St Mark's Church, Horsham
Knowing Christ and making Him known

Welcome to St. Mark's

St. Mark’s Church in the Parish of Horsham, is a place where you’ll be assured of a warm welcome. Everyone has a place in our active and growing church which serves the Holbrook and North Heath areas in the north of the town.
Our church’s mission statement – Knowing Christ and making Him known – reflects our desire to grow stronger in our faith, and to be the people of God by serving our community.
Although our services are distinctively Anglican, we have a variety of different worship styles. Our 8:30 am service is a traditional service of Holy Communion, whilst our 10.30 am service, during which we offer young people’s groups, is more informal in nature.
Additionally we have our evening Cafe Praise service from 7.00pm on the first and third Sundays of the month, and a Wednesday 9.45am Book of Common Prayer service.

We look forward to seeing you soon.
Richard Coldicott  (Vicar of St. Mark’s)

St Mark's Twitter Account  
St Mark's has our own Twitter account which is used to communicate information about what's going on. If you are a Twitter user please follow us at the following address:   @StMarksHorsham.

For further information about St. Mark's please contact Rachael in the church office: 01403 261380

St Mark's Church
St Mark's Lane
RH12 5PU

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For details of services, events and courses happening this week and in the future at St. Mark's.

Alpha - Next Course tbc  Alpha Course
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Recent Sermons (from start of 2014) and  Past Sermons (until end of 2013)
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Want to view the text of a sermon?

NEW 2014 Sermons (audio and text) are stored on Dropbox (no installation of software or app required). This includes Cafe Praise and Lent Course talks. To access click the above link then:

1. Click the sermon folder (listed by date and title)

2. Click the audio (mp3) or text (pdf) file

3. Click the download button

Men's Ministry
Men's Ministry has a new revitalised programme for 2014. Follow the above link for details.

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