In line with advice from the Scottish Episcopal Church and the UK and Scottish Governments, we’re sorry but our building is now closed. But our faith journey continues. We are developing new ways to pray and support each other and details will be added to this website. See details below about online services.
Opening of the Church: in line with Government and Church Guidance, we are working through plans to reopen the building. Starting on 16th July, we will open for private prayer two times a week – Thursday 3.30-5.30 and Sunday 3.30-5.30.
We have put in place hygiene and social distancing measures. Please help by adhering to our procedures. Please wear a face mask if you are able to.
Other ways of praying and worship
This is a rapidly changing situation and we are all learning fast. What we are sure about is that God is with us all, and that through Christ, we have the capacity to love as God loves us.
This page has some resources for your own journey of faith and we add new resources as we can. This is a time for us to deepen our own prayer lives, and to rest in God. If you would like us to pray for you, please contact us. We are praying for our community, for our world, and for each other at this time.
Prayer and Support: St Marks is praying for our nation and for our community. However, we are aware that many in our community are living with the pain of separation and may be walking through death with loved ones at a distance. We are here to pray with you or to offer an ear. Please contact us and we can phone.
Online Church Services
We are worshiping together at our usual times (Sundays at 10.30am and on Thursdays at 10am). All our services are available on YouTube. Do join us there, reminders are also put on our Facebook page, with links to the services.
You are also welcome to join us on Zoom for worship. Please contact us for the relevant information.
Our YouTube channel also has short reflections which may be of use in your own prayer life.
Our garden and graveyard are always open to pedestrians, we have a number of quiet spots there for reflection, places to sit and enjoy nature, and prayers and Bible passages around the garden. Do enjoy the space.
We look forward to worshiping with you.