St Mark’s is the larger building on the site at 41a Winnetts Rd, Daisy Hill. The entrance to the worship space is on the right hand side of the building (as viewed from the street).
The building also contains a Hall which we use for a variety of functions, the Parish Office, the Welfare ministry, space for children’s ministry and meeting rooms.
Church Services are held on Sunday mornings at 7:30am and 9:30am and on Wednesday morning at 9:30am. The Sunday 7:30am and 9:30am All Services use an Anglican Prayer book. Hope Gospel Choir sing at the Sunday 9:30 Service. The Wednesday morning Service uses the 1662 Book of Common Prayer Communion Service. We share a free morning tea/coffee after each Service. Visitors and new people are always welcome.
One of the older buildings in the area, Old St Mark’s was opened in 1901. It is a lovely old bush style Church with original silky oak panelling inside and a historic Cemetery outside. With its warm atmosphere, Old St Mark’s is popular with families as a Baptism venue.
The Saturday 6pm Service in Old St Mark’s is a friendly group who have dinner together after church
most weeks. The Friday morning 6am Service is a simple communion service for people who want to
start the day with prayer.
The Church of the Good Shepherd is at 9-17 Green Rd, Park Ridge.
The lively, friendly and diverse congregation meet at 9:30am on Sunday morning. We like to call
ourselves the ‘good sheep’, but really we know that Jesus is the Good Shepherd. There is always a
friendly welcome, space for children and morning tea after the Service.
The grounds of Good Shepherd include a reflection walking track which invites walkers to reflect on
links between ecology and justice in the third world. Visitors and new people are always welcome.