St Mark’s Parish Church

St. Mark’s Church was originally built in 1836, in the Gothic style. The nave, small apse and western tower were consecrated on August 13th 1837. In 1876 the foundation stone of the new chancel and organ chamber was laid. The lych gates were constructed in 1917 in memory of the Reverend Thomas Williams, vicar of Connah’s Quay from 1874-1909. The clock was originally made by J. Benson of London, and is believed to have been installed in 1837. The peal of bells, given in 1891 by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davison to commemorate his year of office as High Sheriff of Flint, were finally removed in the late 1990s having become unsafe.

A HISTORY AND GUIDE TO ST MARK’S CHURCH

Service Times

First Sunday
08:00 – Said Holy Eucharist
11:00 – Sung Holy Eucharist
18:00 – Evensong
Second Sunday
08:00 – Said Holy Eucharist
11:00 – Sung Holy Eucharist
18:00 – Evensong
Third Sunday
08:00 – Said Holy Eucharist
11:00 – Sung Holy Eucharist
18:00 – Compline
Fourth Sunday
08:00 – Said Holy Eucharist
11:00 – Sung Holy Eucharist
18:00 – Compline
Fifth Sunday
08:00 – Said Holy Eucharist
11:00 – Sung Holy Eucharist
18:00 – Evensong

Other Services

Thursday
10:00 – Holy Communion

Public Transport

St Mark’s is on the main road in Connah’s Quay and is served by the 10A and the 11 Arriva bus services (Swan Inn stop).

Access

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