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12.9.2018 - Kids Night Out!

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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

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July 4
Celebrating Independence Day with St. Mark’s

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Our Independence Day tradition continues. St. Mark’s again hosted a front lawn party on July Fourth as part of a city-wide celebration of Independence Day. Everyone who passed the church was offered free food, drink and trinkets by one of our many volunteers stationed along the street.

July 4How much did the revelers consume?

 

The Commonwealth Brass Quintet with assistance from Nathan Fulkerson, Theo Lentz, and Bernadette Jones presented a patriotic program in our nave with more than 85 people enjoying the presentation and participating in singing along.

People donated $401.29 to The United Churches of Lycoming County to be shared equally by the United Churches’ Food Pantry and the Shepherd of the Streets.

The Outreach Committee heartily thanks the congregation for the many donations of candy, trinkets water, salty snacks, hot dogs, buns and money to support this event. Extra special thanks go to the many members of the congregation who volunteered to set up, serve and clean up this event all in time for the fireworks. Thanks also to the Pepsi Bottling Company of Williamsport for donating cases of soda and water. Our front lawn celebration was a wonderful outreach to all as we celebrated God, country and community on this historic day.

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