At 8.00 am Holy Communion is celebrated weekly using the Book of Common Prayer - one of the treasures of the Anglican Church. The St Mark's Choir sing each Sunday except the fourth Sunday in the month. The words of the liturgy may be old, but they have not lost their power to inspire reflection upon God's love and goodness to us, supremely in the body and blood of Jesus Christ given for many for the remission of sins. Please join us - visitors are very welcome, and we hope and pray that visitors go on to become regulars and friends.
The 10.00 am service draws a diverse range of people together of all ages to enjoy a service that is both contemporary in its language and nourished by its Anglican roots. There is a creche for toddlers and a great kids program tailored for those 18 months to 5 years (Cubs), those in Kindergarten to Grade 2 (Young Lions), and those in Grade 3 up (Roar). Children head out to their St Mark's Kids' Church programme during the singing of the second hymn. The congregation enjoys morning tea together afterwards. We would love to see you at church one Sunday soon.
The 5.30 pm service is contemporary in style whilst substantial and relevant in content. We welcome all - those new to church or long-standing Christians - to hear the Bible's wisdom to our modern lives. If you are keen to reflect on the questions at the core of life, or to hear what the Bible has to say about Jesus, or to make some new friends and share Christian fellowship, then pay us a visit. We share in a meal after the service each week.