We are one parish with the good fortune of having two churches in Surbiton with their own histories and styles.
One of the great things about this time of year is seeing new leaves growing on the trees, and flowers beginning to come out as the heat of the year comes on. It is a physical reminder of the resurrection message of the Christian faith. I hope you will consider coming to church and discovering something new about yourself.
Our main services are on Sunday mornings: 9.15am at St Mark's and 11am at St Andrew's, but there are other things that people may be interested in as well.
You may choose to get involved in our team that is coming to cook dinner twice a month for those in vulnerable housing situations at the Joel Community Project in Kingston. You may wish to get involved with the Faith and Fun group for 20s to 40s, exploring faith and having a social time together. You may wish to come to St Albans on our Family Away Day at the end of May. You may wish to visit us with a view to getting married in one of our churches.
Probably the easiest way to get involved is to come one Sunday morning and say hello to a member of clergy after the service and they can point you onwards.
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Sunday 5th June
First Service at Surbiton Tennis Club Anyone for Tennis? As you may know Surbiton holds a major tennis tournament in June. The 'Churches Together' in Surbiton are gathering to launch this at 9am on Sunday 5th June. We will be cancelling our 9.15am service at St Mark’s to join them. It’s a bit like ‘Songs of Praise’ but without the TV cameras. And the Davis Cup is open afterwards.
Saturday 2nd July
Curate Laura to be ordained as Priest Laura Selman will be ordained priest at All Saints, Kingston at 11am on Saturday July 2nd. Do come to Laura's first mass on Sunday July 3rd at 9.15am at St Mark's and celebrate with her over Parish Breakfast afterwards.