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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

2.2.2020 - Souper Bowl Sunday

12.15.2019 - Welcoming Finley Stugart Through Baptism

12.8.2019 - Pageant of Christian Symbols Celebrated

11.25.2019 - Bishop Collins Presides at Pastor Vasey's Installation

11.18.2019 - The Williamsport Camerata Performs to Support Organ Repairs

11.11.2019 - An All Saint's Sunday Welcome To Pastor Brian Vasey

11.2.2019 - All Saints' Day

10.20.2019 - St. Mark's New Pastor Brian David Vasey

10.10.2019 - The Gift of Warmth

10.6.2019 - Thank You Pastor James West

9.23.2019 - Rally Day 2019

9.7.2019 - St. Mark's Fall Bazaar

8.18.2019 - 70+, SINGLE AND STILL PRAISING GOD


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2018 bazaar
2018 bazaar
2018 bazaar

Bazaar Raises Funds for Charity

 

The Women of St. Mark’s thank the congregation for their many, many donations and assistance with the annual bazaar.

In the days preceding the sale, the Property Committee assisted with moving chairs and furniture to prepare Fellowship Hall and the women’s basketball team of Lycoming College, under the direction of Coach Christine Ditzler, proved invaluable in moving all our donations to Fellowship Hall and the Crossway’s Room. Finally each morning many members and friends of the congregation sorted and organized the mountain of treasures all in preparation for the big day.

This year in an attempt to garner more sales we were open both Friday night and Saturday until 1:00 PM. Our efforts were well received by the public.

The kitchen under the direction of Parish Life fed many hungry customers in addition to our own folks, with hot dogs, snacks, candy and beverages.

Items not sold at our sale were donated to Daniel’s Closet, Newberry Branch of NGA (Needlework Guild of America), Lancers Against Cancer / Relay for Life, Operation Christmas Child, Friends of the JV Brown Library and the American Rescue Workers.

This year’s sale raised $1,668.71 that will be used by the Women of St. Mark’s to support charities both locally and globally. to support charities both locally and globally.