The congregation of St Marks will be delighted for you to join them for worship or to visit the church. We have a weekly Sunday service, usually at 9.00am, as well as special services for festivals. Full details on our website. The church has strong links with the village school, and children are very welcome at all services, with especially family-orientated services on the second and fourth Sundays of the month. To arrange baptisms, weddings or funerals, contact the Rector.
Charity Reg. No. 1130925
Activity Address St. Mark the Evangelist Church, Main Road, Hadlow Down
St.Mark’s Church Wardens
Contact us – email@example.com
Address The Rectory, Church Road, Buxted, Uckfield, Sussex TN22 4LP
Telephone 01825 733103
Web Site URL https://www.bhdchurches.co.uk/st-marks/
The Remembrance Day service in St Mark’s is at 3.00 pm. Sunday 12th. November.
Armistice Observance is the day before on the 11th. in the churchyard. Meet at 10.55 am for 11.00 am Silence.
Edward Arthur Fellowes Prynne (1854–1921) was a leading British late Pre-Raphaelite painter of portraits and subject pictures, who in later life became one of the country’s best known creators of decorative art for churches. Examples of his work can be found in our own village church of St. Mark the Evangelist.
In 1913 the Hadlow Down church was in essential need of re-building, a project that was duly completed and the church subsequently re-consecrated. The re-building work had been gifted to the parish by local benefactor Mr. Charles Lang Huggins, J.P. of nearby Hadlow Grange. George Fellowes Prynne the brother of Edward Fellowes Prynne was the appointed architect of the project. Continue reading “Edward Arthur Fellowes Prynne. Sept. Mini-Bio”
The Church of St. Mark the Evangelist provides an impressive first view of the village as you approach Hadlow Down from the West on the A272. The person responsible for its present day imposing appearance is George Halford Fellowes Prynne (1853–1927) a Victorian and Edwardian English church architect, part of the High Church School of Gothic Revival Architecture.
He was born on 2 April 1853 at Wyndham Square, Plymouth, Devon, the second son of the Rev. George Rundle Prynne and Emily Fellowes. His elder brother was the painter Edward Arthur Fellowes Prynne. He also had another brother, Albert Bernard (known as Bernard), and two sisters. His father was a well-known figure in religious circles of the time, being outspoken in his support of the revival of so-called high churchmanship in the Anglican Church and espousing the views of the Oxford Movement. Continue reading “Fellowes Prynne, George H. (2nd April 1853 – 27th May1927)”
As I write this it’s March already, and we’re looking forward to the Spring, wondering how we missed seeing January and February pass us by!
There are plenty of signs of spring in our Churchyard. The primroses are in bloom on the north side of the church, smiling at us as we walk down the path. The daffodils are just waiting for this cold spell to pass over, and then they will be adorning the Churchyard in yellow. Continue reading “April News from St Mark’s Church.”