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St. Mark's English Lutheran Church
Trenton, Mercer County

St. Mark's was organized in 1898 in the Chambersburg section of Trenton and the church was erected a year later. It is a modified form of what would probably be called the Shingle style. Characteristic of the period, especially for upscale homes, tt is the onlynineteenth century shingle style church in the county.
      It has been extensively remodeled and is now the Joe Gale Recreation Center.


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