Everybody is welcome to join us for any of our services, even if you are just curious!
The usual pattern of services is:
10.30am Choral Parish Mass (Eucharist)
On the 4th Sunday of the month (apart from in August) we have Choral Evensong at 6pm.
6.00pm St Mark's Horizon Voices Community Choir (Term time)
12:30pm Coffee Hour
7pm BCP Eucharist
We are currently streaming the services over Facebook as well as welcoming people into the cchurch building. We invite you to please wear a mask to help protect others if you intend to come in person.
St Mark's Hamilton Terrace
St Mark's Church
114 Hamilton Terrace
Please call the Administrator on: 020 7624 4065 to enquire about bookings.
To discuss weddings, Christenings or to speak to a priest for any other reason Tel: 020 7328 4373 (vicar) Please note: the vicar is unable to help with hall bookings.
E-mail the parish office on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or use our contact form.
The thought of coming to church can feel more than a little daunting. You will probably have a number of questions and reasons why it’s not a good idea. We have highlighted some common reasons why people worry about attending, and tried to provide some reassurance that it might be better than you fear!
Nor do we sometimes, but we’ll help you and not try to catch you out. And anyway, who cares if someone sits down when everyone else is standing up!
That'll last until you walk through the door. We're just the same as you - local people from in and around the area - and cannibalism died out round here a few years back . . .
That's really bad, and we're sorry you experienced that. Give us a chance to make that up to you.
Great; we love noisy children: each one created uniquely in the image of God. And anyway, the vicar can be quite noisy too!
Church is HOW we get our life together; a place for new beginnings and a place for belonging.
CORRECT! and there's plenty of room for more . . . Imperfect people are especially welcome.
YES. The code is 'wear some clothes'. Come as you are.
Absolutely FINE! But you can still belong and be part of a group of people journeying together to learn how to love. Doubters are always very welcome.
If you know us, and what we’ve done, you wouldn’t be worried. Forgiveness is at the heart of the Christian message. It’s OK to not be OK.
SO? Church is not about a religion – it’s about relationship: relationship with God and relationship with each other.