St. Mark's Brantford

St. Mark's Brantford

Reaching Up ... Reaching Out

Worship with Us

Sunday Eucharist

9:00 a.m. (Book of Common Prayer)
10:30 a.m. (Book of Alternate Services)

Wednesday Eucharist

10:00 a.m. (Book of Alternative Services)

Contact Info

155 Memorial Drive
Brantford, Ontario N3R 5S5
Canada

Phone: (519) 752-6451

[email protected]

How to Find Us

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The Way of The Cross

Embracing the symbol of the cross as a daily reminder of Easter’s triumph and our baptismal covenant, we journey with hope and anticipation, trusting in God's promise of redemption and new life. Read More "The Way of The Cross"

Glimpses of God

Our world is often overshadowed by chaos and uncertainty and we long for moments of reassurance and divine presence. In his message today, Canon Rob helps us explore the theme of 'Glimpses of God,' reflecting on the story of the Transfiguration from Mark 9:2-9 and the significance of encountering God's glory amidst life's challenges. Read More "Glimpses of God"

Beyond Capernaum: Carrying the Light of the Gospel

Jesus calls us to break free from routines, carry the light of the Gospel into our daily lives, and become living examples of God's love to those around us. Read More "Beyond Capernaum: Carrying the Light of the Gospel"

Reclaiming True Authority

In today’s message, Canon Rob explores the transformative call of Jesus and the arrival of God's Kingdom. In a world driven by earthly pursuits, Jesus invites us to align our goals with God's intended order, fostering harmony, justice, and peace. The reading for this Sunday is Mark 1:14-20. Read More "Reclaiming True Authority"

Glimpses of God

Our world is often overshadowed by chaos and uncertainty and we long for moments of reassurance and divine presence. In his message today, Canon Rob helps us explore the theme of ‘Glimpses of God,’ reflecting on the story of the Transfiguration from Mark 9:2-9 and the significance of encountering God’s glory amidst life’s challenges.

Anticipation and Hope Rewarded

Drawing inspiration from the presentation of the infant Jesus in the temple, we reflect on Simeon’s eager anticipation and Anna’s unwavering devotion, envisioning their stories as mirrors to our own quest for renewal. Canon Rob Park encourages us to carry the transformative power of Christ’s birth into our lives, actively seeking hope and restoration amidst the uncertainties of our world.

Understanding the Cost of Following Jesus

Canon Rob Park offers prayers, and a short reflection based on the Gospel reading, Matthew 16:13-20. A critical question posed by Jesus in Matthew 16:26, asks what it profits someone to gain the world but lose their life and it encourages us to reflect on whether our life’s purpose is centred around earthly ambitions or heavenly aspirations.

Believing God is Good

“As the Canaanite Woman approaches Jesus and the disciples with her plea to heal her daughter, the big question this encounter raises is “Does God love everybody?“ Canon Rob Park offers prayers, a short reflection, and reflection questions based on the Gospel reading, Matthew 15:21-28.

Faithful Steps

“Jesus invites us to step out of the security of the boat take even a few steps outside our spiritual comfort zone and act with even greater compassion and love in our relationships with God and with others.“ Canon Rob Park offers prayers, a short reflection, and reflection questions based on the Gospel reading, Matthew 14:22-33

Good Or Evil

“Everyday, we have a choice between Good and Evil. Everyday we have a choice to follow Jesus or not.“ Canon Rob Park offers prayers, a short reflection, and reflection questions based on the Gospel reading, Matthew 14:13-21

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