St Mark's Church is a partnership between the Church of England, Methodist Church, and the United Reformed Church; the congregation consists of members of these and other denominations, or of no denomination at all. We all worship together and everyone is welcome.
With a range of services every week, and a host of special events, there is always something for everyone to get involved in.
United Reformed Church
If you have any queries about the URC, or what part they play in St Mark's, contact Faith Thomas
If you have any booking enquiries, banns of marriage enquiries, or for any other information, contact Sue Morley-Jones.
Deborah is our Church of England minister who came to us from Hale parish. As well as being our parish minister, she is an Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands. She set up the local Food Bank which is operated with other local churches and the 'Space to Be' project. Deborah trained for the ministry at Sarum College, Salisbury, after a career in journalism. She is married to David and enjoys iconography, Biblical studies, reading and spending time with family.
Rob is a Church of England Local Lay Minister, (formerly known as Readers) who has been based at St Andrew’s, Farnham for nearly 19 years. He and his wife Elaine moved to Bordon two years ago. Rob will be formally licensed to St Mark’s in June.
Stephen has been a Methodist minister for over 30 years. He has been a widower since 2004 and has 2 boys; Greg and Michael. He published a book on how the church responded to the new music of the 1960s, 'The Sounds of the Sixties and the Church'. He plays an acoustic guitar, though not, he says, to any great standard. He also enjoys walking, reading and sport.