Welcome

St Mark's Church, Bordon

St Mark's is on Pinehill Road, Bordon, Hampshire, near the Forest Centre. St Mark's provides a worship experience for all; from seasoned Christians and those just starting their journey.

The church has a wide range of links to the community including the local schools, food bank and safe places. We are inclusive and everyone is always welcome in our congregation

"A Heart for God and a Heart for Bordon"

Coronavirus update 06/04/20

Please DO NOT attend St Mark's for services until further notice.

On the 22nd March, we piloted streaming a short morning service on YouTube: It was received well, so we'll be streaming future services in the same way (available below in Watch us Live), and the services we stream will be available for later watching on our new Services page


Options from other churches and organisations:

Easter 2020

The Easter Sunday service will be lead by Deborah at 10 am on 12/04/20, click below.

There are Easter materials available for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday in the St Marks Dropbox here.

On Good Friday there is a radio 2 programme from 19:00 - 21:00 called At the Foot of the Cross - a retelling of what happened on Good Friday by witness statements.

Wednesday prayer and reflections

Wednesday prayer reflections will be available at 10am on the website and thereafter if you miss this time!

Watch us Live

Watch us live-stream our service, or replay our latest service if you missed it.

You can access all of our past services on our Services page.

Safeguarding

Read our Safeguarding Principles and Policy, with St Mark's Church contact details at St Marks Dropbox.

We follow the Methodist safeguarding guidance.

Links to our denominational safeguarding reporting webpages are below:

Church of England https://www.cofeguildford.org.uk/about/safeguarding-inclusion/reporting

Methodist https://www.methodist.org.uk/for-ministers-and-office-holders/safeguarding/i-have-a-concern-contacts/methodist-safeguarding-contacts/

URC http://wessexsynodurc.org.uk/safeguarding/

There is a useful signposting page which helps to keep up to date with social media platforms and keeping safe online:

http://www.going4growth.com/growth_in_skills_and_knowledge/good-practice-online