We aim to be the people of God in this place and to work to make God more real for our community.
The Government recently announced that places of worship may begin to open again and some services may resume. This can only be done in line with other guidance about social distancing, hygiene measures etc. Until the end of September, the St Mark’s church building will be open for private, individual prayer on Wednesday afternoons between 2pm and 5pm. Sunday services will continue on Zoom each Sunday at 10.30am and we encourage people to make this service a priority if they can. However, there will also be a short communion service at 9.00am on Sunday 13th September and Sunday 27th September. Due to social distancing measures, space is limited and so if you are planning to come to this service, please email our vicar, Rachel, so that we can keep an eye on numbers. The service will be a said communion service, with certain restrictions in line with government and Church of England guidance.
As we continue to explore new ways of supporting church members and the wider community, we have installed seven prayer stations around the church grounds for people to use when the building is closed.
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