St Mark's Church, Grenoside

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St Mark's Church, Grenoside
St Mark's Church, west side
53°26′28″N 1°30′06″W / 53.4412°N 1.5017°W / 53.4412; -1.5017Coordinates: 53°26′28″N 1°30′06″W / 53.4412°N 1.5017°W / 53.4412; -1.5017
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Broad Church
History
Dedication St Mark
Administration
Parish Grenoside
Diocese Sheffield
Province York
Clergy
Vicar(s) Simon Bessant

St. Mark's Church is an Anglican parish church in Grenoside, South Yorkshire, England. It is in the Deanery of Ecclesfield, and was built in 1884.[1]

The present Priest-in-Charge is Revd Canon Simon Bessant who is also vicar of St Saviour's Church, High Green.

Regular Sunday services are varied and include a monthly early service following the Book of Common Prayer, a twice-monthly family communion with separate groups for children and all-age and baptism services. Hospitality, fellowship and food are a speciality; when a month has a fifth Sunday breakfast is served to all-comers.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Sheffield City Council A Historical Walk Around Grenoside Village

Further reading[edit]

  • A Short Survey of Historical Grenoside, C. Morley 1984 - local publication.

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