Welcome to St Mark’s

St Mark’s is an open, welcoming church for people from all walks of life who wish to learn more about Jesus and Christian faith and seek the freedom to ask the big questions. We have strong engagement with Christian communities and other faith traditions. People come from all over the country to participate in our Centre for Radical Christianity, where a lively climate of debate and learning can be found.

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Night Service
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All age worship
Prayer Globe created on Mothering Sunday
Amidst the congregation
Shan's licencing Service
All Age Music Group
Holy Communion
History of St Mark's book
Selling cakes for Haiyan typhoon appeal
welcome lunch for newcomers
Night service
The St Mark's Lion created by St Mark's congregation
Campaigning for The Climate Challenge

We are an all-age community that provides a range of activities for children, teenagers, students, young adults, families and older people. Building friendship, sharing meals and extending hospitality are important aspects of our community life. St Mark’s also has a strong base of social action not only locally, but also supporting national and international campaigns for justice and peace.

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Our hearts go out to all affected by the senseless attack on young people enjoying a night out with their friends. We pray for all who live with the pain of loss, injury and anxiety and all who may be … Continue reading

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Here is a link to the brochure for 2017′s Broomhill Festival: Broomhill Brochure 17   We look forward to seeing you at this years many exciting events.

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On Saturday 17th June from 1:30 pm onwards, St Mark’s Church is staging a community event with a Bake-Off, Craft Fair, Community Café and lots, lots more as part of the Broomhill Festival. We are doing this to celebrate ‘The … Continue reading

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  St Mark’s Faith and Justice Group has arranged an exciting programme of Sunday evening meetings:   * Sunday 21 May at 5.30 pm (Upper Room) - I, Daniel Blake.   Ken Loach’s prize winning film  about welfare policies and their … Continue reading

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