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    Why not join us for our next joint Service!

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    and if you're planning to stay for
    LUNCH
    please sign the catering list at the back of our Church

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    Further details about our 'Worshipping Together' Project can be found by clicking HERE

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    NOTE: The '10.30am' Service here at
    St. Mark's is cancelled on this date

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  • WELCOME to our website, which is full of lots of information about our Church.  We do hope that you'll enjoy browsing through it; and we look forward to welcoming you to our Church whenever you can join us.

    Occasionally, material is 'removed' for updating, so if there is something you need to know, and cannot find it here, please 'phone 01252-544711, or click here to send a Contact Form back to us.

     


    The current edition of our 'Services & Events' Newsletter is available by clicking HERE ...

    ... and a selection of recent sermons are available in the 'Sermon Library'


    Take a look at our Poster Gallery (see the menu on the left) for details of all sorts of events that are being planned for our Church in the coming weeks ...


    And, click HERE for the latest news
    from the ecumenical
    "Christmas Angels"
    Project!

     

    Meanwhile, we're already planning for Christmas 2019 here at St. Mark's ... by building a
    CROCHETED CHRISTMAS TREE !!!
    Intrigued?  Read on by clicking HERE

    JUNE UPDATE: This project is really 'motoring' now, with lots of interest already growing - as well as a fairly large pile of crocheted 'leaves' for our giant Tree!
    Our recent display at the North Camp Summer Fair drew a fair amount of support from the wider community, which is wonderful.
    Very soon, we will set up a special section on this website, with lots more information, etc. ... in the meantime, keep the dates clear in your diary:
    1 - 7 DECEMBER 2019


    Have you ever wondered how to learn to lip-read?  On our Community Links page we've got details of a new Course being run at the Church of the Good Shepherd, as part of the Diocese's "Hear Here!" Project


    Take a look on the Community Links page for details of St. Peter's childrens' work, which is open to any children from St. Mark's, so do make contact (as detailed) if you'd like to know more


    The Basingstoke Canal provides one of our parish boundaries ... and it has its very own chaplain!  Take a look on the Community Links page for a little insight into their work

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