St. Mark’s is a small congregation in Port Hope within the Diocese of Toronto. There are approximately 100 people on the Parish List and each week around 50 attend Sunday services. We are a welcoming, inclusive congregation committed to the teachings of Jesus Christ and a desire to further God’s work in our community. We have a desire for learning and an increasing involvement in the Anglican Church’s Marks of Mission of social justice and safeguarding the environment.
8:00AM – Said Eucharist (traditional language, no music)
10:30AM – Sung Eucharist (modern language, hymns and service music)
10:00AM – Said Eucharist with a brief homily. (Location alternates monthly with St. John’s Anglican Church, 33 Pine Street, North, Port Hope. April 2017 location: St. Mark’s)
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WHERE TO FIND US
51 King St. Port Hope, ON L1A 2R6
As the oldest church building still in active use in the Diocese of Toronto, St. Mark’s has a long and fascinating history. Although the area was settled in 1793, the first Anglican service was recorded in 1813. The current frame church was built between 1822 and 1824, immediately south of a cemetery established in 1819 when the Parish of St John the Evangelist, Port Hope and Vicinity was founded. The church was dedicated to St. John the Evangelist in 1828. That Parish relocated to Pine Street, Port Hope in 1869. The Parish was divided in 1872 and the restored church building and cemetery rededicated to St Mark in 1873.
Much detailed information on the church and its parishioners exists. Anyone interested in additional information, family history inquiries or those with stories and information about St. Mark’s to share, or if you’d like to volunteer canwriteor email the archivist here.