Thanks to everyone who have responded so well to this over the years BUT we don't need any more.
    The School has decided to close the appeal, so we will NOT be collecting them from this date
    (Aug 2018)




    It's not long until
    Plenty of time to learn how to knit
    one of the many ANGELS
    needed for this year's
    'Yarning' Appeal

    (more about this ecumenical project can be found at the link below)


  • 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

    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 ...

    We look forward to welcoming the Bishop of Dorking, the Rt. Revd. Jo Bailey-Wells as our Guest Celebrant at the 10.30am Sung Eucharist on Sunday 2 September ... do join us!

    And, click HERE for the latest news
    from the "Angel Yarning" Project!


    There's a "Spy Squad" Holiday Club running at St. Peter's Church during the summer vacation (23-27 July) - it's open to children of Primary School age - details on the flyer by clicking HERE.

    And, 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


  • Prayer & Reflection ...

    Collect for this Week - Trinity 12

    Almighty and everlasting God,
    you are always more ready to hear than we to pray
    and to give more than either we desire or deserve:
    pour down upon us the abundance of your mercy,
    forgiving us those things of which our conscience is afraid
    and giving us those good things which we are not worthy to ask
    but through the merits and mediation
    of Jesus Christ your Son our Lord.

    Bible Readings for today:
    Proverbs 9:1-6, Ephesians 5:15-20, John 6:51-58


  • The Week Ahead ...


  • Features

    2018 Annual Report
    A copy of the text of Fr. Ian's Annual Report to the parish, at this year's Annual Parochial Church Meeting

    "Open Saturdays"
    What are they all about? Find out more ...