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Welcome to St Mark's Anglican Church, Darling Point.  We're a community of worshippers that loves to meet new people, whether from our local area or around the world.  We've been here a long time, and it is hard to miss our pretty building, but we are most of all a group of people seeking to live out the Christian faith in contemporary Australia and to support one another as we do it.

If you are looking to join a church, we'd love to meet you. At each of our three services, 8am, 10am and 5.30pm, you'll hear the Bible read and the word preached, you'll share in prayer to the God and Father of Jesus Christ, and you'll hear the praises of God sung.

We very much look forward to your visit.

Michael Jensen - Rector                                                                                                       


Rev Dr Michael Jensen

Michael has been rector of St Mark's since 2013. Before that, he taught theology at Sydney's Moore College. Michael likes to imagine himself one day getting fit, and loves British comedy and Eastern European food (cevapi, anyone?). Michael has written a number of books including Is Forgiveness Really Free? and My God, My God - Is it possible to believe anymore? He is married to Catherine and has four children, a cocker spaniel and a domestic medium hair cat.

+61 406 415 556


Rev Paul Chew

Before moving back to Sydney, Paul served for seven years in Hobart at St George's Battery Point. Paul likes English literature, German industrial music, Danish philosophy, Columbian coffee, Portuguese tarts and following a Galilean carpenter. He is married to Jo and they have two not-so-young kids.

+61 424 441 304


Rev David Crain

David retired from full-time paid ministry in 2006. After working in Newcastle and Bendigo parishes he had been Rector of Yagoona, Leichhardt and Austinmeer.  He has been part-time at St Mark's since September 2012 and recently celebrated 50 years as a minister.  David and Pam have two adult children and two granddaughters.  The main un-christian characteristics to which he will admit is wishing misfortune in busines to Rupert Murdoch, whose Fox Channel launched Super League, which resulted in the removal of North Sydney Bears from the NRL.

02 9713 5335


Emily Murray

Emily has flaming red hair and an equally flaming passion for chemistry, cricket, bushwalking and Matt (her husband). Although not in that order. As a teenager she was captivated by the wonder and glory of God seen in creation leading her to investigate more about Him each day. Emily loves teaching kids about Jesus and their place in God's plan.


Gavin Cooper

Before joining the St. Mark's team, Gavin worked as an IT Consultant for over 10 years. Having developed a passion for ministry through volunteer youth leading, he started studying theology and youth ministry at Youthworks Anglican College, before transferring to a BTh at Sydney Missionary and Bible College. Gavin has a passion for the discipleship of children, youth, and young adults. In his down time he enjoys music, photography, cooking, sunrises, outdoor adventures and double espressos.


Antony Weiss

Antony came to St. Mark's having served as Student Minister at Christ Church St. Laurence. He is a full-time student at Moore College and is a candidate for Ordination in the Diocese of Sydney. Prior to his theological studies he was a Master at Shore having taught predominately French whilst holding a variety of positions including Senior Boarding Housemaster and Head of Languages. Currently on leave from Shore, Antony is looking to return there as a Chaplain or serving in a Sydney parish.

Antony has a heart for the bush and remote Indigenous communities having covered tens of thousands of kilometres though much of Australia's outback in his ever trusty LandCruiser. His other passions include choral music, the works of JS Bach and Beethoven and orthodox Cranmerian Anglicanism as a firm platform for catholic and reformed Gospel teaching and outreach.