St Mark's Church Worsley
Fundraising by direct donation or when buying through Amazon Smile. Please help us to continue the work of the church during this extraordinary time. There is a 'Donate Now' page to your left for direct donations. Alternatively here is a link for people who shop via Amazon Smile to help raise money for church - simply click on the link below and as you shop Amazon will automatically pledge to donate to church: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/1132732-0 ~ Your support is much appreciated!
Toy Collection for Wood Street Mission Christmas Appeal
Every year you are very generous and help us support Wood Street Mission Christmas Appeal. This year, due to lockdown, we are unable to hold our Toy Service where we collect new unwrapped gifts for 0-14 year olds but we still want to support Wood Street Mission.
How you can help: there will be somebody in church on Tuesday mornings to accept any donations. Please bring your new unwrapped gifts for 0-14 year olds and knock on the outside vestry door (on the left side towards the back of church as you stand facing the main entrance). We can accept gifts up to and including 1 December 2020. Thank you for your help; let's make Christmas possible for the children!
Update on Church Services
In line with Government guidance are doors are again very sadly closed - however, we are still very much here. If you would like names adding to our private prayer list or if we can help with anything please leave a message at [email protected] or alternatively telephone 0161 790 5597 and leave a message.
We are planning to reopen on Sunday 6 December 2020 but, of course, this depends on the lockdown being lifted and the guidance given to us so please keep an eye on Facebook, the website and on this page where we will issue any updates.
We are hoping to host virtual services for Nine Lessons and Carol Service and The Crib Service, more details to follow.
Keeping you safe: Should you need to enter the church building for any reason during this time it is mandatory that face coverings are worn by all ministers, worshippers, staff, volunteers, contractors and visitors, where there may be other people present; remembering that they are mainly intended to protect other people, not the wearer, from coronavirus (COVID-19) and that they are not a replacement for social distancing and regular hand washing.