St. Mark's

Keeping Our Congregation Connected

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Pastor Vasey

Join St. Mark's for Worship on the Second Sunday of Easter

 - Sunday, April 19, 2020

In accordance with the directive of the Governor, St. Mark's has suspended all activity at the Church, including Sunday and Holy Week services. Services will resume when permitted by directives concerning the Coronavirus outbreak.

Stay home. Be safe. Enjoy Pastor Vasey's message:

Please remember that while the church doors are shut, the ministry of the church continues. Your gifts are always appreciated and welcome. You can now make your regular or special contribution to St. Mark's online!

Give to St. Mark's Now!

Poff Memorial Windows Poff Windows

A Bit of St. Mark's History

The image of Christ appearing to the disciples (used in the opening of the video and depicted to the left), rendered in stained glass, is from the set of windows currently located in the Chapel. Older members of St. Mark's will recall that these windows previously adorned the original Chapel in the upper room of the parish house (now the library). The stained glass windows were donated in the memory of W. Herbert Poff, by his wife Margaret and were dedicated April 30, 1950.

Please join us next week for our regular online worship service for the Third Sunday of Easter.  Watch for our emails, or check our Facebook page or Website for links to these materials, and for updates. 

In need of Pastoral care, contact Pastor Vasey: (570) 323-4619  bvasey@stmarkswilliamsport.org. Kathy Eshelman can provide the support of a Stephen Minister: (570) 220-0774  kathyme54@gmail.com.

St. Mark's Lutheran Church

142 Market Street, Williamsport, Pennsylvania - (570) 323-4619

Pastor, Rev. Brian Vasey: bvasey@stmarkswilliamsport.org

Director of Music, vacant

Secretary - Bernadette Jones: bjones@stmarkswilliamsport.org

Words for the Second Sunday of Easter

A week has passed, and the doors in the meeting room are shut. The story seems to be entirely over. Too much time has passed, too many doors have closed. And that’s when Jesus shows up and says, “Peace be with you.

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