Mark’s Messenger, published each month, is a successful and enjoyable magazine; open to new ideas and great to read! We aim to communicate with Church members and friends, report activities, share cultural experiences and reflect what’s happening in the community.
We know that many of our members young and old welcome the chance to write for the magazine, to voice their opinions or simply catch up with news, absorb fresh ideas, read books and film reviews and, generally, be part of the lively world that is St Mark’s!
St Mark’s aims to achieve a feeling of ‘togetherness’ from which we can all benefit. By keeping in touch with St Mark’s members, past and present, young and old, as well as the wider community we are making the magazine a vital and enjoyable part of our reading. Why not contact us?
For further information on how to contribute articles to the Messenger or subscribe to receive a paper copy, please contact the church office.
Please find the December Messenger below: Dec 2017 Messenger
Please find this November Messenger below: Nov 2017 Messenger
Autumn has traditionally been a time when Christians explore the theme of remembering and with it, ask some of the big questions about life and death. All Souls commemorates the lives of family and friends and Remembrance Sunday services bring to mind both known and unknown people who suffered or died in war. Both are an opportunity for all
Please find this months Messenger below: Oct 2017 Messenger
Please find this months messenger below: September 2017 Messenger
July Messenger 2017
The May edition of the Mark’s Messenger can be viewed by clicking the link below: May 2017 Messenger
The March edition of the Mark’s Messenger can be viewed by clicking the link below: Mark’s Messenger March 2017
The February edition of the Mark’s Messenger can be viewed by clicking the link below: Mark’s Messenger February 2017
The November edition of the Mark’s Messenger can be viewed by clicking the link below: november-16 (We apologise for mis-spelling the Area Dean’s surname on pages 4 and 5. It is Batchford, not Blatchford.)