Our 8:30am Sunday morning service combines classic Anglican liturgy, traditional hymns and a clear Bible message to focus on the saving work of God found in the Lord Jesus Christ.
This warm and friendly service lasts about an hour and is followed by morning tea. The 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday in the month we share the Lord’s Supper as part of a communion service, while on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month we follow a Morning Prayer service. While there is no children’s program at this service, it is open to people of all ages and backgrounds and our parents and babies room is available.
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Visit us at St Mark’s at 10:30am on Sunday morning and you’ll find a relaxed and friendly service.
On a typical week we sing several songs about God and his son, Jesus Christ; we hear a reading from the Bible, a talk about one of the Bible readings and someone leads the church in prayer. Following the service, morning tea is served, and time is spent catching up with one another over tea or coffee. A crying room is available for parents with babies to participate in church without concern for disturbing others and there is a creche for the under 4’s.
Kids Church runs at the same time as our 10.30am morning church. Children begin the service with the adults before heading to their age appropriate program (Preschool, Infants, Club35 and SWITCH for school years 6-8). The program is designed to be great fun and relevant to each age group. Our teachers are mature, gifted and trained Christian leaders who devote their Sunday mornings to teaching the children about God.
St Mark’s Malabar is committed to the physical, emotional and spiritual welfare and safety of all people, particularly the safety of children and youth in our church community. Our Safe Ministry Policy can be found here.
Coming to 5pm Church at St Mark’s is the best way to finish the weekend or start the week depending on which way you see it.
We meet for about an hour each Sunday night to sing, hear readings from the Bible, pray and a hear a Bible talk. Each week we have dinner together after church which is an ideal way to get to know people and chat more about the Bible talk. If you are new to Christianity or wanting to check it out, you will feel warmly welcomed and will find this to be a place where it’s easy to get to know others and ask questions about the Bible.