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What’s On at St Mark’s Community Centre?

St Mark’s Church is unique in that its building serves a dual purpose within the local community. As a church, it provides a contemporary sacred space for Christian worship, prayer, baptisms, funerals and other activities such as Lent and Advent courses, all aimed at celebrating, recognising and fostering an awareness of the love and presence of God in the community.

St Mark’s Church was dedicated in 1934, is a small modern building and one of two Anglican churches serving the spiritual life of people in the Parish of Godalming. It is situated in Franklyn Road, in the Ockford Ridge and Aaron’s Hill area.

The 10am Sunday worship lasts for about an hour after which everyone is welcome to enjoy refreshments and a chat. There is no crèche or Sunday school at present, but we can provide pew bags with colouring books and one or two other items to help keep young children amused. We have occasional services which are geared to include children and encourage their participation, such as Mothering Sunday, Harvest Festival and the Crib Service, and we also share occasional joint services with the Parish Church.



If you would like to know more about what happens at St Mark’s Community Church, including information about the Christian faith, contact Reverend Sheila Samuels email

The parish has links with St Mark’s and All Saints Church of England Primary School.

The building’s other purpose is as a Community Centre. St Mark’s welcomes many different groups who regularly use its space for activities and it is also used as a Polling Station for local elections.

Mrs Karen Milton, the Community Centre Co-ordinator, manages all queries regarding Centre bookings. She can be contacted by telephone 01483 418741 or email on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9am to 2.30pm.

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