Welcome to St Mark’s English Church, Florence!

St Mark’s is the Anglican, Church of England Chaplaincy in the heart of Florence. We are here to serve all English-speaking people in Tuscany and Emilia Romagna.  

The Church, by definition, consists of people from every race and background, and Florence, as a popular destination for tourists and students, is a wonderful place to experience the diversity of this worldwide community.

We meet every Sunday at 10.30am for Choral Eucharist and serve refreshments afterwards for those who can stay. About once a month we have a bring-and-share lunch afterwards, too.

While you’re here, why not check out the social and cultural events which take place in the church building? These range from regular operas (starting again in April), the Florence Writers Group and Mindfulness Class.

Whether you live in Florence or are passing through for a few days or a few months, you will always find a warm welcome at St Mark’s.

Rev’d Chris 


St Mark’s, Florence and Holy Cross, Bologna


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Recent Events:

Crowns & Gowns Concert 
UK Trivia Night 
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Welcome to St Mark's English Church, here for all English-speakers who find themselves in Florence.

Come along to our contemplative service of Choral Evensong this Sunday at 5pm - music by Stanford, Brahms, Buxtehude and more 🎶#evensong #stmarksitaly #stmarksflorence #StMarksEnglishChurch #choir #coro #florenceevensong #firenze #musicinflorence #musica #anglicanchoralmusic #choralmusic ... See MoreSee Less
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Pentecost is a cause for excitement, and we celebrated, both at St Mark’s, Florence and Holy Cross, Bologna. Both services considered the effects of a hair drier (symbolising wind and fire) on wax crayons. I'll let you work out the messages conveyed in the image... ... See MoreSee Less
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The end of our Pentecost service. Jesus has returned to the Father, but has sent his Holy Spirit to be within each one of us. This is symbolised by the candles, each lit from the Easter candle, which is then extinguished. Quite a powerful image. ... See MoreSee Less
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Come along to our Pentecost Service this Sunday at 10:30am and join in our celebration of the Power of the Holy Spirit 🕊🔥 ... See MoreSee Less
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We are excited to welcome American Pianist Nicholas Bavani to St Mark’s in a few weeks’ time. Nicholas will be performing a series of concerts entitled ‘The Seasons’, featuring music by Erik Satie, Tchaikovsky, Chopin and more. Donations upon entry welcome. Concerts on Wednesday 21st June at 13:00, Friday 23rd June at 20:00, and Wednesday 5th July at 20:00.Hope to see you there!#firenze #concert #concerto #music #musica #pianista #florenceevents #florenceconcerts #satie #tchaikovsky #chopin #pianoforte #stmarksitaly #stmarksenglishchurch #stmarksflorence ... See MoreSee Less
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