Welcome to St Mark's

We are a worshipping, welcoming church in a beautiful area of north Sheffield. 

Services and meetings

Saturday 11th 9:30am Christian Aid Coffee Morning in the Church Hall

Sunday 14th 10:00am Morning Worship

Tuesday 14th 10:00am Baby & Toddler Group

Thursday 16th 10:00am Baby & Toddler Group

Friday 17th 3:15pm Messy Church

Saturday 18th 9:30am Open Time

Sunday 19th 10:00am Morning Worship with Baptism

Sunday 19th 3:00pm Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

Tuesday 21st 10:00am Baby & Toddler Group

Thursday 23rd 10:00am Baby & Toddler Group

Sunday 26th 10:00am Morning Worship

Tuesday 28th 10:00am Baby & Toddler Group

Thursday 30th 10:00am Baby & Toddler Group

Sunday 2nd 9:45am Together@10 with breakfast

Tuesday 5th 10:00am Baby & Toddler Group

Thursday 7th 10:00am Baby & Toddler Group

Friday 8th Sew & Sow group trip out!

Saturday 8th 8:30am Men's Breakfast 

Saturday 4th 9:30am Coffee morning in aid of SCCCC and Safe Families

Saturday 4th 2:00pm Flower Fairies - flower arranging, everyone welcome (please note change of time)

Foodbank donations welcome at Bring & Ring from 5pm to 6pm each Wednesday or any time that the church is open for services and other meetings.

The weekly Sunday service is at 10:00am. There is a mix of formal and informal worship and on the 1st Sunday of each month we normally serve breakfast from 9:45

Services following Book of Common Prayer or Evening Prayer liturgy are on 3rd Sundays at 15:00

Messy Church is normally 3rd Fridays at 15:15 for 15:30, check the service list for details or contact nicky.stmarks@gmail.com

Baby and Toddler groups for parents/carers and little ones aged 0-4 run on Tuesday and Thursday mornings during term time. There is currently a waiting list but please contact Nicky to be added to this or to find out more. 

See the Baby and Toddler group page for more details 

This week's news sheet can be downloaded as a .pdf

For more information about activities for children and families, please contact Nicky Worrall 


Volunteers will be delivering envelopes throughout the village. Please donate what you can to this charity. Donations can be posted through the letterboxes at the Church Hall or the Reading Room, or can be brought to church services and other meetings. If you prefer to donate online please click the Christian Aid logo or scan the QR code and this will take you to the dedicated St Mark's collection envelope.  

Looking after God's world

Need an unusual gift for one of those hard-to-buy-for friends or relatives? What about a twinned toilet?

See our Eco Church page for more information

Food banks

Church members have always been very generous in their contributions to local foodbanks. You can bring gifts of food and toiletries between 5pm and 6pm on Wednesday evenings or whenever the church is open for services and other events.  To find out the latest needs and news see the Foodbank page

Ministry team messages

Articles written for past issues of Grenoside News

March 2024 - Bereavement and loss

Men’s Breakfast

The next men's breakfast is on Saturday 4th May in the church hall, from 8.30 to 10.00. As before, as well as bacon butties, coffee and croissants etc, there will be plenty of chat and a short talk from someone's experience. All welcome, bring a friend. No charge. Contact stmarksgrenoside@gmail.com to book. 

Servante update

Chris and Katy Servanté serve with the Member Care team of WEC UK&I. Located in the UK, this team supports WEC missionaries internationally to reach the unreached from a place of wholeness, resilience & fruitfulness. For the latest newsletter from Chris and Katy see the St Mark's Worldwide page

Diocesan Vision Prayer

Living God,

Jesus calls his followers to seek first your Kingdom.

Renew us as we make your love known;

Release us to share freely together in mission;

and Rejuvenate us to be fruitful in your service.

Give us courage, wisdom and compassion,

that strengthened with the grace of the Holy Spirit,

we may, as the Diocese of Sheffield,

both flourish and grow through Christ our Lord



Although the life and ministry St Mark's is maintained mainly by volunteers there are a lot of running costs involved in serving the community in Grenoside. Services (including baptisms) are free and open to everyone. All our income comes from donations. If you would like to contribute to the church's work in this village and beyond please visit our Give a Little page. 

Prayer changes lives