Here at St Mark’s we want to support our church family, those in our parish and community, as we go through this time of uncertainty. This page provides resources for everyone. Please scroll down to find out more!


As far as possible we’ll try to keep news updated here, in brief. If you’re new to St Mark’s, or not a ‘member’ or a parishioner please do read the whole page to see what’s available.

We send our love and prayers to all in our communities and workplaces. Contact us if you need help or prayer or both. God bless.

  • If you are in ChurchSuite and have permitted the appropriate communication, you should get a weekly news sheet by email. Please update your settings on ChurchSuite if you want to receive it.
  • If you’re not on email please phone the office for a posted newsletter.
  • Sunday services are videos that you can find here. We are holding limited Sunday services, see the church calendar for more information. Numbers are limited so you will need to book in via that calendar.

Self-Isolation Support

We want to continue to care for and support those in our church family, in our communities and in our parish.

If you need support please email or phone (you may need to leave a message but someone will get back to you).

If you are able to volunteer that would be very useful, please email or phone.

Email: Phone: 02920 619211

Young Adults
Over 60s

Children and families resources.

Family devotions are a time to grow closer to God and to bond with one another. I have a feeling we are going to be doing a lot of family bonding that over the next few months!

Weekly story times

Minno: resources to help families do church at home.

Resources to help children and families.

If we need to do church at home it’s great to have some songs, a Bible study and activities that families can use. Minno has all these resources under one roof so to speak. Bronwen also has lots more! We have also created an activity pack you can print and use.  Click here to view.

Minno: resources to help families do church at home.
Bronwen Watkins
Bronwen WatkinsChildren's & Families' Pastor


Are you aged 11-18? You might be anxious about Covid-19, or bored and frustrated during the lock down.

Our Youth Pastor, Georgie, is sharing a thought from the Bible every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Please get in touch with Georgie ( if you’d like to know how to connect with the youth ministry at St. Mark’s during these weeks.”Roots” (for years 7-11) will be meeting online on Thursday nights, and Georgie would love to ‘video visit’ you and your family if you’re interested in church life at St. Mark’s!
Georgie Meagher
Georgie MeagherYouth Pastor


If you're a student at St Mark's, a student who doesn't go to church, if you're a bit scared, lonely or hungry, please get in touch! The email is Someone will help you.

Home groups

Fellowship for all adults: these groups are where discipleship and fellowship happen.

The homegroups are key places to support each other during this time. Keep in touch with each other by phone and email or arrange to meet by Zoom, Skype or other video-conferencing options.

Read the Bible Together

Mothers' Union

Our aim in Action and Outreach is to support marriage and family life worldwide, especially those families whose lives have met with adversity, through practical projects.
Mothers’ Union events are cancelled for now. Contact your group for more information and support.

Communion Service

Wednesday mornings, time to fellowship and share.

The Wednesday morning Communion Service is cancelled for now. However, we will try to get in touch with people who attend. Please get in touch if you have specific needs.

Worship Well

For those with dementia and their carers, a specific service with light lunch and social activities.
Worship Well is also cancelled for April.