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  • St Mark’s Reigate is part of the Church of England within the Diocese of Southwark. You will find a warm welcome at all of our services, either on a Sunday, during the week or at our family-friendly Messy Church.

    Details of our services and information about baptisms (christenings), weddings and funerals can be found via the ‘Services’ menu.  Our Church Hall and centre is equipped with a fully-lit stage, kitchen and multiple rooms. All are available for events, parties and concerts.

    Everyone is very welcome to enter St Mark’s peaceful space for quiet time, prayer or simply to appreciate this beautiful building.

    The Vicar writes: "St Mark's is a community where everyone is valued and where everyone can explore God's love for humanity.  We worship God, we explore the Christian faith together, we care for the sick and vulnerable, we care for all around us."

     

     
     
     

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  • Messy ChruchMessy Church - Sunday 17th September 2017 @ 4pmMessy Chruch

     
     
     

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  • Latest Parish News

    Vintage Tea at St Mark's Church
    Are you, or someone you know, able to donate unwanted cups & saucers, teapots, and cake stands to start a new ‘Vintage Tea’ morning at St Marks?

    Forewarned is Forearmed
    In an ever-advancing technological world, we are becoming less and less aware of the dangers that lurk behind the computer screen.

    Community lunch - Sunday 9th July
    The next lunch is on 9 July. If you can provide potatoes, carrots or fruit crumble please sign up at the back of church.

    Pastoral Team Visits
    St Mark’s Church Pastoral team is available to support and help anyone in need in our community.

    Reigate Harp Ensemble
    The Reigate Harp Ensemble are giving a concert at St Mark's on Saturday 1 July at 7.00pm in aid of Oasis Kindergarten in Kenya. All are welcome.

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    The cost of applying for citizenship in the UK is too high, unfair, and risks undoing the work of integration, General Synod was told today.

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