St Mark's is an inclusive Anglican church. We are a growing, family-friendly group who would love to welcome you. Why not pop in one Sunday morning? Our main Sunday service starts at 10.30 am and afterwards, we gather for tea and coffee to catch up with one another's news. Here are some of the features of life at St Mark's:
- there's a special children's corner for little ones to play in during the service
- Children's Choir with free singing and music tuition
- We have Sunday School during Sunday morning worship
- we run bible study groups and the Alpha Course
- we have a Mothers' Union
- we host an annual Christmas Tree Festival (see separate page)
St Mark's was completed and consecrated in 1847. The church is dedicated to St Mark, one of the four gospel writers and one of Jesus' disciples. The symbol for St Mark is a winged lion representing the kingship of Jesus. Come and join us and together we make sense of following Jesus today in daily life.
Every Monday in term time, starting in church at 1:45 pm, Praise & Play. Our weekly toddler session for babies and children under 5 years.
Every Tuesday in term time 9:30 to 11:30 am in the hall. The Tuesday Group is intended for mums and those looking after young children.
Every Wednesday from 11:00 am (ends by 12:30 pm) Bible Study.
Back to Church Sunday, 17 September at 10:30 am. Welcoming everyone back into the Church.
Harvest Thanksgiving Service, Sunday, 1 October at 10:30 am. We give thanks for all our food wherever it is grown. Followed by a Bring and Share Lunch.
Family Service, Sunday, 15 October at 10:30 am. A more informal style of worship with activities for all to take part in.
All Souls Day, Sunday, 5 November at 10:30 am. Our annual service in which we remember all those who have died. Their names are read out during the service and everyone is encouraged to light a candle.
Remembrance Sunday: Service in Church, 12 November at 10:30 am, when we remember the sacrifice of all those who have died in armed conflict; 2:30 pm - gathering at Dukinfield Town hall to take part in the Dukinfield Service of Remembrance.
Family Service, Sunday, 19 November at 10:30 am. A more informal style of worship with activities for all to take part in.
Christmas Tree Festival, starting Friday 24 November at 6:00 pm with a Family fun night and continuing all the weekend of 24 November - 26 November.