St. Marks
  • St. Marks
  • Pastor: Sean Mullarkey
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  • City: Dublin
  • State: Co. Dublin
  • Hours: Sunday 10 am, 12 noon, 6 pm


St Mark's is a vibrant church, in the center of Dublin City, which God has raised up to be a lighthouse in the city and a spiritual home for many people. As such, our passion is to reach out to people all of the time and to create a family home where people of all ages and backgrounds are loved and equipped to reach their full potential in Christ.

Thank you for ‘dropping in’, and we look forward to meeting you face to face at one of our Sunday services!

God bless you!

Sean & Susan Mullarkey

Contact information

42A Pearse Street
Dublin 2
P: 01 6714276

About Dublin

Glasnevin (Irish: Glas Naíon, meaning "stream of the infants", also known as Glas Naedhe, meaning "stream of O'Naeidhe" after an ancient chieftain) is a largely residential middle-class neighborhood of Dublin.

Glasnevin seems to have been founded by Saint Mobhi (sometimes known as St Berchan) in the sixth (or perhaps fifth) century as a monastery. His monastery continued to be used for many years afterwards. St. Colman is recorded as having paid homage to its founder when he returned from abroad to visit Ireland a century after St Mobhi's death in 544. St. Columba of Iona is thought to have studied under St. Mobhi, but left Glasnevin following an outbreak of plague and journeyed north to open the House at Derry. There is a long street (Iona Road) in Glasnevin named in his honour. The church on Iona Road is called Saint Columba's.