Sunday February 23

Jonah, the sign of Jesus

Craig Thompson

 

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 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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