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1.17.2021 - Finley Matthew Hanford Baptized

12.12.2020 - St. Mark's Annual Report Issued

12.12.2020 - St. Mark's In Person Services Suspended

11.17.2020 - St. Mark's Issues Guidelines for Christmas Eve Services

11.14.2020 - Operation Christmas Child 2020

11.1.2020 - Celebrating All Saints Sunday

10.23.2020 - Crop Walk 2020

10.20.2020 - Harvest Home Sunday

10.15.2020 - Sunday School Blankets

10.4.2020 - Blessing of Pets

10.4.2020 - Count Your Blessings: Blanket Sunday

9.13.2020 - St. Mark's Parish House Celebrates 80 Years

7.9.2020 - Sunday School Resumes on September 13

6.21.2020 - St. Mark's to Reopen for Regular Sunday Services

6.15.2020 - St. Mark’s Lutheran Responds to Pandemic with Online Worship

6.1.2020 - Meet Music Director Sam Robinson

3.17.2020 - Lenten Services Cancelled

3.16.2020 - Letter From the Bishop: Follow Martin Luther's Example

2.22.2020 - St. Mark's Building Attains Milestone

2.17.2020 - Farewell to Christian


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Parish House

St. Mark's Parish House Celebrates 80 Years

 

Parish HouseWhen dedicated in 1940, the Parish House of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, Williamsport was called “one of best equipped and up-to-date parish and educational houses.” It has served the congregation for 80 years. The structure includes a large Fellowship Hall, several offices and lounges, and a library.

Through the years, it has hosted numerous community groups (Boy Scouts and Family Promise, among others).

Previously, it included the “Chapel of the Upper Room” (pictured above, circa 1950) where Sunday School children gathered for devotions led by The Rev. Dr. J. Ray Houser, Pastor (front left) and The Rev. Robert F. Neumeyer, Assistant Pastor.

Chapel Harvest home