We are now meeting again (from 13 September ) at 9:15am for a Family service with an activity, reading, and short talk suitable for families with young children. Families can sit in their family "bubble", with social distancing, hand sanitising and face coverings in place.
We are meeting in church and online. We meet at 11am for a Parish Eucharist service . To attend in person a seat needs to be pre-booked. Please contact the parish office [email protected] If you would like to attend the service online please see the weekly email from Robert the vicar with the Zoom codes or contact the parish office. All are welcome.
This service combines the best of tradition with accessibility even for people who’ve never been to church before. The sermon is targeted at all ages, and children are usually involved as part of it. This lasts an hour.
The third Sunday of the month at St Mark's Church at 9:15 am if we do not have a baptism we will have cafe church. A short time of worship followed by a chance to sit over coffee to discuss the theme of the day. Children welcome too.
A traditional Communion service mid week on Thursday mornings at 10:30am at St Mark's Church. An in person service with no need to pre-book. We will record contact details as part of the government track and trace scheme.
The oldest and most 'traditional' of our services using the liturgy of the Church which has been in use since 1662. A quiet, reflective service lasting around 40 minutes. No need to pre-book a seat but we will being taking a register as part of the government track and trace scheme.
Eucharist/Holy CommunionPrayersBook of Common Prayer