Most of us spend more time at work than in church, and here at St Mark's we want to help those of us who work do it with integrity and enjoyment. Whether you work in an office, a classroom, a hospital or a home, God has called you to a mission and for a purpose.
There are many ways we are looking to do this: through our God at Work course, networking opportunities, prayer meetings and much, more more.
Have a look at these pages to find out more.
God at Work Course
This course has been written and devised by Ken Costa and Jago Wynne. Ken has worked for many years in the city and wrote the book of the same title. Jago worked for a global management consultancy before being ordained, and has a wealth of experience in workplace ministry and evangelism.
LICC - the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity - exists to envision and equip Christians with the biblical framework and practical resources to engage biblically, relevantly and vigorously with the issues they face in today’s world. It's headed up by Mark Greene, who has pioneered workplace ministries for over twenty years.
Work is the primary activity God created us to pursue - in communion with him, and in partnership with others. Indeed, one of work's main goals is to make God's world a better place for all God's creatures to flourish in - to His glory.
LICC's Resources for Workers include articles, books, downloads & visiting speakers.
The vision of WORKTALK is to enable people to see that the Man who changed the world can change the way we work.
The seven-part WORKTALK course, suitable for connect groups, shows how the last seven sentences spoken by Jesus of Nazareth as he died reveal the way he fulfilled his life’s mission, purpose and work - and empower us to do the same.
The inspirational WORKTALK Weekly email will help you see new angles on your working life. WORKTALK Anonymous evening meetings are a great forum for talking about work in relaxed, informal surroundings. Coaching, consultancy and retreats also available.