Following new advice from the Church of England, Sunday services have been suspended for the time being and unfortunately the Church building is now closed. 

But the people of God are the church and we are still here, willing to love and serve each other during this time. Keep on praying for each other, our neighbours; known and unknown and our nation. We know that 'God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.'  

During this challenging time St Mark’s is working alongside other agencies to offer support to our local community. Please let us know if there are particular needs that you have and we will do our best to help. 

These groups can also support you during this time - please click on the link for more details:

Basingstoke Covid-19 Community Support   The Kempshott Notice Board     Inspero Support

We encourage people keep in touch with one another, with neighbours and with us, especially if we can offer support in some way- our contact details are at the end of this page.

There is a Worship leaflet, Bible reflection and Children's activity sheets available from the St Mark's at Home page. Please click this link or access from the menu above. 

Please take time to browse and if you need any further information then do contact us.

If you are missing our regular comic on our news sheet please see below

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We centre life together around our vision - Jesus at the Heart and with our mission - to be inspired by the Holy Spirit to serve, share and support. 

About Us

We are the Church of England Parish Church serving the community of Kempshott and are blessed with a fellowship of all ages that adds richness to all that we are involved in. 

We believe that Jesus is at the heart of our community and invite you to come and find out more about Him. If you are new to the Kempshott area you may wish to download our welcome pack. Click on this link to open the pack.

Further information about St Mark's can be found on the Documents page. Please click here or on the link above.