St Mark’s Hamilton Terrace

St Mark’s has a strong musical heritage, with connections to the Victorian opera and oratorio star Charles Santley and also Arthur Sullivan. The hymn tune Day of Rest sung to the words O Jesus I have Promised was composed by J.W. Elliott, a former organist of St Mark’s. The renowned choral musician John Williams, who became the first Master of Music at the Tower of London, was organist here in the 1950s; and Margaret Cobb, the first woman to play the organ at a Promenade Concert in the Royal Albert Hall, was also organist here.

The church has a capacity of 900 and is available for hire for concerts, productions, services and recordings and there is space for a large chamber orchestra at the front of the church.  There is good access and the surrounding area is quiet and there is ample free on-street parking after 6.30pm on weekdays and all day at weekends.



St Mark's Hamilton Terrace St Mark's Church Hamilton Terrace London NW8 9UT
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Sunday 10.30am Choral Parish Eucharist Monday to Thursday 9:30am Morning Prayer Tuesday 12noon Eucharist Thursday 7pm Eucharist