Notices for Sunday 25th August, with details of our upcoming events and services. Find out more about how you can help raise money for historic churches across the country, through Ride and Stride next month!
Each individual has their own battles and challenges, and is known and loved by God. Pray simple prayers of blessing over the lives of those around you and make people watching a prayer activity.
‘Sing of the Lord’s goodness’ performed during Communion on 18th August 2019 – words and Music (c) 1981 Ernest Sands, performed by members of St Mark’s choir
Prayers given on our Family Communion service on the ninth Sunday after Trinity.
Red Sky at Night, shepherds delight; red sky at morning, sailors a warning. How good are you at predicting things? In our Gospel reading, it seems the Jews were unable to move from earthly interpretations of the weather to spiritual interpretations of Jesus.
Notices for Sunday 18th August, with details of our upcoming services and events, through and from St Mark’s.
What time do you set your alarm to start your day? Why not, over the coming seven days, set an alarm for 7:14am – and at this time, join with others to pray “together in spirit” for our community?
Prayers given on our Iona Communion service on the eighth Sunday after Trinity.
Predictions for the end of the world are running at roughly one a year: the next is on track for 2020. In 2012, polls over twenty countries found that over 40% of people believed the end of the world would come within their life times. Does it mean anything to us: are we focusing on the treasure in heaven that matters – or on ourselves?
‘God Bless the Child’ performed during Communion on 11th August 2019 – words and Music Billie Holiday and Arthur Herzog Jr. (1939), performed by Rebecca and Leigh of St Mark’s choir.