Holy Communion, Mass, Lord's Supper, Eucharist - what is it?
Since the earliest days of the Apostles, Christian people have gathered together for worship, remembering Jesus by the sharing of bread and wine. This act of worship has many names: the Lord's Supper, Holy Communion, Eucharist, the Mass.
Every member of the Church has a part in each service they attend. The service is not something that is 'performed' by robed professionals in front of an audience. We each bring to the service the experiences, concerns and hopes that are uniquely our own. We pray for God's strength and guidance, and in the Communion receive the assurance of God's love. Photos: Peter Downham
8.00 am Holy Communion (said)
10.00 am Parish Communion (sung)
10.00 am Sunday Club (children up to 11 years)
7.00 pm Holy Communion (said)
10.00 am Holy Communion
Followed by light refreshments in the
Reception Area at the back of church.
St Mark's uses the New Common Worship form
of service and Anglican Hymns Old & New.
from 11th April during pandemic restrictions:
Sundays: 9.00am Family Communion
Wednesdays: 10.00am Family Communion
Face coverings are obligatory - sorry no exceptions, social distancing rules apply. Please by guided by the Churchwardens and Stewards.
Children's Worship - The Sunday Club - Currently suspended
The Sunday Club meets at 10.30 am on Sundays during term-time. The children join the congregation at the beginning of the service then enjoy group activities in a side room until they return for a blessing and to show us the results of their activities before the final hymn.
Children in church
Children are welcome at all our services. For children who may need entertaining there is a children's corner with soft toys, books and activities at the back of the church, near the coffee counter.
Weddings, Baptisms and Confirmation:
Please contact the Vicar to discuss your plans and requirements 01642 482896
For more details visit these special pages
Special services - in thanksgiving for the life of a loved one,
renewal of wedding vows, personal confessions
by arrangement with the Vicar