Prayer and worship are essential to us as a church community. The current pandemic has led us to explore new ways of meeting as a congregation, and of nurturing a spiritual life.
Join us in worship
Morning Worship – Sundays now at 11.00am via Zoom
Our service of Morning Worship via Zoom each Sunday remains our main service of the week. You can dial up on a computer, tablet or mobile, or dial in via your landline. Details of how to sign in are available in our weekly email bulletin.
An order of service, along with a transcript of the sermon, may be found here each week:
- An Order of Service for the Autumn Term
A Sermon for Sunday 1st November (All Saints’ Day), by Richard Bauckham
- A Service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance for those who have died (held in Zoom on 1st November at 5pm).
Communion (short, spoken service) – Sundays at 8.00am or 9.30am during November and on Tuesdays at 11.00am
A short service of spoken communion will take place each Sunday at St Mark’s at 8.00am (BCP) on 1st and 15th November and at 9.30am on 8th and 22nd November. Junior Church will take place in the Community Centre during the 9.30am service. There will also be a weekly BCP communion service on Tuesdays at 11am.
Due to social distancing measures, space at this service is limited. Please email our vicar, Rachel, if you wish to attend. Further details may be found on our Services page.
Please note that, as of 8th August, the wearing of face masks is mandatory in churches and other places of worship.
Join us in prayer
Private Prayer at St Mark’s
St Mark’s church building is open for private, individual prayer during November on Tuesday afternoons between 1-5pm.
We have also installed seven prayer stations around the church grounds for people to use when the building is closed.
Rachel Rosborough invites us to join together in saying Morning Prayer each day at 9am, from our own homes. You can find the service, along with set readings for the day, on the Church of England website.
An order for Night Prayer (Compline) designed to be said at the end of each day is also available.
For those interested in this practice of contemplating Scripture, further information is available:
- Being Church during COVID-19 – guidance and support from the Diocese of Ely
- Revd Rachel Rosborough’s blog
- Reflections from a Home Front by Debbie Whitton Spriggs