JOAN Bennet - rest in peace


9-11am Visitation at St Mark's: open to all.
Please enter by the Church doors, walk through the church and down the ramp to meet the family in the Parlor. After visiting please exit the building through the Office doors. This way you will be in the warmth of the building if there is a line. Please maintain distance and wear your mask.

11am Funeral Service at St Mark's: family only

12.45pm Burial at Evergreen Cemetery: family only

The family have kindly suggested that gifts in memory of Joan be made out to St Mark's Church, (please put Joan Bennett in the memo) dedicated to the music fund.

For those who would like to attend the service virtually it is being streamed via zoom. To join follow this link:

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The season of lent

Lent is the holy season of penitence in which we turn again to the Lord for forgiveness and to reorient our lives in God’s ways rather than ours. On the personal level we are moving intentionally from the small self to the true or divine self and on the communal level we turn from the narrow interest of ourselves or our local group (our parochialism) to the needs of the whole community (nation or world).

Please read this document that outlines resources for Lent, including 'Ashes At Home'


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Welcome to St Mark's Church

The Mission of St Mark's is to inspire people to be disciples of Jesus through worship, formation, and ministry in the world. 

Are you looking for answers to spiritual or faith questions? St Mark's provides a loving community in which to seek those answers, frame new questions and learn to experience God's all-encompassing, all-inclusive love for creation, which includes each and every one of us. 

We believe that Jesus showed us the nature of God as loving, compassionate and forgiving. Jesus invited everyone he met into a growing awareness that we are all part of God's loving participation in our world. The community of St Mark's fosters a connection with God and with each other through our mutual care, fellowship, worship and outreach. 

Please feel free to contact us for further information and if you decide to pay us a visit, we promise to make you welcome!

+ Rev. David Gibbons, Rector

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