Church Life

There is lots going on at St.Mark's Church whether it's on a Sunday morning, midweek, at the church building,  or connecting with the community.

Home group

Home groups are small groups that meet together, generally in the evening, to do Bible studies and general group discussions. If you would like to join or start a home group then please contact us using this link.

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ONCE A MONTH PRAYER GATHERING
We seek to put God at the centre of our lives and all we do at St. Mark's and St. Saviour's. We gather together, monthly, on a Saturday morning, for a time of informal prayer and worship. All ages are welcome. 

Come and be encouraged and be an encouragement. 

Gather for a selection of pastries, coffee or tea at 9:45am followed by the prayer meeting starting at 10am in the Lady Chapel.  For dates link here to our calendar.

 

THE VILLAGE LUNCH WITH                                                         

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St. Mark's Church hosts a community lunch on the first Wednesday of the month. The Crumbs team prepare and serve a freshly-cooked hot meal from scratch. Lunch club members enjoy a main course and pudding, as well as tea and coffee. The Crumbs team prepares a varied menu with plenty of traditional favourites such as shepherds pie and sausage and mash. 

Everyone who joins our community lunch will receive an warm and friendly welcome. This is a fantastic opportunity for local people to meet and get to know each other, whilst enjoying some delicious food. 

Time: 12:30pm - 2pm                    

Price: £5.50 (includes 2 courses)
                                                                                                                                                  
Contact: Marion Marks, Churchwarden, using this link.

 

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The Mother's Union is an international charity that seeks to support families worldwide. 
The Mother's Union provides a network through which you can serve Christ in our community - through prayer, financial support and actively working at the grassroots level in programmes that meet local needs. 
We lobby local and national governments on issues affecting family life and campaign to challenge legislation that neglects the vulnerable and marginalised. 
Our members are not all mothers, or even all women. Sinlge, married, parents, grandparents, or young adults just beginning to express their social conscience are welcome. 

Website: http://mothersunion.org 

Enrolling member: Valerie Cox 

Contact: 01202 746480

HOLY COMMUNION AT 10:30am IN CHURCH EVERY MONTH
 
DATES FOR APRIL-JULY: 
Thursday 19 April, followed by coffee

Thursday 17 May, followed by coffee 
 
Thursday 21 June, followed by coffee 

Thursday 19 July, followed by coffee 

MEETINGS 2pm IN THE CHURCH HALL ONCE A MONTH
 
DATES FOR MAY - JULY: 
 
                                            Thursday 3 May:   Sisters 

   Thursday 7 June: Rev. Mark Warner
                                                                        Those in Peril on the Sea                           
 
                                                Thursday 5 July:   Outing TBC 

 
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         ..... AND BE THE CHURCH!

HELPERS, always needed for the Breakfast Service, Kids' Church, Christmas and Summer Fete's, Jumble Sale, Church social events and more. 

Take a look at our Get Involved page If you want to learn more about serving in the church and see the current vacancies. Click here to volunteer.