Serving all English-speakers, St. Mark’s ‘English’ Church is a chaplaincy of the Church of England in the Diocese in Europe. The church is used for worship, weddings, opera, concerts, and academic events.

Apart from other churches, St. Mark’s does not receive local or national government financial support. That said, the church relies on donations from visitors.


Religious Services of Worship at St. Mark’s Church

Principal Sunday Worship – Every Sunday at 10:30am

Midweek Services

  • Tuesdays – Evening Prayer for Common Worship – 5:30pm
  • Wednesdays – Low Mass (Common Worship) – 5:30pm
  • Thursdays – Contemporary Worship – 5:30pm
  • Fridays – Chaplain Consultation Time (Chaplain available in church) – 5:30pm
  • Fridays – Low Mass (BCP) – 6:00pm

**Although entry into Worship is free, there is a collecting basket of nonperishable items used to provide aid to the homeless of Florence through the Comunita di Sant’Egidio. Please consider bringing an item or making a small financial donation if able.


Easter Services 2018

Palm Sunday, March 25: Sung High Mass with palm procession, 10.30am
Tuesday, March 27: Stations of the Cross, 5.30pm
Wednesday, March 28: Sung compline, 9pm
Maundy Thursday, March 29: Mass, 7pm, followed by the Watch until 10pm
Good Friday, March 30: Three Hours Devotion, 12noon-3pm; Good Friday concert, 9pm
Holy Saturday, March 31: Vigil and first mass of the Resurrection, 8pm
Easter Sunday, April 1: Sung high mass, 10.30am


Location and Contact Information

St. Mark’s Florence
Via Maggio 16
Tel. +39 055 294 764
Web. http://www.stmarksitaly.com


Evan Seder
After studying abroad in Florence during the Spring 2016 semester, Evan Seder has found his way back to Firenze returned to work for the Campus Florence team. Found either blogging away about the best spots in town, eating gelato or pasta around the city or traveling Europe with the FlorenceForFun team, he is always excited to meet new students and provide the best information possible for a great study abroad semester.

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