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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Sermon for Sunday April 22:

No anaemic God
 

Image Study Groups - links to website

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22 April – No anaemic God

View or print as a PDF Easter 4 22/4/2018 1 John 1:5-2:2 Psalm 23 John 10:11-18 Next week, of course, we mark once more the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli and, by extension, the war service of hundreds of thousands of Australians and New Zealanders, and others. Familiar stories are retold

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April 21 – Joo Ki Chul & Son Yang-won

These weekly “People to Commemorate” posts are a kind of calendar for the commemoration of the saints, reproduced here from a Uniting Church Assembly document which can be found in full here. They are intended for copying and pasting into congregational pew sheets on the Sunday closest to the nominated

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LitBit Commentary – Alexander Schmemann on Worship 1

LitBit: …the basic and primordial intuition which not only expresses itself in worship, but of which the entire worship is indeed the phenomenon—both effect and experience—is that the world, be it in its totality as cosmos, or in its life and becoming as time and history, is an epiphany of

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