St Mark, Holywood Road, Belfast
Office Opening Times:
Mon–Friday 9.00 am – 1.00 pm
The church is situated on the main Holywood Road going towards the Bangor Road. It has a very distinctive sandstone tower which is visible from all over Belfast. Alternatively the church can be approached from the Sydenham by–pass, by turning back towards Belfast at the Tillysburn Roundabout.
- Rector: Revd Helene Steed
- Mrs Linda Nicholson (Parish Administrator)
(028) 9065 4090
St. Mark’s is a traditional Church of Ireland parish providing regular, ordered and dignified worship. It has a first rate choral tradition and also provides variety in worship e.g. family services on the first Sunday of the month. There are many organisations for old and young, male and female, providing those interested with an opportunity to build up the community in faith. The ethos of the parish is pastoral – concentrating on worship, teaching, preaching, administration of the sacraments and visiting.
In the next five years as in the previous five and the five before we hope to live up to our calling as the new creation where people of all types can encounter the grace and holiness of God. This as always is achieved through God’s gift of Himself in scripture and sacrament rather than through anxious striving or our part.
Sundays 8.30am Holy Communion 1st Sunday 10.30am Family Service, 2nd and 4th Sundays 10.30am Morning Prayer, 3rd Sunday 10.30am Parish Communion, Every Sunday 6.30pm Evening Service
- Youth Fellowship
- Mothers’ Union
- Sunday School
- Boys’ Brigade (not meeting at present)
- Mums & Chums
- Ladies’ Guild
- Drama Group
- Men’s Group
- Pilgrim Course
- Flower Guild
- Creative Stitching Group