St Mark's Church




St Mark's Church building sits beside the Village Green in the centre of the village of Natland. But the church is bigger than just Natland. It is the church for the communities of Oxenholme, the Oaks, the Beeches, the Strawberry Fields and Natland Mill Beck on the southern edge of Kendal. It is a church built up of people coming from each community, and beyond, to worship God and support each other in their daily lives. Come along sometime and be with us, we would love to see you. Visitors are very welcome. Click on this link for the CURRENT PARISH NEWS, which includes descriptions of all that is happening in the parish. The back page has all the current month's services. If you would like to donate to the work of St. Mark's Church, you can do so by clicking on DONATE

Church of England Services                  
Parish Communion:   10am Sunday (except on 3rd Sunday)        
Third Sunday:  Holy Communion 8am, Mattins 10am
Morning Prayer:  8:45am Tuesday to Friday
Holy Communion:   10am Thursdays
Families@4!:   4pm on 2nd Sunday of the month (except August)


St Mark’s Church Officers     
Priest-in-Charge

Rev. Angela
Whittaker
Assistant Priest
Rev. Martin
Jayne
Assistant Priest
Rev. Marion
Mashiter

Priest-in-Charge: Rev. Angela Whittaker 
The Vicarage, Natland  LA9 7QQ
015395 60355     E-mail

Assistant Priest: Rev. Martin Jayne
12 Longmeadow Lane, Natland  LA9 7QZ
015395 60942     E-mail

Assistant Priest: Rev. Marion Mashiter
5 Esthwaite Avenue, Kendal  LA9 7NN
01539 731957     E-mail 

Church Warden: Roy Watkinson 
015395 61373 
    
Church Warden: Marion Thornton
015395 61253 

Assistant Church Warden: David Walker
01539 732524      

PCC Secretary: Elspeth Jayne
015395 60942

Treasurer: Bill Wood
01539 739326

Stewardship Secretary: Barbara Nelson
015395 60120

Choir Leader: Gill Walkley
01539 723482 

PUSH Youth Group: Angela Whittaker
015395 60355 

Mothers Union Families Group: Barbara Nelson
015395 60120 

Organist and Choirmaster: Stephen Mott. 

St Mark’s Parish News  

St Mark's Parish News is published ten times a year. You can read the latest issue by clicking hereItems for inclusion in the magazine can be submitted by clicking on e-mail.

To read older issues of the Parish News, you can visit the archive here.

St Mark’s Church History  
Click on The Church on Natland Green for Laura Oldham's account of the history of the four church buildings we have had in Natland.

Click on St Mark’s Church Centenary to be reminded of the story of the building of St Mark's and the 2010 celebrations.