From 26 March churches were permitted to open again for worship. We opened for private prayer on Good Friday and for Holy Communion on Easter Day (4 April).
We have worked hard to keep ourselves and each other safe, so we thank each other for that, despite the difficulties that an extended lockdown brings for many of us. The Scottish Episcopal Church has been producing guidance for churches, which the Vestry (trustees) and Rector of St Mark’s have been following. (You can see the guidance from the SEC here: https://www.scotland.anglican.org/coronavirus-updates/)
Online Services: We meet online for a Zoom service every Sunday at 11am and every Thursday at 10am each week. If you would like to join us on Zoom, there is a link on this page.
Sunday morning worship in the church building: Open from Easter Day. Please email us if you would like to come – firstname.lastname@example.org
10am every Sunday.
Our church building is not currently open for private prayer, but this will start again in week beginning 20th April, check our noticeboard or Facebook page for further details.
Reflections from our garden, A series of short video reflections, inspired by our garden and graveyard. You can sit in the garden and listen to these, or from the comfort of home.
- Easter Day … reflection here
- Seven Last Words from the Cross
- Meditations based on walking the Labyrinth
Other Groups: Most of our church groups are still meeting over Zoom. You can find more detail about these groups on their pages