Stockland Green

St Mark

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1908

91. ST. MARK, Stockland Green (Bleakhill Rd. and Hesketh Cres.), was licensed as a mission of St. Barnabas's, Erdington, in 1908: it was then known as Stockland Green mission room, and from 1920 as St. Mark's mission church. (fn. 4) A permanent church, a small, low-built brick building with a steeply pitched roof, was consecrated in 1934, when a parish was assigned out of All Saints', Gravelly Hill, the living being a perpetual curacy in the gift of the Crown. (fn. 5)