St. Mark’s is the Anglican parish church in Highcliffe, and we hope to give you some insight and information about who we are and what we do.

Our Christian faith is at the heart of our mission in Highcliffe. We are a friendly, varied and supportive group of people who meet together to worship and work together to share our love of God in our community.

This website will give you a flavour of St. Mark’s, the people, organizations and events which build up our life together here, and, hopefully, help you to discover ways in which you can participate with us in our Christian fellowship.

Our Christian faith is at the heart of our mission. We meet together to worship and work together to share our love of God.

“Serving God, each other and the community”

Tuesday

9.30 am - Holy Communion (said service)

Friday

11.00 am - Holy Communion (said service) followed by coffee in St. Mark's Church Library

Sunday

8.00am - Holy Communion (said service)
9.00am - Breakfast at 9 informal worship for all in St. Mark's Church Library
10.00am - Parish Communion
6.30pm - 1st Sunday - Healing Service with Communion
6.30pm - 3rd Sunday - Taize service

Full calendar

Information on Festivals and Occasional Services can be found on the Website calendar, in “Parish News” and on the church noticeboards.
Other evening services on Sundays as announced.

  

’ There was a man who was sent from God; his name was John. He came as a witness to testify concerning that light,so that through him all men might believe. He himself was not the light: he came only as a witness to the light. The true light that gives light to every man was coming into the world. John 1: 6-9

You and I need to be like John. The Bible says that we are to let our light shine, but we need to remember that “Our Light” is Jesus. We are not the light, we are just mirrors that reflect His light.

If we are going to reflect the light of Jesus, we must remember a couple of things:
* We must keep our faces turned toward Jesus.
* We must not let anything come between us and Jesus.

When we remember those two things, we will reflect His light to the entire world.

     

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