Sunday Service times:

8.30am Holy Communion
(every Sunday)

Family Service (1st Sunday)
Parish Communion (3rd Sunday)
Morning Prayer (2nd, 4th Sun)

Informal Service in Heyn Hall
Visit the1202 for more info.

Holy Communion and
Ministry of Healing (1st Sunday)
Compline (2nd, 3rd Sunday)
Sung Evening Prayer (3rd Sunday)

MIdweek Service times:

11am Holy Communion

7.30pm Healer Prayer Service

St Mark's Parish Office:
2 Sydenham Avenue,
Belfast BT4 2DR,
Northern Ireland.
Telephone: 028 9065 4090


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What do Guides Do?

Guides enjoy themselves! They take part in indoor and outdoor activities that challenge them to do their best. Their meetings are action packed and full of challenges, games and activities, usually ones that the guides have suggested themselves. Guides find their own level and do their best for themselves, and they always have fun doing it.

A Worldwide Movement

As a Guide your daughter is a member of Girlguiding UK, the biggest voluntary organisation for girls and young women in the UK with about 580.000 members. There are organisations throughout the world and Girlguiding UK is a founder member of the world association that unites them.

Who can be a Guide?

Any girl aged ten to fourteen can be a guide. Membership of Girlguiding UK is voluntary and is open to any girl regardless of faith, race, culture, nationality or any other circumstance.

St Mark’s Girl Guides

We meet in the church hall on Monday evenings during term time 6.30pm-8.00pm. We currently have a waiting list for place.

St. Mark’s Rangers

For older girls aged 14+ we have a newly formed Ranger unit that meets every second Monday in various locations depending on our programme.

For further information on Guides of Rangers please contact the leader – Lois Kennedy on 90 790286

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