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95 Remuera Rd, Remuera,
Auckland 1050, New Zealand


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Fundraising Project for Lent 2019



At Diocesan Synod last year our Bishops expressed hope that all the Ministry Units of the Diocese might play a part in raising some funds for the Auckland City Mission rebuild project, Auckland City Mission HomeGround. The building project is very significant.

 It includes a base for the City Mission and its services on the Mission’s site in Hobson St, a Crisis Care Centre, a variety of meeting and therapy rooms, a Medical Practice, a Pharmacy, a distribution point for Food Parcels and meals, a social café, 15 bed Social Drug and Alcohol Detox Unit, 10 bed Medical Drug and Alcohol Detox, 80 studio apartments for homeless and socially disadvantaged.

Currently, the Mission has raised $74.5 million dollars towards our current goal of $90M. This represents significant funding obtained from government, trusts and foundations and generous individuals. There is a shortfall of $15.5M. To meet this shortfall the Bishops are asking that all Ministry Units make Lent 2019 an opportunity for some kind of fundraising for the HomeGround Project. This will coincide with the wider Public Appeal but is an opportunity for Anglicans to make a distinct contribution to one of our largest social service providers. In the meantime, if you would like to learn more about the project or make a donation to the appeal, please see the Auckland City Mission’s webpage dedicated to the HomeGround Project.




About our Church and Mission

Saint Mark's is an oasis in the busy heart of Remuera, on the edge of the Newmarket shopping precinct. We have been part of Auckland since 1847,

when the first church was built on the site, to serve what were farming communities in the present day suburbs of Newmarket, Meadowbank, Orakei and Remuera

We are a Christian church in the Anglican tradition.  We aim to provide compassion, care and support to our parishioners and the communities of Remuera and Newmarket, and the wider Auckland community. We strive every day to live out our Mission Statement: "To know Christ and to make Christ known."

We offer a range of activities and opportunities for fellowship and personal growth. Guided by the Holy Spirit, we support and encourage each individual to develop their own personal strengths and gifts through prayer, biblical study, discussion forums, participation in groups, and Christian action.

Saint Mark's has a beautiful church building and splendid parish centre facility, both of which are used and enjoyed by many within the church and the wider community. All are welcome into the community of faith at Saint Mark's, no matter who you are or where you are from, whether it is to pray, to sit in quiet reflection or to visit just for a short time.

The church building is the base for our mission.  The work of the parish only begins here.  While we come together for worship it is important that we remember that we leave for mission.  It's been said that we gather together for the sole purpose of being sent out again afterwards!  Indeed the closing words of the service are: Go forth into the world in peace.  We go in the name of Christ!

Peace to you and your families from all at St Marks



Regular Service Times

8.00am Holy Communion
9:30am Eucharist with Choir & Sunday School (All age worship service 3rd Sunday of the month)
11:30am Independent Chinese Mission Service
5:00pm Evensong with Choir (3rd Sunday of month)

10.00am Holy Communion & Fellowship


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What's happening at St Mark's?
<Mar 2019>
Wednesday - 27

10:00 Holy Communion followed by morning tea

Kinder Chapel

10:00 Holy Communion followed by morning tea
Sunday - 31

08:00 Eucharist

08:00 Eucharist

09:30 Eucharist

09:30 Eucharist

13:00-17:00 Independent Chinese Mission Church

13:00-17:00 Independent Chinese Mission Church

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