Mark’s Gospel


A lot of people struggle with reading the Bible, and don’t really know where to start. Over the next couple of months we’re going to be working our way through Mark’s Gospel, reading a different story each Sunday. Mark’s Gospel is pretty short and snappy, so this is a great opportunity to read it alongside the Sunday sermons! Below you’ll find some resources that tell you a bit more about Mark’s Gospel, and some of the things we’ll be doing to help get the most  of it. If you don’t have a Bible at home, and would like a paper copy of Mark’s Gospel, please contact Bridget:


Watch this short INTRODUCTORY VIDEO to Mark’s Gospel…



If you enjoy audiobooks, then try listening to Mark’s Gospel, read here by David Suchet…



On Wednesdays in Lent our weekly service of Morning Prayer will be slightly different. We’ll be spending some time reflecting on the passage from Mark that we looked at on the previous Sunday, and thinking about how it shapes or impacts our daily lives. 

Every Wednesday 9 – 9.30am on Zoom.
Meeting ID: 814 1465 7257  Passcode: 764625


LENT BOOK – Meeting God in Mark

If  you’re interested in finding a book to help you understand Mark’s Gospel, try this one. Rowan Williams explores the essential meaning and purpose of Mark’s Gospel for complete beginners as well as for those who’ve read the Gospel many times before, and want to see it in a fresh light. Written at a highly accessible level and packed with illuminating spiritual insights.
Available on Amazon here: