St Mark’s is part of the Anglican Diocese of Southwark, in the Croydon Deanery. The church has served the people of South Norwood since 1852. St Mark’s Parish has approximately 2,000 residents. St Mark’s Primary Academy is attached to the church, and holds Collective Worship in the church every week.
As a friendly, welcoming and inclusive congregation, we have a number of social and fund raising events throughout the year - Christmas and Easter Fairs, Quizzes, Suppers and Parish Outings. We have a Mothers’ Union that meets monthly either in the afternoon or evening. Any enquiries for Baptism, Confirmation, Banns, or Weddings should be made direct to Revd Mtr Roxanne Hunte.
OUR HALL IS AVAILABLE FOR HIRE - CLICK HERE
Would you like to receive our monthly Parish Magazine? Each magazine costs 50p and can be delivered to your door for a yearly fee of £5. Contact Jan on 0208 653 0447, or Josh Dumbrill (Editor) - email@example.com.
ST MARKS' YAHOO GROUP
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ST MARKS' TWITTER ACCOUNT (@StMSouthNorwood)
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Churches Together in England (CTE) is seeking to appoint an able and experienced full-time Evangelism & Mission Co-ordinator, and a new half-time 1-year fixed term contract experienced Communications & Media Officer following the retirement in the summer of 2019 of the current post holder of a combined evangelism and media role. For more information, please click HERE.
8am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
10am Parish Eucharist (Common Worship) - any member of any Christian church is welcome to take Communion, or come for a blessing. Sunday School takes place in the hall during the service.
6pm Evensong (said)
Our Mission Statement:
"We try to be a welcoming church where people want to come and worship; a place to encounter God. A mixed group of people who come together in Christ. We are committed to making a positive contribution to the neighbourhood. You can be as active as you like in our life together as a church community."