Welcome to St Mark’s Uniting Church Mornington.
We invite you to explore this site and gather details about our church family and activities. There are many opportunities for you to share friendships, talents and fun as you journey with God. Be assured of our love and prayers for you and your family. We are all individuals and St Mark’s welcomes everyone just as they are. We are a community of people on a faith journey and we expect that you are too. Our aim is that at St Mark’s, you will encounter a fellowship of faith offering enrichment and hope.
Sunday Morning Services are held at 10.00am on site and are available by ZOOM or Dial in by Phone during COVID-19 restrictions.
During lockdown we will be worshipping at 10 am on zoom
Please use the following link or login details
Meeting ID: 979 4608 4789
You can Dial In By Phone.
One tap mobile
To Join the Church Service by DIAL IN BY PHONE
Landline 03 7018 2005 (mobile +61370182005) then use Meeting ID 97946084789 and password 139755 when prompted
If you press *6 on your mobile or landline it will mute and unmute the phone
People on zoom are welcome to chat to others who are at the Service after the Service has concluded by staying on line.
St. Mark’s now has a YouTube presence to assist in keeping you informed. Most Sunday services are stored on this site.
To visit the site go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCml6on_GmBV_h31aTJ5TfjA or search Google: YouTube Mornington
Street Address: 50 Barkly St., Mornington 3931 (Cnr Waterloo Place & Barkly St.)
Postal Address: PO Box 832, Mornington VIC 3931
Office Hours: 9.00am – 12.00 noon Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
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Rev Joy Blamires
E: email@example.com P: 0400 066 247
Office Administrator (Part Time – 9.00am – 12.00 noon Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday):
E: stmark’firstname.lastname@example.org P: 5975 1943
How to Find Us
Cnr Waterloo Place & Barkly St Mornington VIC 3931. Off Street parking is available at the Church and in the council car park opposite the Church in Waterloo Place