Welcome to St Mark’s – we’re delighted that you made your way here and hope that you’ll find what you are looking for.
We try to celebrate the wonderful diversity of human life, believing that Jesus revealed God’s extraordinary love for all people. We value our God-given gifts which come in different shapes and sizes. We delight in our ability to ask questions of life and of faith – none of us is perfect so we have much to learn from one another.
As we are attracted to the big questions of life, so we also believe that we are called to engage with our world and challenge the barriers which seem to separate the sacred from the secular or which try to define us according to categories such as gender, sexuality, wealth, race, ability or age. We are not afraid of being political but we try not to be partisan. We value the shape of Anglican liturgy and weave in contemporary and creative expressions of prayer.
St Mark’s is affiliated to Inclusive Church, is a One Body One Faith visible congregation and a member of the Progressive Church Network. We are committed to fostering a spirit of openness and generosity.
Whether you are a student new to Sheffield, exploring faith, struggling to keep hold of it, or would just like some companionship on your journey of faith, come along!
Details of all our Holy Week services can be found here.
We are shocked and appalled by the attacks on Easter Day in Sri Lanka, and together with people across the world, we lament the injuries and loss of life. We wish to express our solidarity with all people of faith across the world. We are united with them through our
Equal, the Campaign for Equal Marriage in the Church of England, is campaigning for a change in the teaching and practice of the Church of England to allow all couples to marry in church, regardless of their gender, sex or sexuality. The group has written an Open Letter to the
KIM WILLIS died peacefully at St Luke’s Hospice on Saturday 30 March. Mike is grateful for all your messages of love and support throughout Kim’s short illness. Her funeral will be held here at St Mark’s on Maundy Thursday, 18 April, at 12.30pm. If you would like to bake a
It is with deepest sadness that Kim died after a short battle with cancer. She was with her husband, Mike and died peacefully. She was being cared for at St Luke’s hospice, surrounded by the love and prayers of her family and friends. Her funeral will be on Maundy Thursday,