St. Mark’s is a large and beautiful Edwardian church in a quiet road that has been the centre of its community for over a hundred years. Learn More
St Mark’s is a very beautiful church and is a place of God in the busyness of the world. The church is open during the day every day of the year, for private prayer, to share worship, and to enjoy a little peace in our busy lives. Learn more
At Christmas the church is a warm, welcoming and cheerful place to celebrate the birth of Our Lord. We welcome you to our carol service, midnight mass, the crib service and Christingle. Learn more
There is a strong sense of community surrounding St. Mark’s; many people visit the church and its halls on a weekly basis. But at the heart of all the activity is the witness of the church which for the last hundred years has been the focus of God's presence here, open to all who live in the surrounding streets.
St. Mark's is open daily from 9.00 a.m. until 4.00 p.m. for private prayer, and for those who wish to experience the peace and beauty of the church.
Please spend some time looking through our website, and discover more about who we are and what we do. The ‘About Us’ page is a good place to start.
St. Mark's is now part of an United Benefice with St. Swithun's.
Go to our Lettings page to find out about our excellent facilities for your event.
We currently have vacancies for groups wishing to hold regular sessions at St. Mark’s. Please phone Sue Carter for details: 07811 162539. You can see pictures of our hall facilities on the 'Hall Lettings' page.
St. Mark’s is dependent on the generous giving of its members, and its supporters, to continue its vital relevance to the community at large. We receive no income from the Church of England or any other benefactor.
If you would like to make a donation towards our work please Click Here
Ninebarrow Concert in aid of St. Mark's
We are now in the season of Trinity, when we follow in our services the teachings and ministry of Jesus, and look at our understanding of the three persons of God.
A fun time for children aged approx 5 - 11 years
An overview of St Mark's. 6 min 14 secs.
Watch more of our films via our Youtube Channel.