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

Phone: (519) 752-6451

[email protected]

How to Find Us

Online Worship

Following Jesus in a Distracting World

We are called to explore Jesus' invitation to "follow me" as a call to leave behind worldly pressures and embrace God's will, forming a new spiritual family. Read More "Following Jesus in a Distracting World"

The Heart of the Sabbath

Jesus teaches that the Sabbath law is meant to serve the well-being of people, not to burden them. Read More "The Heart of the Sabbath"

Encountering Transformation in the Holy Trinity

In Canon Rob’s sermon for Trinity Sunday, we explore the encounter between Jesus and Nicodemus in John 3:1-17, reflecting on the transformative power of spiritual rebirth through the Holy Trinity. Read More "Encountering Transformation in the Holy Trinity"

Transcending Our Differences

In our exploration of Pentecost (Acts 2:1-21), Canon Rob’s message calls us to witness the transformative power of the Holy Spirit as it descends upon the disciples, igniting them with courage and unity. Through the lens of Scripture and reflection on present-day divisions, we are reminded of God's enduring call for unity amidst both our diversity and division. Read More "Transcending Our Differences"

From Doubt to Belief

Through Thomas’s loyalty amidst uncertainty and his profound encounter with Jesus after expressing doubt, we witnessed the power of belief to transform skepticism into centred faith, inspiring us to prioritize our relationship with God and embrace doubt as a path to deeper faith.

Easter’s Power Overcomes Uncertainty

In this Easter reflection on Mark 16:1-8, we journey through the enigmatic narrative of Mark’s resurrection account, finding resonance in the emotions of fear and amazement experienced by the women at the empty tomb. Mark’s open-ended conclusion challenges us to embrace uncertainty in our faith journey while trusting in God’s steadfast promises.

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.

St. Mark’s Calendar