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

Weekly worship is on Sundays at 10am, including a weekly celebration of the Eucharist.

NOW WORSHIPPING at the Centre for Theology and Ministy, Parkville.

   

Worship and Covid

 

Sunday February 18

"The God who speaks softly"

Craig Thompson

   

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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!

 

Studies at MtE - links to page Worship at MtE - links to page Links to Lectionary page Hotham Mission - links to page

Image Do This project - links to website Illuminating Faith Study Materials - links to page Illuminating Faith Study Materials - links to page

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Most recent updates

Sunday Worship at MtE – 25 February 2024

The worship service for Sunday 25 February 2024 can be viewed by clicking on the image below.  Other worship services can be found in the list below or at the MtE YouTube channel The order of service can be viewed here.  

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MtE Update – February 23 2024

News Advance Notice Congregational conversation after worship, Sunday March 24 Next Quarterly conversation on the Quarterly Essay: Wednesday May 1, 1.30pm Other things which might interest St Peter’s Easter Hill: “Poets and the Faith” Previous sermons and services (video recordings)

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18 February – The God who speaks softly

View or print as a PDF Lent 1 18/2/2024 Genesis 9:8-17 Psalm 25 Mark 1:9-15 Those things it is most important to say must be said softly. We live in a noisy world. The wind howls, the waves crash, the thunder trembles, the lorikeets screech. And then, of course, there

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