Dec 28 - Christmas Outreach Report
Dec 27 - Christmas Carol Success
Dec 10 - Making Advent Wreaths
Dec 2 - First Communion Celebrated
Nov 8 - Annual Corning Glass Museum Trip
Nov 1 - All Saints Sunday
Oct 29 - Riding the Hay Wagon
Oct 18 - Crop Walk 2014
Sep 15 - Fall Bazaar a Success!
Aug 18 - 2014 School of Religion Scheduled
Aug 6 - Progressions Milestone
Jul 23 - Recognizing our volunteers
Jul 13 - Cooking with blueberries!
Jul 4 - July 4 Hospitality
Jun 8 - St. Mark's Summer picnic
May 28 - Congratulations to our Graduates!!
May 28 - Wilderness Escape VBS at St. Mark's
Apr 20 - Egg hunt and breakfast cheer kids
Apr 12 - Catechetical Trip to Gettysburg
Apr 12 - Easter Candy Making
Mar 30 - Holy Week Services Scheduled
Mar 12 - Roller Skating Outing
Feb 23 - Prayer Pillows!
On December 15, 2014 the Elves of St. Mark’s traveled to the Selinsgrove Center to once again share stories, songs and gifts with the seventeen ladies of CM-6 and their caregivers. The bottles of body wash and cups of pudding that were donated were part of a gift pack each lady received. The caregivers received dozens of homemade cookies, candy and a holiday floral arrangement created by Pastor.
It was a very special evening for the ladies and our elves.
A special thank you goes to Cheryl Williams for providing the many homemade cookies the caregivers received. And finally thank you to the congregation for their donations of body wash, pudding and money to fill in with the gifting. We were blessed to receive more from the ladies and their caregivers than we gave.
The residents of Danville State Hospital received more than 31 articles of new clothing, 8 pairs of socks, 2 packages of socks, 5 packages of undies, 2 pairs of gloves, 3 watches, 6 activity books and 2 wallets. Our donated items were designated as general gifts that were used where they were most needed.
A member of Redeemer Lutheran Church graciously agreed to deliver our donations to the hospital with those of Redeemer Lutheran Church. That was a blessing to me as the coordinator of this project.
These gestures of Christmas spirit given by our congregation were sure to comfort the individuals receiving them in Christ’s name.