9 Cassino Road, Plumstead  (021) 706 3272

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Sunday services

Our Sunday service are the highlight of our week as a community. Find out about what you can expect from a visit...

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About St Mark's


Our passion is to help people get to know God and understand his word better. We believe that God has revealed everything we need for life in his word and ultimately through his son Jesus.

Children's church


St Marks has an exciting range of age-appropriate activities and resources to help children of any age learn more about the bible. Every Sunday we run a children’s church in parallel to the regular service.

Bible studies


In addition to our Sunday gatherings, we have a number of smaller gatherings throughout the week, that are open to all.

Humble yourselves, therefore, under God’s mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time. 1 Peter 5v6

From the Blog

Lord’s Supper in Lockdown – an over-reliance on ritual?

This week, once again, I’ll be putting on my clerical collar in preparation to administer the Lord’s Supper. But its going to feel very weird – as it has for the last few times during this Covid-19 pandemic – because I’ll be doing it in front of a camera… by myself. The obvious question is: […]

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80 minutes of hope isn’t enough

Siya Kolisi and Makazole Mapimpi are exceptions. While we see them as examples of South Africans from disadvantaged backgrounds who can do anything with enough determination, the sad truth is that there are still millions of people in our country who will never have the opportunities these men had… even to have a job, let […]

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Let the children worship

  A growing trend in churches around the world is to have separate age specific classes and activities on a Sunday morning when the entire covenant community gathers to worship. Yet this is in stark contrast to how the church has worshipped for most of its history. Common reasons given for dividing the community on […]

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