Regular Giving

 The work of St Mark's Church continues, even more so during these dificult times. Please continue to support the work of St. Mark's Church.

If you are unable to attend church at present please send your contribution through St. Mark's Just Giving page.

Please remember to tick the GiftAid box if you wish us to reclaim the tax on your gift. You can make a single gift or arrange to make a monthly donation.

Just Giving page

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Shop online and support St Mark's Church

EasyFundRaising  has discount deals with over 4,400 online suppliers. Join the service and nominate St Mark's PCC as the charity that you support - it's free!

Over 4,400 online websites including eBay, Argos, John Lewis, ASOS, and M&S, Plusnet, Sky and Vodaphone donate between up to 5% of the value of your purchases to help maintain St. Mark's church. The donations are taken from their 'mark-up' - they don't cost you a penny extra!

To join the service, sign up to EasyFundRaising and download a small app that will alert you whenever you visit a website that supports the service. That's virtually all you need do.


The website will automatically donate a small percentage of the value of your shopping basket - at no cost to you -  and pass it to your nominated charity. 



New Flat roof on the meeting room

The old roof was completely resurfaced at the beginning of November. The new improved roof incorporates a layer of thermal insulation and is finished with a plastic polymer resin which will far outlast the previous mineral felt covering. The total cost was around £10,000 as budgeted. 

Floor coverings - After the roof, new floor coverings were laid in the man hall and in the smaller 'coffee bar' room. The new meeting room already has a new floor.

Sale of pews - when GiftAid was added in, the recent sale of pine pews raised over £600.

Work scene
Insulation layer
Timber skin
Finished surface

New Meeting Room

New Toilets

The White House

Major building improvements


We have raised and spent over £54,000 during the lock-down period. While the building has been standing unused we have siezed the opportunity to complete a wide range of improvements.

  • New heating system

  • A new small meeting room

  • New windows and toilets

  • Flat roof replaced over new meeting room

  • New floor covering in the Main Hall, Small Hall (Coffee Bar) and entrance

The work continues:

As funds become available we plan to:

  • Install a new kitchen £10,000

  • Decorate the two main halls & new light fittings (£13,000)

  • Improve wheelchair access and resurface the drive/parking area
  • Paint the outside

We already have over £1,000 in the 'kitty' towards the £10,000 for a new kitchen. Please help if you can. There is still a long way to go and we need all the help we can get in order to create a building we can all be proud of.

The church has a Just Giving page. Please  support this essential work which benefits so many of Marske's community groups.

Sign up to our Easy Fund Raising scheme. When you purchase from any of 4400 online retailers and services, they will donate a small percentage of the value of your 'basket' to St. Mark's PCC.  It costs you nothing! Sign up to our 'Silent Army of Fundraisers as you as you shop online.

If you prefer to make a BACS transfer, please email the church treasurer for our bank details.

Regular Meetings: 

Please check with group leaders during the Covid-19 restrictions

Al Anon:       Mondays, 10.00am

Healthy Fit: Wednesdays 5.00pm & Fridays 6.00pm

Sing  Song Community Choir: Alternate Saturdays -

Slimming     Mondays 9.30am -

       World:    Bridget  - 07429 624987

                          Mondays 3.30pm, 5.30pm &                                   7.30pm - Julie 07989 673359

Tai Chi:         Fridays 9.30am


Take Heart: Tuesdays 9.30am & Thursdays 6.30pm

Weight Watchers: Thursdays 9.00am

Yorkshire Countrywomen's Association:  Monthly 2nd Tuesday 1.00pm

The White House is available to hire for your community or charity event as well as for functions such as children's parties, weddings, family celebrations and regular meetings.

Enquiries: Mrs. K Callaghan - 07412 656492



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Can you serve? Confirmed members of the congregation are invited to assist at

the communion table, to help with home communion, or to serve by joining the

bible reading or prayers rota. Contact the Vicarage to discuss how you might help.


David Tembey, Vicar

 Tel: 01642 482896 or send an email via the CONTACT button at the foot of the page 

Sunday Services:

    8.00 am Holy Communion (said)

  10.00 am Family Communion (sung)

Weekday Services:


   Mon:   7.00 pm Holy Communion 

   Wed: 10.00 am Holy Communion


Seasonal services are held at Christmas, Easter and throughout the year

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Since January 2017

 6 Windy Hill Lane,


      Redcar. TS11 7BN

     Tel: 01642 482896

since January 2017

   Church Services Resume!   

  Easter Sunday (4th April)

      6.25am Sunrise Service at St. Germain's

      9.00am Holy Communion at St Mark's

  Weekly services resume the following week:

      Sundays 9.00am Holy Comunnion

      Wednesdays 10.00am Holy Communion

NOTE: Effective face coverings are obligatory (no exceptions!) and social distancing rules still apply.

Please be guided by the Churchwardens and Stewards.

The church will be open for private prayer or

for lighting candles 30 minutes before each service.

Weddings & Baptisms:

please contact the Vicar (01642 482896)

Funerals: please consult your funeral director.