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, Rochester Gardens, Natland Mill Beck on the southern edge of Kendal, and anyone who cares to join us. Visitors are very welcome. 

We have re-opened for worship on Sundays for the 10am Service.

Easter Day. 8am Holy Communion.
                        10am Holy Communion.

                        2-3pm. Easter Outdoors in the churchyard.            

The usual covid secure arrangements will be in operation - sides persons on duty, wearing of face coverings by all (unless exempt by law), 2m distanced, hand sanitising, receiving Holy Communion in the pews (with the option as always not to receive), no congregational singing, no mingling inside or outside of church.  Services will all be recorded at 10am every Sunday and they will be available here later that day. Click on this link FOR THIS WEEKS EASTER DAY SERVICE  (04 Apr 21). And click on this link for the ORDER OF SERVICE They can also be followed live on the St. Mark's Church Facebook page .

For the links to pre-recorded events – please ask Angela via email.   ang.whitt.68@googlemail.com

The Annual Parish Church Meeting will be held on the 18th April 2021 as part of the Morning Service at 10am. Here are the Agenda and the Minutes from last year. Here is the Annual Report for 2020. Here is the Financial Review and Statement for 2020.

Click on this link for the CURRENT PARISH NEWS, which includes descriptions of all that is happening in the parish. 

If you would like to donate to the work of St. Mark's Church, you can do so by texting mark followed by the number of pounds you wish to donate to 70085. For example mark5 will donate £5.

Our Safeguarding PolicyWho’s Who at St Mark’s Church and the Church of England document ‘Promoting a Safer Church’, can be found on the noticeboard at the back of church and via the links above. We are committed to ensuring that St Mark’s Church is a safe place for everyone and take safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. We adhere to safeguarding rules laid down by the Church of England and the Diocese of Carlisle. Any safeguarding concerns can be addressed to any of the following;- Rev. Canon Angela Whittaker (Priest in Charge) on 015395 60355.- Roy Watkinson, (Churchwarden and Safeguarding link on the PCC) on 015395 61373.
Priest-in-Charge

Rev. Angela
Whittaker
Curate


Rev. Craig Bentley
Assistant Priest
Rev. Marion
Mashiter

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

Curate: Rev. Craig Bentley,  64 Valley Drive, Kendal LA9 7AG.  07384 404127    

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

Church Wardens: 
Roy Watkinson 015395 61373 
Marion Thornton 015395 61253

Assistant Church Wardens: 
David Walker 01539 732524 
Stuart Ibbs   07709 658173

PCC Secretary: Elspeth Jayne. 015395 60942

Treasurer: Bill Wood. 01539 739326

Stewardship Secretary: Barbara Nelson. 015395 60120

PUSH Youth Group: Angela Whittaker. 015395 60355

Mothers Union Families Group: Barbara Nelson.
015395 60120 

Temporary Organist: Clive Walkley. 01539 723482

St Mark's Parish News is published ten times a year. Items for inclusion in the magazine can be submitted by clicking on st-marks-natland-magazine@googlegroups.com 

St Mark’s Church History  
Click on The Fallen of Natland for records of the soldiers who are remembered on our War Memorial, compiled by John Chandler.

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 this link to see old editions of the Parish News.