Tuesday, September 30, 2008
St Mark's, London began in 1908 as an outreach project of St. Matthew's Anglican Church in the area then known as Pottersburg. A mission was established in a storefront. The current building, constructed in 1965, is the third physical location of the parish.
In 1997, St Mark's talked with St Barnabas' and St Timothy's about amalgamating. The Church of the Resurrection and St Matthew's joined the talks and when St Mark's withdrew those 4 churches merged to become the East London Anglican Ministries. St Mark's has continued as a small but stable parish but with a congregation of about 55 families.
Rector the Rev. Dr. David Norton conducts 2 Sunday services.