This Sunday June 17

Going in Circles


The Congregation of Mark the Evangelist values worship and preaching, good music, hospitality and service.

Weekly worship is on Sundays at 10am, including a children's program during school term.


The congregation operates UnitingCare Hotham Mission, in co-operation with other church and community groups in the area, reflecting our concern to address poverty and marginalisation.

We run regular study groups and faith education series exploring faith for the contemporary world.


You are very welcome to join us in any of our activities!


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17 June – Going in Circles

View or print as a PDF Pentecost 4 17/6/2018 1 John 2:18-28 Psalm 92 Mark 4:26-34 In a sentence: What God, for love, has joined together – even Godself to us – let no one separate. Looking as closely at 1 John, as we have been doing over the last

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MtE Update – June 15 2018

This Sunday June 17 our after-worship talk will be presented by Peter Blackwood, on Christian iconography. This is part of our continued reflection on the use of icons in our own weekly worship. ‘Dinners for Eight’ are planned in members’ homes for the following dates and locations; please see the

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Lectionary Commentary – Sunday/Ordinary 11B; Proper 6B (Sunday between June 12 and June 18; if after Trinity Sunday)

The following links are to the Revised Common Lectionary commentary pages of Howard Wallace and Bill Loader, and are suggested as preparation for hearing the readings in worship for the Sunday indicated above. Series I: 1 Samuel 15:34 – 16:13 and Psalm 20 Series II: Ezekiel 17:22-24 (no link) and

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