A Choral Eucharist is held in church each Sunday at 10.00am



Wednesdays 9,16, 23, 30 March & 6 April 11.30am Stations of the Cross followed by Midday Prayer at 12.00noon


Fridays 11, 18, 25 March & 1, 8 April 6.30pm Stations of the Cross followed by Compline at 7.00pm

Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross refers to a series of images depicting Jesus Christ on the day of his crucifixion. The stations grew out of imitations of the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem, which is a traditional processional route symbolising the path Jesus walked to Mount Calvary.



Wednesday 13 April

12Noon Said Eucharist (in the Lady Chapel)

Maundy Thursday 14 April

7pm Said Eucharist with Stripping of the Altars

Good Friday 15 April

2pm The Last Hour

Choral Service with scripture and hymns

Easter Day Sunday 17 April

10am Easter Eucharist

with the receiving of the Paschal Candle,

Festive refreshments in the hall afterwards.


To marry at St. Mark's you will need:

either to live in the parish (check!)

or to have a 'qualifying connection' with the church (check!)

More details for your planning​ are here


Baptisms, Naming Ceremonies and Thanksgivings are all free! 

Please contact the Vicar for more information. 

Funerals and 


We will liaise with your funeral director over all arrangements to create the kind of occasion you wish for. 

Costs of a church or crematorium funeral service amount to approx. £190. 

Garden of Remembrance

St. Mark's has a consecrated Garden in which the ashes of your loved one could be interred, a lovely place of peace and reflection behind the church. Please contact one of the clergy to discuss. 

Book of Remembrance

You may also wish to have your loved one's name inscribed in the Book of Remembrance in the church. You can find an application form here