One of the first Episcopal churches to be built in the Edinburgh area, St Mark’s is a villa-like neo-Classical church, square in plan, of 1824, most notable for its dome and semi-circular Doric porch. The Venetian windows and chancel were added by Hay & Henderson in 1892. Stained glass by Ballantine & Sons of the ‘Good Samaritan’ and ‘The soul of Jonathan knit with the soul of David’. Organ, 1828 by D & T Hamilton, relocated by Ingram 1899. The church is approximately 4 miles from the city centre. Nearest railway station – Edinburgh Waverley. Buses – LRT No’s 26 & 15or First Bus No’s 66 & 129 from the city centre
Sunday 10.30 am Eucharist and Thursday 10.00 am Eucharist
By appointment. Often open during the week and for activities at weekend. Contact the Rector: email@example.com
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