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St. Mark's Church

Parish of Marske-in-Cleveland

Diocese of York

Archbishop:  The Most Reverend & Right Honourable Stephen Cottrell

Bishop:  The Bishop of Whitby, The Right Reverend Paul Ferguson

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     Revd. Julie L Smith

      6 Windy Hill Lane,


      Redcar. TS11 7BN

     Tel: 01642 270123

Marske Parish Church

Lay Reader:   Dr Janet Dack

Church Wardens:

Mrs. Sue C. Sotheran MBE,

Home Farm, Yearby, Redcar. TS11 8HQ         01642 471662

Mr Peter Tinkler,

7 Tofts Close, Marske-by-the-sea. TS11 7DR  01642 273985

The Church  Wardens

Regular Giving - if you are unable to attend church, you can donate with a credit/debit card


Church Officers & Contacts:

PCC Secretary:   Mrs. E. Fox, 47 Kirkleatham Avenue, Marske, TS11 7EN      01642 484551

PCC Treasurer:   Mr. I. Stoker, 184 Windy Hill Lane, Marske. TS11 7DZ         01642 471600

White House Bookings:      Mrs. K Callaghan                                                          07412 656492


Safeguarding Oficer:          Carole Anderson   01642 479868

Church Magazine Editor:  Joyce Cawthorne, 31 The Headlands                         01642 271419


Church Mag' Advertising: Mr. J Ridgway, 26 Meadow Road, Marske.             01642  961828


Weddings, Baptisms and Confirmation:

Please contact the Churchwardens to discuss your plans and requirements

Click below for more information about Baptisms and getting married at St. Mark's

St. Mark's is the parish church of Marske-by-the-Sea, a small town on the Cleveland coast and on the northern fringe of the North Yorkshire Moors. 



The church stands tall and square, close to the town centre and adjacent to the 17th century Marske Hall. St.Mark's church tower is visible from all approaches to Marske-by-the-Sea.



There is unrestricted free roadside parking on Redcar Road, Hall Close and the side roads opposite the church.

Additional parking is available on the main car park on The Wynd, to the east of the town centre roundabout.


The entrance to St. Marks is sloped and free of steps. People wishing to receive communion but unable to manage the steps to the altar rail are invited to sit in the Lady Chapel or the front row where there is ample space for wheelchairs.

An accessible toilet is located at the back of the church near the main entrance.

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