Warwick - St Marks

St Marks1 

Warwick - St Marks, corner of Albion and Grafton Streets. St Marks is a sandstone building dating from 1868, enlarged 1939 seating up to 200 and two side chapels: with pipe organ (WW1 memorial), baptistery, tower and carillon, plus columbarium. The Lady Chapel on the left side seats 60 and the Warrior Chapel on the right side seats 30.   Foundations, floor, lighting and re-wiring completed 1992 - 1997 and then with major restoration work undertaken in 2016 / 2017.  New carpet was installed in 1998.  Radiant gas heaters provide Winter warmth and new Big Ass fans installed in 2017 provide cooling in Summer.   The nave windows are regarded as the finest collection of work by renowned stained glass worker William Bustard.

In the center of town, St. Mark’s offers:

  • 8.30am Sunday Eucharist (traditional format APBA2),
  • 10.00am Wednesday Eucharist APBA3 (third order Holy Communion)
  • First and Third Saturday night at 6.00pm inclusive all-age liturgy & music group
  • Morning Prayer Monday to Friday at 8.30am.
  • First Tuesday of the Month, Healing Service at 5.30pm

SGW restoration poster stained glass window june 2018 updated version