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  Thank You for the Christmas Gifts - Thanks to all who supported St. Mark's Christmas time outreach to the community.  (Read more...)


  Successful St. Mark's Blood Drive - St. Mark’s once again hosted a blood drive, on Friday, December 15th, 2017 from 11am—3pm in Fellowship Hall.  (Read more...)


  Operation Christmas Child - We have been collecting all sorts of items over the past 10 months, and on November 12, it was time to pull everything together! We were able to pack 36 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.  (Read more...)


  Harvest Home Sunday - On October 15, we celebrated Harvest Home Sunday. Food items were donated and displayed during the service. After the service, the food was delivered for distribution in Williamsport.   (Read more...)


  Blanket Sunday 2017 - With cold weather approaching, our thoughts go to the warmth of blankets. St. Mark's quilters displayed their handiwork in the church on Blanket Sunday, October 1st.  (Read more...)


  Lycoming College Involvement Fair - Lycoming College held its annual Involvement Fair in September, and St. Mark's, as well as multiple organizations attended the fair to provide awareness of their services and offerings.  (Read more...)


  St. Mark's Blood Drive - St Mark's held its first ever blood on Friday July 21, 2017 from 11-3. We met our goal of collecting 20 pints of blood, that will serve 60 patients.  (Read more...)


  Blood drive - July 21 - Give blood at St. Mark's on July 21  (Read more...)


  Outreach Program Brings Food Packers to St. Mark's - Saturday, April 29 saw Fellowship Hall converted into a giant food packaging facility. Close to 100 folks from St. Mark's and other churches in the region gathered to help the poor and hungry of the area.  (Read more...)


  Youth Fundraising Dinner! - In spite of Old Man Winter trying to keep hold of us, the youths’ fundraising dinner was a wonderful success. A little over 30 people were in attendance.  (Read more...)


  Souper Bowl Sunday - St. Mark's raised $132 and gathered 117 cans of soup for the Souper Bowl of Caring.  (Read more...)


  Cookies, Cookies & More Cookies! - The kitchen was really hopping on December 10. Folks gathered to bake cookies for our shut-ins. Piles of cookies were baked and wrapped during the morning hours.  (Read more...)


  Pack 'n Wrap at Redeemer - Approximately 30 people volunteered for our first joint Pack 'n Wrap event at Redeemer Lutheran Church. We had a lunch of pot pie then we helped each other pack the boxes.   (Read more...)


  Harvest Home Sunday - On October 9, we celebrated Harvest Home. Members of the parish donated food items, which were displayed during the service. After the service, the food was delivered for distribution in Williamsport.   (Read more...)


  Crop Walk 2016 - Thank you to all who walked and donated for the CROP walk on October 9th. Together we reached our goal of raising $900.00!! St. Mark's was the top money-raiser for the event.  (Read more...)


  Support the St. Mark's Crop Walk team - The Elkin, Schreckengast, Owen, Fortin and Comerford families are walking in the Crop Walk.  (Read more...)


  It's Raining Quilts - They're Everywhere! - Blanket Sunday! The quilters have been busy stitching and knotting over the last year. Seventy-seven quilts were stitched by our quilters.   (Read more...)


  Fall Bazaar Brings in Funds for Charity - The Women of St. Mark’s thank the congregation for their donations of a huge number of sale items and food for the kitchen plus their assistance with our annual bazaar.  (Read more...)


  Kits for victims of Disaster & Poverty - This summer, St. Mark's helped fill school kits for victims of disaster & poverty. Bags were available in the Narthex, and members filled them during the summer, for distribution.  (Read more...)


  St. Mark's July 4 Hospitality - Hundreds of hot dogs and bags o popcorn were handed out to our friends on July 4.  (Read more...)