Serving one another is one way we can grow together as the people of God. We prayerfully desire to be a church that is known for our Christ-like love, expressed in joyful service.
Online Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that explores the big questions of life, faith and meaning.
Each birth is a miracle and it is good to thank God for his gift of life. We would love to help you organise a suitable celebration of thanks to God and prayer for your child’s future.
At St Mark’s we value our children and run a comprehensive Kids’ Church programme each Sunday of the year.
Designed for young people in school Years 6 -12, St Mark’s Youth offers free activities that suit all levels of skill.
Connect groups are the best way to explore questions and deepen your faith, while connecting with others in the St Mark’s community.
At St Mark’s we seek to show Christ’s love in action and to help people feel valued, welcomed and cared for. The St Mark’s Pastoral Care Group aims to provide care to members of the congregation by prayer, phone, visits or providing assistance as required and appropriate.
The St Mark’s community supports ‘Rough Edges’ at St John’s Darlinghurst in a variety of ways, including financial support and providing meals to their kitchen one night per month (the second Sunday).
Life Explored is an exposé on life’s pursuits that promise us so much happiness, yet deliver so little.
At St Mark’s, we believe marriage is a gift from God for the good of people: God has our wellbeing at heart and part of that can be that he wants us to experience all the joy and security of an intimate relationship.
Marriage Course Online
The Marriage Course is a series of seven sessions, designed to help couples invest in their relationship and build a strong marriage.
Recently formed, the purpose of the St Mark’s Historical Society (SMHS) is to preserve and celebrate the achievements of our church as a source of inspiration and encouragement to the development of modern Australian society.
St Mark’s Gardeners meet every Friday from 9am to beautify the church gardens. We are a friendly, companionable and enthusiastic group of volunteers who share our passion for gardening, while enjoying each other’s company.
St Mark’s Quilters meet on the second Saturday of each month from February to November in the Howard Lea Hall at St Mark’s Church, 10am – 3pm.