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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

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10.5.2021 - Pets Blessed

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9.26.2021 - Milestone Moment: Blessing of the Car Keys

9.25.2021 - God Moment

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8.15.2021 - Bernadette Jones Recognized for Her Service

7.6.2021 - Pastor Vasey Celebrates 35 years of Ordination

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Progressions Milestone
Progressions Milestone


Sending our graduates out to the world


2018 is the year we send six of our young adults out in to the world. On June 10, we will hold them and their parents up in prayer, observing the Progressions Milestone.

These graduates are: Evan Barone, WAHS, member of National Honor Society, competed in Basketball, Cross Country, Track, and Swimming. Amidst all that, he also played double bass for the orchestra. He won the regional STEM team competition and participated in the state competition. He has been accepted at Pennsylvania State University, main campus, beginning in June, majoring in Food Science.

Progressions MilestoneMakensi Doebler, LAHS, was junior and senior of the year for track and field. She lettered in track all four years and 2 years in soccer. She attained the Siver Cord for 100+ hours of volunteer work and is attending Penn State, Altoona, for nursing.

Ben Haussmann, WAHS, member National Honor Society, plans to attend Juniata College. He was in the Model UN and Executive Board and competed in tennis. In marching band, he was drum major during his senior year. He also played trumpet in concert band and big band. As to his major, he undecided but leaning toward science.

Dawson Owen, SWAHS, was on honor roll for every semester of his senior year. He participated in the Bowling Club from 7th—12th grade. Dawson plans on entering the work force after graduation, and possibly enrolling at Pennsylvania College of Technology for the Spring 2019 semester.

Progressions MilestoneGrace Schreckengast, LAHS, was a member of National Honor Society, Christian Club, and Interact Club, among others. She was a member of the concert, marching, and jazz bands; wind ensemble and PMEA festival bands; choir; and girls’ soccer and track. in August she begins studies in the Bachelor of Nursing program at Eastern University, St. David’s, PA, where she has earned a spot on their women’s soccer team.

Stefan Weber, WAHS, was elected Mr. Millionaire. He played viola in the orchestra, sang in the men’s choir, and played soccer for the school. He intends to attend West Virginia University for Economics.

This is an amazing group of students who will be sorely missed around St. Mark’s.

We celebrated their milestone on June 10, during the service and in an extended hospitality in their honor. 

Please pray for them for success in their future endeavers.

Progressions Milestone