Visitors

“Hello, on behalf of our church I’d like to welcome you to St Mark's Camberwell! We would be delighted for you to come along and join us at any of our three Sunday Services or participate in the many ministries we offer. People of all ages and walks of life are welcome. Though each of our services has a different feel, they are all enriched by members of a variety of ages, so that we can learn from and encourage one another. Look forward to seeing you soon.” 

Greg Allinson, Vicar.

Our Services and Ministries

Join us at any of our serves:

  • 9am church – a contemporary family-orientated service
  • 11am church – a traditional Prayer Book service with hymns
  • 6pm church – a modern youth and young-adult focused service

We would also love to see you at any of our other ministries:

Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Getting to St Mark's

Driving

1 Canterbury Rd, Camberwell VIC 3124
(Corner of Canterbury Rd and Burke Rd). For car parking, see below.

Public Transport

Catch the train to Camberwell Station. St Mark’s is a 15 minute casual walk along (and up) Burke Rd, to the north.

The Route 72 tram operates along Burke Rd, stopping right opposite St Mark’s.

Trams operate every ~30 mins on a Sunday morning, ~15 mins Sunday evening, and ~12-15 mins on weekdays. Get off at Stop #66 Cnr Canterbury and Burke Rds.

Parking

Two parking areas are available.
8 carspaces off Burke Rd, and around 25 car spaces off Canterbury Rd.
(Sometimes car spaces on a Sunday are reserved for our more senior 11am members.)

Alternate places to park include along Gascoyne St (off Canterbury Rd), or along the busier Canterbury or Burke Rds.

Church Entry and Access

The church building can be entered through the door underneath the spire, from the Burke Rd car park.

Wheelchair and walker access is via the (north) side door: From the Canterbury Rd carpark, enter via the breezeway door.
Church toilets and baby change facilities are in the Parish Centre next door (right next to the church), and this is where we hold our kids’ Sunday Club in the morning, and meet for tea and coffee after the services.
Parents of young children are welcome to make use of the Parents’ Room in the church if they need some space for their children, or breastfeeding. (We have a specially allocated room with chairs, toys and a radio link so the sermon can be heard).