Rev’d Sue Hammersley

Sue is our Vicar, she is third-generation clergy, has two grown-up children and is in a Civil Partnership with Sibylle who is a chaplain working with the elderly.  Sue does not describe herself as academic and prefers reading novels to theological tomes but enjoys connecting the stories of faith with the

Rev’d Shan Rush

I joined the ministry team at St Mark’s in 2010 to undertake my curacy following Ordination Training with The Yorkshire Ministry Course. I was Priested in 2012 and have remained at St Mark’s because it both nurtures and challenges me as I seek to be the person God has created

Rev’d Caitlin (Cate) Thomson

07419 213336

David Willington

David is our Director of Music. He’s been an enthusiastic musician from the age of 6 and when not playing the organ and directing the choir he plays viola, sings and messes around on any other instruments he can get his hands on. He is particularly fond of playing chamber

Hannah Jones

Hannah Jones joined St Mark’s as the children and families’ worker in 2019. Prior to this she worked in arts and education for many years, exploring a wide range of visual arts in galleries and in the environment, as well as performing arts and especially music. Having arrived in Sheffield

Sarah Rousseau

Sarah runs our church office and ensures the website is up to date.  Although she has no faith, she is very involved in the community element of St Mark’s and enjoys working for such a welcoming vibrant organisation.  She works part time (weekday mornings), and out of work enjoys travelling,

Tim Moore

Tim does general maintenance and greeting every weekday afternoon. He has worked as a glass merchant and been a self-employed handyman. He has an MA in English literature and writes novels under a different name. He lives in Walkley with his wife Sarah and their dog, Freya, and a cat

John Whitmill

John is our cleaner. When not working at St. Mark’s, he works at the university library, is a keen walker and likes being by the sea.

James Oliver

I have fond memories of St Mark’s attending as a school boy and whilst bringing up our two older sons, Sam and Ben. Maria, Leo, our youngest son and myself feel very welcomed by an interesting congregation we have met at St. Mark’s and enjoy an active part in Church

Pat Hunt