Worship & Music


God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth. Revelation 4.11

Weekly celebrations

Gathering procession

Choral Eucharist

Children in worship

Family Service

Sundays - in church and online

8.00am Choral Eucharist
A liturgical sung Communion with robed choir
10.00am Family Church @ 10
A service for all ages with contemporary music
Sunday Club for toddlers and children during school term
Communion (first Sundays)
Read more about Family Church @ 10


4.00pm Parish Prayers - suspended
Meeting quarterly, this time of prayer also includes songs and readings in the tradition of Taizé.
More information on the Taizé@St Mark's webpage.


5.00pm Christian meditation - suspended
A time of guided prayer marked by silence, stillness, and simplicity. Further details on Meditation web page

Nursing homes

Extended Communion - suspended
A short said service with a brief reflection at various local nursing homes. Enquiries to Seniors' Minister Doug Golding.

Home visits

In homes Home Communion - suspended
If you are unable to come to church, communion may be brought to you in your home, nursing home or hospital. Enquiries to Communion Assistant Bruce Cooke.


Along with the universal Church, St Mark's celebrates special events of Jesus' life, the lives of men and women who have followed Christ, and other special events in our world. More details here.


St Mark's uses the resources of A Prayer Book for Australian 1995 and other authorised prayer books for the basis of our community worship. We employ appropriate and contemporary ritual to enhance worship.

Liturgical reform is embraced at St Mark's, with a team of 'ministers' who contribute to worship: the presider, the preacher, lay assistants, servers, musicians and choristers, intercessors, readers, welcomers, presenters of the offertory, and the proclaimer of notices and concerns of the church.

For further information contact the Rector.

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