- Marks was built by public subscription in 1851 at the corner of Jacksmere Lane on a site donated by Charles Scarisbrick. In 1907. The Good Shepherd Mission [LINK to page] was built at Hurlston to serve parishioners in the eastern part of time parish.
- Despite the size of our church, the parish of St. Mark, Scarisbrick is the largest in England!
- We are a fellowship serving a wide farming area with some 15 dispersed hamlets.
- Our worship is varied in order to suit all who come.
- There are close links with our Church School and excellent ecumenical links with St Elizabeth’s RC Church and Bescar Methodist Church. There is a combined Youth Fellowship run by leaders from each church.
- There are 4 schools in the parish: St. Mark’s Primary (controlled), Pinfold Primary (State), St. Mary’s (Catholic) and Scarisbrick Hall (private)
What can you expect from St. Mark’s?
- A warm friendly greeting on arrival at our Sunday Service;
- Offering you a safe, none-judgemental space to explore your spirituality, offering advice and wisdom if you need it;
- Accepting who you are;
- Relevant, inspiring sermons that uplift and empower;
- Security, and support for when the soul is weary.
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