A glimpse of life at St Mark's
St. Mark's church is in a rather traditional area of Levenshulme, has a small but committed congregation, and is rather more traditional in style - what people would describe as "Lancashire Low". Having said that, we use "Common Worship" - the liturgy of the Church of England - for all of our services.
Our main services are on Sunday morning and are followed by refreshments.
St. Mark's also hosts another Christian group - a Ghanain Pentecostal Church.
Recently St. Mark's made a lot of effort to sort out the building which needed extensive repairs and alterations. The work was completed in 2010, with new heating and lighting, as well as the construction of a community room within the existing building. Some changes were also made to the layout of the worship area, and the building now looks wonderful. The work was completed with the renewal of the grounds of the church.
St. Mark's has a prayer lunch, and is finding new ways to reach out to the community and serve the community. St. Mark's Church building was a hundred years old in - 2008. It is considered a very good example of a local "Arts and Crafts" church, with barrel ceiling and first class terra cotta features.