St.Mark's

Not just a church, but a family.

St. Mark's is an Anglican Church community with its home in Smith's Parish, Bermuda. We welcome all people of any age, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, class, ability, language, or cultural background.

Join us at 8am for our Peaceful Worship, 9.30am for our all-age Contemporary Worship with groups for Children and Young People, or at 10.30am for a Holy Communion at our sister church, Holy Trinity in Hamilton Parish.

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"Come to me all you who are heavy burdened and I will give you rest!" This Sunday, join us at 9.30am for our all-age worship with groups for children and teens! ... See MoreSee Less

Come to me all you who are heavy burdened and I will give you rest! This Sunday, join us at 9.30am for our all-age worship with groups for children and teens!

Our Sunday Worship is up on YouTube with Chapters! youtu.be/aUUPxvD3ggU ... See MoreSee Less

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Dear Church.

1. Edna Bean-Reid's funeral will take place on Monday 30th at 11am at St. Mark's.

2. A reminder that there is no InnSights tonight as the Swizzle is closed. Normal service resumes next week!

3. Does anyone have any shelving, metal or storage they would be willing to donate to the Lord's Larder?

Thank you.
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This coming week is the week of Prayer for Christian Unity and our Sunday theme will be Unity. At our 9.30am worship there will be groups for children and young people.

Just a thought from me... church isn't something we attend... we *are* the church. I know it's not cool or trendy to worship on a Sunday morning, and that it takes a lot of effort to get ourselves out of bed, let alone 'rally the troops'. Many of us work long and hard during the week, and trust me, there are times I wonder if I would make the effort if I wasn't the minister!

But...

Worship changes us from the inside out as we meet with God.

Worship gives us an opportunity to be encouraged and supported.

Worship gives us an opportunity to bless others.

I truly believe - with all my heart - that God has a mission and ministry for each one of us, and that we are called to exercise that mission and ministry together as one family.

Perhaps, this Sunday, be ready to turn up early, make new friends, be expectant that God will speak to you and through you. We pretty much only meet up once a week and I am grateful that many of us work hard to help us engage with God through music, talks, prayers, children's groups, refreshments, and more.

If there's anything I or the team can do to make it easier for you, let me know! And if you want to muck in and be involved then that would be awesome!

Together, at St. Mark's we can make a difference - in our own lives, in our relationships, and in the environment, as we proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and be witnesses to his love.

This Sunday is going to be awesome! How do I know? Because God is going to show up, and so are his kids.

Heaps of Peace

Rev Gav
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This coming week is the week of Prayer for Christian Unity and our Sunday theme will be Unity. At our 9.30am worship there will be groups for children and young people. 

Just a thought from me... church isnt something we attend... we *are* the church. I know its not cool or trendy to worship on a Sunday morning, and that it takes a lot of effort to get ourselves out of bed, let alone rally the troops. Many of us work long and hard during the week, and trust me, there are times I wonder if I would make the effort if I wasnt the minister!

But...

Worship changes us from the inside out as we meet with God.

Worship gives us an opportunity to be encouraged and supported.

Worship gives us an opportunity to bless others.

I truly believe - with all my heart - that God has a mission and ministry for each one of us, and that we are called to exercise that mission and ministry together as one family.

Perhaps, this Sunday, be ready to turn up early, make new friends, be expectant that God will speak to you and through you. We pretty much only meet up once a week and I am grateful that many of us work hard to help us engage with God through music, talks, prayers, childrens groups, refreshments, and more.

If theres anything I or the team can do to make it easier for you, let me know! And if you want to muck in and be involved then that would be awesome!

Together, at St. Marks we can make a difference - in our own lives, in our relationships, and in the environment, as we proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and be witnesses to his love.

This Sunday is going to be awesome! How do I know? Because God is going to show up, and so are his kids.

Heaps of Peace

Rev Gav

This week's worship on the theme Lamb of God: www.youtube.com/watch?v=eK8-q9nzNok ... See MoreSee Less

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We need your help...

In 2015, St.Mark's began a capital campaign to raise funds to complete important renovations on the St.Mark's campus. At the time sufficient funds were not raised and so the church took out a load with Clarien Bank. We need your help to pay off this loan.

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