St Mark's Church, Enfield

An inclusive Christian family in Bush Hill Park

WELCOME!

St Mark's is an inclusive north London community church which embraces people of all religious backgrounds and none, and of all ages, races and personal circumstances.  Everyone is welcome at the Lord's table.  We seek to serve one another in our parish family and the wider community of Bush Hill Park, in the conviction that the church is called to be a sign of God's love in the world, not a sign of success or power. 

Click on the page links on the right to find out more about us. We welcome messages, including requests for prayer.  

We are at the corner of St Mark's Road and Main Avenue, Bush Hill Park, in Enfield, north London.  The church is 5 minutes' walk from Bush Hill Park rail station, on the 192 (Tottenham Hale-Edmonton Green-Enfield Town) bus route, and just off the A10 Great Cambridge Road at its junction with Lincoln Road.

The church is usually open between 10:00am and 12 noon on Wednesday and Saturday mornings; and between 9:00am and 12 noon on Sundays.

St Mark's is in the Diocese of London (Edmonton Episcopal Area), Archdeaconry of Hampstead, and Deanery of Enfield.

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Safeguarding: Promoting a Safer Church

In accordance with the Church of England Safeguarding Policy St. Mark’s Church is committed to:

 

  • Promoting a safer environment and culture.
  • Safely recruiting and supporting all those with any responsibility related to children, young people and vulnerable adults within the church.
  • Responding promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation.
  • Caring pastorally for survivors of abuse and other affected persons.
  • Caring pastorally for those who are the subject of concerns or allegations of abuse and other affected persons.
  • Responding to those that may pose a present risk to others.

 

We will:

  • Listen to and take seriously all those who disclose abuse.
  • Take steps to protect children and adults when a safeguarding concern of any kind arises, following House of Bishops guidance, including notifying the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (DSA) and statutory agencies immediately.
  • Offer support to survivors of abuse regardless of the type of abuse, when or where it occurred.
  • Care for and monitor any member of the church community who may pose a risk to children and adults whilst maintaining appropriate confidentiality and the safety of all parties.
  • Ensure that health and safety policy, procedures and risk assessments are in place and that these are reviewed annually.
  • Review the implementation of the Safeguarding Policy, Procedures and Practices at least annually.

 

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