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St Mark’s Church, Stockland Green
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St Mark’s Church, Stockland Green
Coordinates: 52°31′31.24″N 1°51′45.31″W / 52.5253444°N 1.8625861°W / 52.5253444; -1.8625861
Location Stockland Green
Country England
Denomination Church of England
History
Dedication St Mark
Consecrated 1934
Architecture
Architect(s) A T Gray
Completed 1933
Administration
Parish St Mark Stockland Green
Deanery Aston
Archdeaconry Aston
Diocese Anglican Diocese of Birmingham

St Mark’s Church, Stockland Green is a Church of England parish church in Birmingham.

History

The church originated as Stockland Green mission room from St Barnabas' Church, Erdington in 1908. In 1920 it was dedicated to St Mark, and in 1934 a new church was opened, to the designs of A T Gray. Built of brick, it is a low building with a steeply pitched roof.

In 1934 a parish was assigned with land taken from the parish of All Saints' Church, Gravelly Hill.

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