Our Mission Statement

Our Beliefs & Bylows

Our vision at St. Marks & St. Lukes is to be:

"A growing Christ centered community,

lead by the Holy Spirit,

worshipping God and making disciples.”

WE TRY TO FULFILL

Our Important Values

Hello

We believe that Jesus gave all that he met an open armed welcome.  This is something we at St. Mark's and St. Luke's strive to do.

Know

We offer people an opportunity to know God and come into a saving relationship with Jesus in the power of the Holy Spirit.

 

Grow

We wish to provide people every opportunity to grow in their faith and discipleship through small groups and Bible-based teaching.

Sow

We encourage people to reach out and share their faith with others and to serve the church and wider community and therefore extend the Kingdom of God.

This Sunday
St. Mark's
MARK II - 10:00 AM
HOLY COMMUNION - 10:10 AM
CAROL SERVICE - 7:00 PM
St. Luke's
MORNING WORSHIP - 9:30 AM
      OUR CHURCH'S HISTORY      
Rev Andrews

1883

A Vision for the Future

Rev William Hale Andrews (rector of St. Peter's, Carlton Colville) realised that by only having one Anglican church in the area many parishioners would have to make a long journey to attend St. Peter's. To rectify this, a mission church was founded that would later become St. Mark's.

1884

Decision To Build A Church

In November 1883 construction was started. Land for the new church was given by George Edwards of Broadview House, who also sold further land for use by the church. Fundraising also played its part in enabling the project to go ahead. St. Mark's was consecrated on 29th July 1884.

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Bignold

1931

The Parish of Oulton Broad is Born

From its inception, St. Mark's had been acting as a 'Chapel-of-Ease' for St. Peter's, Carlton Colville. Under the direction of Canon Reginald Bignold (pictured), who started discussions with the Diocese of Norwich and the Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners in London in 1919, the parish of St. Mark's, Oulton Broad was born in September 1931 and Revd J Clegg was instituted as its first Vicar.

1960

St. Luke's is Founded

In 1960, on land donated by W.H. Winter of Whitton Farm, St. Luke's was built and opened on 22nd May, 1960 by Bishop Leonard of Thetford.

st-lukes
Church Centre

1986-1995

St. Mark's Church Centre

With Bridge Road getting busier, then vicar Revd Will Stewart with the backing of the PCC, embarked on building St. Mark's Church Centre. The fundraising alone would take the better part of 10 years. In 1993 M.S. Oakes were awarded the contract and work was to commence shortly thereafter.  The Church Centre was opened and dedicated by Peter Nott, Bishop of Norwich on October 7th, 1995.

OUR TEAM OF PASTORS
Maggie
Maggie Barnes
Associate Minister
Jo_Fowler_1
Jo Fowler
Associate Minister
David
David Hayden
Minister in Residence
Sarah
Sarah Quantrill
Curate
Marilyn
Marilyn Zipfel
Associate Minister