Originally a Wesleyan Methodist chapel.
In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Scunthorpe Circuit Past And Present" prepared By Colin Shepherdson & Mervyn G White March 1997 (Revised August 1998) it is stated that :-
"i) The chapel was erected in 1834 in what is now called Old Brumby Street. It was replaced by Ashby Road chapel in 1929 and the old chapel demolished. The site is now occupied by housing.
ii) The foundation stone for the second chapel, in Ashby Road, was laid on the 28.2.1929 and the chapel opened on the 19.9.1929.
An old army hut was used as a schoolroom until a new Sunday school was built, the foundation stone having being laid on the 15.2.1953 and opened on the 7.11.1953.
The complex was demolished and replaced on the same site by the new St Marks Church which was opened on the 24.5.1962.
The church is still in use with a membership of 151"
Now a local ecumenical partnership joining St. Andrew's United Reformed Church with St. Mark's Methodist Church.
DB 27 March 2019