Worship at St Mark’s

About us

Prayer, Meditation, Worship

Whether you’re new to faith, just visiting, or looking for a community, we welcome you to join us at our various services. These services are run by staff and faculty of St Mark’s and are open to the public as well as all students and staff. Free parking is available.

Chapel

Mid-week worship

Chapel

Join us at our mid-week service in our chapel as we set aside time to worship and meditate in community. Director of St Mark’s Rev’d Dr Andrew Cameron gives the homily on Wednesdays.

When

  • Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during term time
  • 10.30am to 10.45am

For further enquiries, just contact us.

Basement Ministries

Faith in the Heart of Canberra

Basement Ministries

Basement is a church that meets in the heart of Canberra that believes the values of Jesus need to be lived out on a scale where distance is measured by how far you can walk and where relationships move at the speed of drinking hot coffee.

We’re a community that embodies generous orthodoxy. We believe that Christians need to know God more deeply and listen more carefully to a changing world. We need to be both faithful and curious, engaged and enquiring.

We’re an initiative of the Anglican Church but don’t expect much liturgy. Our worship is relaxed and characterised by conversation and discussion.

When

  • Sundays 10.00am for morning coffee, and worship and discussion after (Check website before in case of changes)
  • Kids class available
Basement website
Prime

Daybreak with God

Prime

Can’t get to church on a Sunday? Exploring your faith? Or maybe you’re not quite ready for “church”?

Start your Friday with us at Prime. Each Friday morning, we’ll have a casual discussion around a bible text followed by some form of prayer or meditation and an optional communion. Breakfast is provided after. Worship finishes around 8am, giving you plenty of time to get away to work. All are very welcome — come as you are!

When

  • Fridays 7:30am to 8:15am

Got questions? Please contact Emma Street.

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