We are one parish with the good fortune of having two churches in Surbiton with their own histories and styles.
At St Andrew and St Mark, we try to be at the heart of the community, and we really are: 12,000 adults and children have used our church buildings in the last 12 months, that's over a quarter of the people who live in the area.
That might have been for women's karate, children's ballet, singing or fitness for over-70s: all take place in one of our facilities. It might also have been for an act of worship: 5,000 people have attended an act of worship one way or another, be that a baptism, a funeral, a carol service, or just on a Sunday morning, for, of course, Sunday by Sunday, we worship God.
We'd love to see you there too.
We love to be part of the community but we also stand for something more than just community activities. We seek to find God in the world around us and make Him a part of our lives, not dodging the difficult questions, but accepting them, and trying to work out what God wants from us.
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13 July 2014
Wednesday 16th July 8pm @St Mark's Rm2
Mother's Union: Speaker will be Cynthia Smith, a talk on 'Welcoming at Southwark Cathedral'
Are you interested in getting confirmed? Classes will run in the autumn, with a probable service in early 2015. The classes act as a sort of foundation course in the Christian faith. You may wish to start by coming to those classes, without committing to getting confirmed, and then decide later. That's fine. At this stage, just think about it, or ask Rev'd Robert for more details.