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    On Sunday 12 July, at 10.30am we look forward to holding our first Service since the "Coronavirus" situation began in March ... and we look forward to sharing it with you.  So, put the date in your diary, and join us if you can.  Everyone welcome!

    SUNDAY 12 JULY @ 10.30am

    We are required, by the regulations, to conduct a Risk Assesment, and provide worshippers with Safety Notes, both of which you can read by clicking on the links as shown.  If you have any questions, please contact Fr. Ian.



    Meanwhile, our ...

    Coronav e-Church

    ... will continue for a transition period, as we settle back into the routine of worshipping once again inside our Church.  These are early days, and the virus could, sadly, peak again (or similar) so we must be cautious, yet optimistic with it.
    Also, there will be many who do not feel confident about entering a public building at this stage, and we totally understand that concern - which is why we shall continue with our e-Church, offering Bible readings, prayers, reflective material and a liturgy to follow, so that no one will ever feel excluded.
    If you have any comments which you would like to share, please do not hesitate in contacting Fr. Ian.




    As the 'lockdown' situation eases, the regulations now allow for certain additional acts of worship to take place within churches, all subject to restrictions and regulation, and dependant upon the conditions within the building.
    At this point in time, here at St. Mark's we are now able to offer FUNERALS within the Church, so if you are looking to organise such, please contact Fr. Ian for the latest update concerning the limitations on numbers attending and the style of service available.
    As an alternative, you may like to consider the tranquil location of "Greenacres" at Heatherley Wood (near Grayshott), where both cremation and burial is offered.  I have just conducted two funerals there, and can certainly recommend it as a comforting venue for any funeral ceremony.  [For more information, use the link above, or speak with Fr. Ian]
    We are now looking at taking provisional enquiries for WEDDINGS in 2021.  Again, additional information is available via Fr. Ian.  If you are considering organising a Wedding, please be sure to speak with us before you attempt to book a venue!
    At this stage, BAPTISMS are not currently available here at St. Mark's - but keep an eye on this website for updates.




    And so we enter that long "Summer-Time" season, otherwise known as the 'Sundays After Trinity'.
    Whilst devoid of major themes, we will try to provide a little variety along the way during this 'closure' period ...


    [LECTIONARY of Bible Readings for July currrently under construction]

    "SUMMER-TIME" Worship (for the Season of Trinity)

    TRINITY 3 (28 June) Thoughts on Matthew 10:40-end


    Our friends at St. Peter's have recorded some worship resources which you can access on their YouTube ChannelThere is a large range of items, including talks, prayers and worship itself.  They also have some material for children: PJ Church (for Juniors & Infants) and Youth Online (for teenagers).  There is a lot to choose from, so do take a look!

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    A new Church of England feature, with prayerful resources for all - click HERE for more details




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           THE RADIO!"

    Click HERE to read Fr. Ian musing on all sorts of things ...


    And, if you're looking to laugh-out-loud, then watch this YouTube video from a chapel community in Wales, as they prepare to greet you at their Church now that the 'closure' is over ...



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    NOTE: Periodically, material will be removed from this main "Coronav e-Church" page ... if you are looking for something (article, prayer or picture), you may now find it in the 'Archive', which can be accessed via the button on the menu-bar to the left

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    During this "Coronavirus" situation,
    the following still cannot happen ...

    St. Mark's Fellowship Group - no more meetings for the time being
    Social Events - all planned social events in the parish calendar are suspended

    ... Updates will follow as the regulations ease

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    are very much in our thoughts & prayers at this time
    as they try to understand the issues of this "Coronavirus" situation

      and why some are still at home
    and others are allowed back into School
    We've encouraged them to put some of their thoughts into prayer,
    which we are adding to the e-Church Prayer Calendar below
    so do take a look - and remember each of them at this time

    A Prayer for Today
    Lord, I’m here today with open hands and an open heart,
    ready to depend on you to help me through the day
    and all it will bring my way.
    Help me come to you for guidance, strength and protection,
    as I face tough choices and hard situations that we are all facing today.
    Help me live today in a way that brings honour to you

    LOGAN, Year 6

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    Below, our e-Church Prayer Calendar, each day bringing you an Intercession.  It is compiled from requests for prayer made by each and everyone of you - so if there is any topic that you would like reflected in this rolling list, please get in touch by clicking HERE

    All of these petitions for prayer are also available, as a list, by clicking HERE

    (Meanwhile, our usual monthly cycle of Prayer for the whole parish is also available, as always, via the 'Prayer & Scripture' button in the menu-bar - thanks to Marie for continuing this feature)


  • Our "Coronav e-Church" Prayer for today ...

    For all who serve our local community as care workers, health assistants, and others who work alongside the frail and housebound


  • JULY 2020:
    We apologise if you are having problems contacting the Church via this website.  There has been a security breach with the website provider, so we have disengaged the link between the 'Contact Us' form and our parish office - click HERE for more details.


    WELCOME to our website, which is full of lots of information about our Church.  We do hope that you'll enjoy browsing through it; and we look forward to welcoming you to our Church whenever you can join us.

    Occasionally, material is 'removed' for updating, so if there is something you need to know, and cannot find it here, please 'phone 01252-544711, or click here to send a Contact Form back to us.

    Below, other news and 'bits-&-pieces' that you might be interested in ...


    Well, perhaps not, exactly ... but take a look in our 'Features' section, to see the full story - with photos - of our amazing "Crocheted Christmas Tree" project.  The squares are currently being sewn into blankets.  They are all FOR SALE, so contact Judith or Carole (via 'Contact Us' on this website) to find out more ...


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