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1.8.2023 - Congregation Council Installed

12.11.2022 - A Piece of Our Past . . The Christmas Figurines

12.4.2022 - St. Mark's Annual Report Issued

11.20.2022 - St Marks Participates in Operation Christmas Child

11.6.2022 - Remembering the Saints

10.16.2022 - Harvest Home Sunday

10.10.2022 - St. Mark's Walks to Stop Hunger

10.9.2022 - Lutheran World Relief - Blanket Sunday

7.25.2022 - St Marks Indoor Picnic

7.9.2022 - Photos from St. Mark's July 4, 2022 Hospitality

6.19.2022 - Council Proposes Revised St. Mark's Constitution & By-Laws

6.12.2022 - Confirmation

5.26.2022 - ELCA Response to the School Shooting in Uvalde, Texas

3.13.2022 - The Wind Strikes Again!

3.1.2022 - Fastnachts - A Shrove Tuesday Tradition

12.6.2021 - St. Mark's Annual Report Issued

11.28.2021 - Making Advent Wreaths

11.21.2021 - Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes Packed and Ready to Go!

11.7.2021 - All Saints' Day 2021

10.23.2021 - Pumpkin Carving Fun


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Christmas figures

 

A Piece of Our Past . . The Christmas Figurines

 

Ever wonder where our ceramic Christmas figurines came from? According to an article in the December 3, 1978 edition of the Williamsport Grit, they were donated by four members - Mrs. Lloyd Cotner, Mrs. Charles Yoder, Mrs. Paul Wolf and Mrs. Donald Starr. They has spend about 2 months making the figurines.

These ceramic pieces are still very much a part of Christmas at St. Mark's.

Thanks to Herb Poff for providing the clipping.