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    Worship Update
    Although all legal restrictions from the Government have been removed, we have decided to keep the current restrictions in place for the time being. This is to provide a safe space for all, especially in light of the rising numbers of COVID-19 locally. These restrictions include social distancing, the wearing of face coverings, and continuing with recorded music with no congregational singing. We will keep this under review and make appropriate adjustments when safe to do so in the future. Read More

    Church Gardens
    We are planning working parties to get the garden areas cleared of weeds. Gardening skills are not required as some parts just need tidying. If you can spare even an hour, we could make the gardens, car park and War Memorial looking as they should – well cared-for. Saturdays 31 July and 14 August are the dates (with more to follow if necessary) starting at 9.00am until 12 noon. Refreshments will be provided. Read More

    Annual Gift Day 22nd May 2021
    This year we have chosen Saturday 22nd May to launch our Annual Giving which is exactly 161 years since St mark’s was opened and dedicated. Full details of what Gift Day is, why funds are needed and how to donate can be found here. Read More

    Bishop of Southwark's Lent Call
    The annual Lent Call is now open.  More information can be found here.  To donate to the fund, please use our Golden Giving Donate button (all donations made this way from 17 February until 4 April 2021 will be treated as being for the Lent Call.  Alternatively please send a cheque to the Vicarage. Read More

    Revd Reg's Ordination
    As you are probably aware, Revd Reg will be ordained Priest this Saturday, 17 October at 11am.  Only those invited are able to attend, but the service will be live streamed on YouTube.  Read More

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    Jarel Robinson-Brown on Black, Gay, British, Christian, Queer: The Church and the famine of grace
    ON THE podcast this week, the Revd Jarel Robinson-Brown talks about his book, Black, Gay, British, Christian, Queer: The Church and the famine of grace. It’s published by SCM Press and is available from the Church Times Bookshop for the special pr...

    18th Sunday after Trinity
    THE psalmist asks God, “What are human beings that you are mindful of them, mortals that you care for them?” (8.4). Each reading contributes something to answering that question. No less a student of the human condition than Hamlet has a stab at i...

    Legal action taken after clerics join motorway climate protests
    FOUR clerics — three Anglican and one Roman Catholic — were among climate campaigners who brought traffic to a standstill last week with a series of sit-ins on M25 sliproads. But from this week such protests could incur imprisonment for contempt o...

    Boom in General Synod election candidates
    UP TO 50 candidates in the General Synod elections are standing in some dioceses, presenting electors with a mountain of addresses to read, and sometimes — in a new departure for the new quinquennium — videos to watch. Voting closes on 8 October: ...

    National Insurance hike takes its toll on C of E
    CHURCH finances, already suffering from a drop in giving during the pandemic, are facing a multi-million-pound hit next year as a result of the Government’s National Insurance increase to pay for medical and social care. The 1.25-per-cent rise in ...

    Bishop of Blackburn warns that poorest could suffer in move to net-zero emissions
    BRITAIN’s poorest citizens could become unexpected victims of the country’s efforts to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050, the Bishop of Blackburn, the Rt Revd Julian Henderson, has said. “It is my fear that the poorest ten per cent will be l...

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