone: Praising God for More than 70 years

7.17.2018 - Family Fishing Derby

7.9.2018 - Celebrating Independence Day with St. Mark’s

7.9.2018 - Photos from July 4 Hospitality

6.28.2018 - Photos from Wizards & Wonders VBS

6.10.2018 - Progressions Milestone

5.6.2018 - Three Nominated for Council Seats

5.6.2018 - Successful Meal Packaging Event at St. Mark's

5.5.2018 - 2018 Annual Report Book Issued 

3.28.2018 - Celebrating the Passover Seder

3.27.2018 - March Lunch & Fellowship

2.26.2018 - You Can Help . . . Meal Packaging Event

2.26.2018 - Prayer Pillow Milestone

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Williamsport Civic Chorus
Williamsport Civic Chorus Concert
& Kids’ Night Out



Kids night outPlan now for next Christmas! Ok I know it is too early, but you won’t want to miss the Williamsport Civic Chorus performance at St. Mark’s next year.

On December 9 they gave a gloriously unique performance of the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, with assistance from a few of our talented St. Mark’s musicians. The nave looked magical in the candlelight, and the music was the perfect way to inspire the spirit of the season.

Following the concert, all adjourned to Fellowship Hall for delicious refreshments.

Kids night outSounds easy doesn’t it? Well, it took a lot of effort on the part of our young people to transform Fellowship Hall from the playground of the annual Kids’ Night Out to the proper setting for a concert reception.

Thanks to our “elves:” Grace Schreckengast, Ben and Hannah Haussmann, Sadie and Taylor Wentzel, and Sean Jensen. The children in their charge were able to enjoy cookie baking, craft making, and the opportunity to take home a homemade ornament as a gift for their families.

A busy night for St. Mark’s, a magical evening for all who participated.