Keeping up with past and present happenings in a remarkable small town.
I am not a member but always enjoy looking up the hill to that church, always spick-and-span and inviting.
We were married there May 7, 1966. Lovely place.Bill & Carole Klowak
I use to live on 11 Evergreen Drive in Lyndora. Sure do miss that place. I lived in the house that use to be pink.....boy, years have passed. Now I am 54 and getting gray...LOL. Yes, I remember that church, Fr. Dikew. Those church bells would ring everyday at noon and my dads beagles would always howl.....the good ole days, and I sure do miss them and the people that were a part of my life.
Both of my grandfathers were founding members of this church, having left the Red Row Church (St. Michael's). When I was in high school I spent a lot of time on Sundays at the church. When services in English first started, I was the subdeacon to give the choral responses. After the English service I sang in the choir with both of my parents.Joe Lestyk
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