Thank you for your interest in our church. St Mark’s Anglican Church is a community of God’s Servants, fed by the Word, led by the Holy Spirit, reaching out to all people with the Good News: of Christ’s saving Grace and Love, by our words, thoughts and actions.
St. Mark’s is a friendly, outgoing, and biblically based church with Jesus at our centre. Our congregation is made up of many people from all walks of life. Everyone is welcome here.
Through God’s grace and the power of the Holy Spirit, we endeavour to serve God through obedience to His will. We encourage the spiritual growth and participation of all ages in our congregation. We are reaching out to our local community in a variety of ways.
There is room to grow here and wonderful opportunities for you and your family.
Besides browsing our web site, we invite you to contact the church office to attend a special Welcome meeting. We’ll answer your questions and tell you about our community and activities, and you can tell us about you and what you’re looking for. You’ll also get a copy of our Welcome booklet. It will give you an idea of what God is doing here at St. Mark’s. Our aim is to find out what gifts God gives each of us and then to harness those gifts for the extension of his kingdom, and for his glory.
Click here to view A Traditional Church in Modern Times documentary video featuring our church.
Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d love to hear from you.
Welcome to our church family, and may God bless you as you continue your spiritual journey.
Rector: Rev. Craig Tanksley
Assistant Priest: Rev. John Mash
Honorary Assistant: Rev. Eric Lowe
Teaching Deacon: Rev. Steve Bailey
Music Director: Annabelle Ip
Choir Director: Emily Worden-Kwok
Youth Coordinator: Josh Brown
Office Administrator: Sheila Johnston
Contact the church office for information on open volunteer positions.
Photo: The stained glass window in St. Mark’s speaks to us of the light of the Trinity: The majesty of God as reflected in his creation;The glory of the resurrection of Jesus Christ symbolised in the rising sun on Easter morning; The waters of baptism in which the Holy Spirit gives us new life, symbolized by the font set in front of the wind blown sea.