St. Marks Church was design by George Pace. Chartered Architect. 1960-63
The building is true to its time being modern in style, (with reference to arts an crafts,) using tradition materials including facing brickwork and slate roof finish. Laminated timber Y shaped portal support frames dominate the interior with open lattice timber trusses supporting exposed rafters.
The plan form is rectangular with the north wall breaking free to enlarge the interior space. The west end rooms are articulated from the worship space and linked with a smaller volume Narthex. Each part is clearly expressed reinforcing the Architectural ideology.
The interior finishes are natural using Parquet and paving stone flooring, brickwork walls. Exposed concrete lintels run above puncture window openings.
The east window is filled with reclaimed stained glass from demolished churches, a sight to be seen.
Limed oak furniture and fittings complete the scene.
The Font, designed for the west end, is a piece of art.
The Altar is at the North,north east end of the church.