Sunday Services take place in the Crozier Hall at 8.30am, and in St Mark's Church at 10.30am (livestreamed) and 7pm.  A midweek service also takes place in church on Wednesdays at 7.30pm.  A recorded at home version of the midweek service is available online on Fridays from 9pm.  All services are available from our YouTube Channel which is accessible by clicking here.


Everyone will be welcome to attend services, although all are encouraged to only come if their presence does not contradict current guidelines. 

Anyone displaying symptoms of Covid19, or who has been in recent contact with someone confirmed or suspected of having Covid19 is asked to remain at home and seek medical advice.

Opportunities also exist through this website for join us in prayer and in worship.  Below you will find details about our Prayer Ministry Partnership.

Please always know our prayers for you, our community, nation and world, especially at this very concerning time.


Prayer is an expression of our faith as Christians who believe in the God of holiness and of grace, of glory and of goodness.

Under more regular conditions, Prayer initiatives take place during the year, such as regular meetings, a Day of Prayer in the church and the 'Thy Kingdom Come' Prayer Initiative.  Prayer is also encouraged through the Prayer Ministry Partnership.  If you would like to be part of this group of praying people, upholding the Christian names of those who have requested prayer in faith, please do feel free to get in touch via our Parish Office. 


If you would like your Christian Name to be added to our Prayer List, we would be delighted to include it.  You may contact us using the response form below.

Thank you. The person you have submitted will be regularly remembered in prayer for one month.