Church of England Diocese of Oxford Reading Saint Mark and All Saints

Facilities and features

Click on the tags below to learn more about each.

Accessibility

Available in the Galilee Porch near the South Entry Door

Available in the disabled toilets in both church and church hall

Parking available only on the street

Disabled toilets in both Church and Hall

A portable ramp is always put out for services - if you need it at other times please ask. Be aware of another shallow step, without ramp, just before you enter the nave.

Tell us if this is not working for you - sometimes we forget to switch it on!

Large print service sheets are always available at the main services.


Our Building

Listed Grade 2


Music and Worship

Occasional concerts - look for posters

The 1874 Willis organ has just completed a four-year refurbishment and restoration. However, it is wonderful to have it back in action and some celebratory recitals are planned for soon.

Both Common Worship and BCP are now exclusively used in this church

The choir is currently very thin in numbers and new blood is being sought.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Two Link Groups in the parish delve deeply into the Bible and welcome new members

Every Monday in Church from 10 am till noon. Open doors - everyone welcome

Friendly Faces in the Church Hall every wednesday morning during term time from about 9.30 am onwards.


Help for Visitors

In the church hall - available at all times. For the security details ask for the Hall Manager or Parish Secretary

Paper 3-fold notes about the church available in church; also available through the link to the left.

Monday and Thursday mornings as well as times when there are Services.


Other Features

All refreshments available in church are Fairtrade sourced.

Collection point in Church

The Church is at the heart of the Downshire Square Conservation Area

Both the Coley Park and Oxford Road areas of the parish are urban priority areas

Contact the Hall Manager on his mobile - see the link to the left