St Mark’s produce a monthly magazine, with articles, recipes, details of events and happenings of local community groups.
You can pick up the latest edition in church – you can also download the previous editions here.
Want to discuss advertising for the parish magazine, or want to share something in a future edition? Please contact the editor – email@example.com.
September - and after a few months away due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we're back with a bumper issue!
March and we're looking towards Easter - and plans are afoot to decorate our hedge for the season!
A month of wintery weather, as we look back at the recent Holocaust Memorial event - and forward to Ash
With the New Year upon us and Christmas still fresh in mind, welcome to January!
The January edition of our parish magazine is available now in church: but why not download the last edition now?
November - and St Mark's are looking to Remembrance
The November edition of our parish magazine is available now in church: but why not download the last edition now?
September is upon us and Summer is soon to give way to autumn.
August! Summer holidays, sunshine and community - with a thought to those who may be feeling isolated or lonely. Don't
It's July and we're looking back on the success of the Pennington Community Events summer event on the common!
Our parish magazine for June 2019, and we celebrate a birthday: that of the Church herself!
Our May edition of the St Mark’s parish magazine, looking forward to ‘Thy Kingdom Come’, a time to reflect on
Our April 2019 edition of the Parish Magazine, with Easter as our focus.
March 2019 from St Mark's - where this month, we look towards Easter: asking the question why Easter moves each
February 2019 and with the initial Brexit deadline approaching, a question about how to show solidarity and unity - in
A new year - and in January we asked about your resolutions. However, although resolutions are hard to keep -
Our edition for the end of 2018 - and as we look towards Christmas, we also look to a wonderful
November 2018 from St Mark's - and as we approached the 100th anniversary of the first world war, we looked
October 2018 and it's the harvest season!
September 2018 from St Mark's, and it's the start of a new school year!
August 2018, and it's summer!
As we enter July, we welcome a new face to St Mark's - Rachel Noël, our new Priest in Charge,
June 2018 - we're welcoming this month our new priest in charge, Rachel!
Our May edition, as spring gives way to summer.
April 2019 and we're looking towards the summer!
March, and we talk - as well as other things - about fear.
Mental health is a focus in our February edition.
The start of a new year and the good times of Christmas fade into memory as the dark and cold
Jesus was welcomed into this world at his birth when he came to be with us on earth, and Jesus
We're remembering the lives lost in war, through Remembrance Sunday coming up this month.
Harvest Festival comes up in October!
We're looking towards the community and new starts for many.
We live in a challenging world, as we hear in our newspapers and on the television and radio, and it
July - and we're talking about prayer.
At this time of year, some folk are on holiday, others are looking forward to going away, or having friends
May 2017 and we're talking rogation.
April and we're celebrating Easter!
Spring and we're considering the feathered wildlife in our church yard.
As winter moves into spring, we're thinking about the weather...
Happy New Year: have you made your resolutions? However, rather than resolutions you might want to consider the Serenity prayer.