For some Sundays during the year, the Parish Communion takes the form of ‘All-Age’ worship. This service incorporates an imaginative liturgy centred on a theme, and some lively music. The music may be lead by an All-Age Band, with any combination of brass, strings, or guitars – up to 25
St Mark’s has recently established a small gospel choir, to contribute to our diverse music at Night Service. The choir perform all kinds of music from carols to spirituals and beyond, and is open to singers with limited reading ability. They meet at 6.30pm on Tuesdays and lead the worship
A wonderful smell of food and a lot of cheerful noise! What’s happening in the church lounge at 12 noon on Wednesdays? St Mark’s Lunch and Friendship Club meets weekly during term time and welcomes people over 60 to a two-course lunch followed by music, a speaker, or home-made entertainment.
St Mark’s Faith and Justice Group brings together members of St Mark’s congregation and partner churches who see their Christian commitment as embracing social action in the Parish of Broomhill and Broomhall and more widely. The Group is currently engaged in a review of its aim and activities in order
St Mark’s has a fine choral tradition, and a choir has led its worship ever since the first Victorian church was built. The present church choir is a well-drilled outfit comprising 25 able singers from the parish, who lead the music at the 10am service each Sunday with a huge
On Wednesday evenings during term time between 6:00 and 8.00pm we run a youth club for girls at the Broomhall Centre on Broomspring Lane. This is a joint project with other churches in the area but is an open youth club with no religious content. We employ a youth worker