St Mark's Church, Mansfield facts for kids
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St Mark's Church, Mansfield, from Nottingham Road
|OS grid reference||SK 53770 60448|
|Location||Nottingham Road, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire|
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Churchmanship||High Church / Affirming Catholic|
|Heritage designation||Grade II* listed|
|Designated||22 October 1986|
|Architect(s)||Temple Lushington Moore|
|Materials||Stone, slate roof|
|Archdeaconry||Archdeaconry of Newark|
|Diocese||Southwell and Nottingham|
|Vicar(s)||Fr James Curry|
St. Mark's Church is on Nottingham Road, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. It is an active Church of England parish church in the deanery of Mansfield, the archdeaconry of Newark, and the Southwell and Nottingham diocese. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building.
Behind the church, the church hall is a Grade II listed building.
St. Mark's church was built by the architect Temple Lushington Moore and opened in 1897.
There are two stained glass windows by Charles Eamer Kempe at the west end.
The organ dates from 1900 by the builders Brindley & Foster of Sheffield. It was renovated by Henry Willis and Sons in 1955, Midland Organ Builders in 1974 and more recently by Anthony Herrod. A complete re-build was finished in 2014 by Henry Groves.
In the churchyard, the war memorial and railings 1 metre south of St. Mark's Church is Grade II listed.
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