We're a bunch of ordinary people who have been rescued by and extraordinary God. We believe that while our sin is a huge problem, God has an even bigger solution.
God's plan was to send His son Jesus,
who came into our world, died on the cross in our place,
and rose again from the grave to offer us eternal life.
What We Believe
We believe in God the Father Almighty,
creator of heaven and earth; Jesus Christ, God's only Son; and the Holy Spirit.
We believe that Jesus was crucified for our sins,
died in our place, and was buried.
We believe that Jesus rose from the dead,
ascended into heaven, and will return one day to judge.
We believe that Jesus offers life and salvation to anyone who trusts in Him;
that salvation is a gift, not by anything we do.
We believe that the Holy Spirit dwells in us;
He transforms us to be like Jesus, He helps us to know God through the Bible,
and He empowers us to take the gospel to the world.
St Marks unechurch stands on a piece of land given to the Anglican Church when the Wright family bequeathed the land for the university. The first chapel was in place in 1959, and with growth of the ministry was replaced in 1971 with the current building. Today ‘The Chapel’ has grown up with the students and university, with a full range of ages and ministries across it’s congregations.
St Marks is an inter-denominational ministry of the Armidale Diocese of the Anglican Church. This has been a thoroughly evangelical diocese for several decades.
We care about people, and want to make sure we look after people in our care. As part of the Armidale Diocese, St Marks unechurch affirms that all people have the right to be spiritually, emotionally, mentally and physically safe. As such, we adhere to the safe ministry policies of the diocese.