The usual pattern of services is:


10.30am Choral Parish Eucharist 


6.30pm St Mark's Horizon Voices Community Choir (Term time) 

8pm Pints of View at the Elgin Pub, Maida Vale


10:00-11:30 Little Lions

12noon Eucharist 

12:30pm Coffee Hour


7pm   Eucharist 

In order to visit us

St Mark's Hamilton Terrace

St Mark's Church
114 Hamilton Terrace

Please call the Administrator on: 020 7624 4065 to enquire about bookings.

Office Hours:

Tuesday:   10am-3pm

Thursday: 10am-3pm

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:

Or use our contact form.

Resources for Worshipping at Home With Children

Check back here regularly for more resources to help you to share the love of God with your children

31st May

This link from the Metro in 2016 has some fab crafts for celebrating Pentecost with children, including a lovely looking red velvet cake.

Pentecost - Metro

24th May

Here's a fun little craft activity for you:  Ascending Jesus


And this is a lovely way of telling the Ascension story with a rhyme you can learn together:  Ascension Story and Rhyme

17th May

Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be an awful lot online for this week's readings.

One things you can do is talk about how we love each other and how we show love.  People show love in different ways, for example in words, actions, with gifts ... Could you encourage your children to think how many ways you have shown that you love them this week?


Here is a link from Sermons For Kids if you want to look at the Holy Spirit as comforter.  There are the usual colouring sheets, crosswords and some nice activities.

10th May

Jesus can show us the way to God and keep us on track - our GPS!

Sermons For Kids. I am the way

3rd May

This is a lovely reflection on how God knows our name and loves us.

There are some good activity sheets linked to it too.



26th April

This week's Gospel reading focusses on the story of the Road to Emmaus.  You can find this reading in the 'Readings for This Week Section'.


Ministry to Children has made available a number of activities including crafts to share with your children.  It can be found here

You can also fins a number of printable colouring pages or wordsearches simply by typing the words 'road to emmaus children' into a Google Image search.

Have fun!

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