Open Church

Once we are able to reopen our building other than for services please come and enjoy the quiet of our church and say a prayer.

The gardens at St. Mark's will be open every day.

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Daily Prayer

Whilst the Church building is closed except for services links to online prayer may be of help and can be here

Church Garden

Renovated in 2013, planting was designed to echo the waves and movements of the streams that once ran past the site. 

Red, white, green, purple - the colours reflect the Church year. 

Church Room

The Church Room normally hosts a wide variety of organisations and activities. including yoga, Tai Chi, craft,

music and drama groups.

Sundays is taken up with church activities.  

For enquiries and bookings for group hire and small meetings.  

Contact us at

 

Prayer Garden

Situated behind the church, the garden offers a quiet space for prayer, relaxation and reflection. 

It is set out in three zones, representing the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus. The wide variety of plants are all mentioned in the Bible.  

For information about the plants

click here

Church History

The current church was rebuilt in 1953, following destruction in a wartime bombing raid. The screen behind the altar and some other articles of furniture were recovered from the earlier church from 1898. 

To find out more about the history and the furnishings of St. Mark's please download the history booklet. 

Friends of St. Mark's

We are an independent charity for those who feel affection

for St. Mark's church.

 

The aim of the Friends is to raise funds to assist with the preservation, repair, maintenance and improvement of the church, its fabric and major furnishings, and to provide articles for worship.

We raises funds from subscriptions and donations to assist with the preservation and enhancement of the church and its furnishings. From time to time specific appeals are launched and fund raising activities take place.  

 

Over the last few years the Friends have supported important projects including replacing the carpet in the entrance hall, contributed to the redecoration of the choir vestry and the provision of items for the garden, as well as ensuring necessary maintenance was undertaken.

 

If you are not already a member of the Friends it’s easy to join. A minimum subscription of £20 per year is required. Simply complete the application and other forms and return them to Roger Parry, the Treasurer of the Friends. His contact details are on the forms.   

Application Form

Gift Aid Form

Standing Order Form

You can also contact the Friends on our email address:

friendsofstmarksbr2@gmail.com

 

The Friends of the Parish Church of St Mark, Bromley

(Registered Charity No 801257)