Throughout February and March we’ll be looking at one of Paul’s New Testament letters – Colossians. You’re invited to join us as we reflect on what a 2000 year old letter to a church in Colossae has to say about life in 21st Century Pennant Hills.
Over the Summer holidays we’ll be looking at the prayer book of the Old Testament – Psalms. You’re invited to join us as we think about ancient wisdom for modern life. You can check out some of our previous Summer Psalms sermons over on our sermons page.
Our Christmas celebrations this year were a real joy and encouragement. It was a blessing to be reminded of just who has come into the world in the birth of Jesus; the saviour, the king who is God himself come among us. We have such a fantastic king, who loves us so much and who…
All the great fun and festivity of Christmas exists to celebrate the birth of Jesus. This Christmas would you like to take an hour to reflect on why Jesus’ birth is still worth all the fuss? If you’re a regular church goer, or haven’t been for the last 2000 years, you’ll be welcome. For more…
Our current Sunday preaching series is looking at the second half of the Old Testament book of Daniel. These chapters of Daniel are filled with vivid visions that help us understand where this world is heading and who’s driving. You can check them out on our sermons page.
Let’s face it, our senior pastor Craig is a Luddite (ask him to show you his phone some time). But even he knows how to use Facebook. So we have a Facebook page. Check it out.Keep Reading
Our current preaching series at St Mark’s is called ‘Committed to…’ It explores some of the key commitments that go with lives lived by faith, in response to God’s grace and mercy. You can check out the talks on our sermons page.Keep Reading
Sunday, September 4 we will be pleased to welcome our regional bishop Chris Edwards to all of our services at St Mark’s. Over the course of the day, Chris will be baptising and confirming a number of people and we look forward to welcoming their family and friends coming to celebrate this special occasion too….
Yak@Mac is our annual weekend away for the youth of St Mark’s. This year we’ll be heading up to the Crusaders campsite at Lake Macquarie for another fantastic weekend of hearing from God’s word, having heaps of fun & hanging out together! Everyone in years 6-12 is welcome
Our current preaching series at St Mark’s is from the New Testament book called Acts and we have entitled the series The Unstoppable Gospel. Acts is a page turner, so it is a fun series to preach. The word ‘gospel’ means good news? What is the good news that Christians are on about? If you…Keep Reading