Services & Reflections during Covid-19

In July, the Scottish Government announced that we were now entering Phase 3 of the easing of lockdown. This has only been possible thanks to the people of Scotland who have worked hard to keep themselves and each other safe, so thank you for all you have done, and continue to do. 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:


Sunday mornings in the church building: From Sunday 23 August, we are pleased that our church building is open for Sunday morning services at 10am. We will be operating a booking service – please contact if you would like to attend. This will be a service of Holy Communion. We have put in place hygiene and social distancing measures, so please help by adhering to our procedures. Please wear a face mask unless you are medically exempt. Do not attend if you feel unwell or have been in contact with anyone with Covid-19.

We also have a service on our Facebook Page at 10.30am – just go to our page at that time.

Sunday evenings online: We also continue to meet online using Zoom for Sunday services, now in the evening at 6pm, and would be happy to see you there for worship and fellowship. If you would like to join us on Zoom, please contact us for the information; or you can pray with us on YouTube

There is an online service at 10am every Thursday morning. Please just contact us for information about how to join.

Our church building is open for private prayer on Wednesdays 10am – 11.30am, with hygiene and social distancing measures in place.

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.

Our recent services

Other reflections

Other Groups: Most of our church groups are still meeting over Zoom. You can find more detail about these groups on their pages