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Welcome to St Mark's!

St Mark's logoWelcome to the website of St Mark’s Anglican Church Pennant Hills.

You can watch a short welcome and introduction to St Mark’s from our Pastor here.

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We so do.

Want to check it out?

Have a look here.

It’s not every day a preacher gets to preach his all time favourite Biblical passage, but our Rector Craig did at the end of our series from the book of Revelation. Here it is:

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At St Mark’s we’re recently spent some time in the book of Revelation. Some people find Revelation a difficult book to get their head around because it is a bit long and complicated. But the stuff God says in Revelation make it worth getting your head around!

To help people do that, we thought we’d point to some useful online resources including:

A great online commentary on Revelation

A simple summary of the structure of Revelation

Some helpful diagrams here, here, here and here

Cross references to the crucial Old Testament background alluded to throughout Revelation

(note that we make no comment about the quality of any other resources on any of the sites linked to).

Of course the best thing you could do is sit down with your preferred beverage and just read Revelation through from beginning to end.

Kids Plus is an after school programme for kids in years 3 – 6 at school held on Fridays 3.30 – 5.30pm during term times. We learn about our awesome God from the Bible, play games, have afternoon tea and make things! (A small weekly cost is involved). Kids Plus will start up again Feb 21. Can’t wait!

Playgroup at St Mark'sSt Mark’s Play Group; meets weekly during school terms on Thursdays at the church building 9:30am – 11.30am.

It provides great fun for parents, grandparents and carers of children aged 0-5 years. Each week includes free play, singing, stories, craft & games.

The cost is only $2 per family. Bring a piece of fruit per child to share for morning tea. Morning Tea is provided for adults.

Why did they execute the guy who said “love your enemies?”

Jesus: An Introduction is a short course St Mark’s runs for people who want to take an adult look at Jesus and what he was on about.

What have people said about our Jesus: An Introduction course?

  • “Very clear and easy to understand”
  • “Great course, well structured”
  • “Very helpful in my struggles with Christianity”

You don’t need to know anything about the Bible and you won’t be asked to read it out loud or to pray. You do get a chance to ask any questions you want.

  • 6 sessions, Sundays 3pm – 4pm. Email us for dates of next course

  • Cnr Rosemount Ave & Warne St, Pennant Hills
  • St Mark’s is pleased to offer this course at no cost and to throw in afternoon tea and a free Bible.
  • To find out the next course dates, to get more details, or to register for our next course just contact our pastor Craig Schafer here.

Come to English for life.

Learn to practice English in a friendly, relaxed group. Morning tea is provided and a crèche is available for small children. Classes will use a variety of resources, including the text of the Bible.

Details:

  • Mondays, 9.30am to 12pm (during school terms)
  • At St Mark’s (corner of Rosemount Ave & Warne St, see here for map)
  • Cost is only $2 per week

To register or for more information contact us.

We had a great time celebrating the birth of our saviour this year. If you want a reminder of why Jesus’ birth is such a reason to celebrate you can listen to our 2013 Christmas messages below:

From our family services: The Birth of God’s king

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And the MA15+ version: Christmas uncut

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Gluten Free logo I don’t know why, but lots of people nowdays have to put up with being intolerant to gluten.

That’s a bit of a problem if you want to celebrate the Lord’s Supper, because one of the two essential ingredients is bread!


To make life a little bit easier, St Mark’s Pennant Hills has introduced the option of gluten free bread at 6.30pm church. We use Country Life Bakery bread and it is prepared and stored separately to the regular bread. We celebrate the Lord’s Supper once a month, and you’re welcome, whatever your stance towards gluten!

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