St. Mark’s enjoys a strong musical tradition. The principal service on Sundays is a Choral Eucharist sung to a variety of Mass settings. Hymns are selected from the Book of Common Praise and other sung parts of the service follow the Anglican Use Gradual. Most Sundays there is a motet or anthem.
The church enjoys a two manual, 15 rank Gabriel Kney tracker organ (1986).
Worship through music is an important part of our Anglican heritage, throughout the main Sunday service and at other occasions such as during Holy Week and the days leading up to Christmas.
As well as the senior choir, we have an enthusiastic junior choir that adds its young, clear voices to our praise, and we are always happy to see new additions to their ranks . The parish maintains an affiliation with the Royal School of Church Music. St Mark’s also welcomes visiting choirs and instrumentalists for concerts two or three times a year, and there is a series of musical concerts in the summer.