St Mark's is open for Sunday worship.
 

COVID 19 precautions

All our services (except Darkest night) will now be live streamed and can be found both on our home page and our Christmas 2021 page.

We want you to be safe while visiting St Mark's, so we require everyone to wear a mask when they enter the building unless they are exempt. Most of our services will have over 100 people and our preparations (and ventilating heating system) mean we are a very safe venue for up to 200 people. As an added way of keeping everyone safe, we ask that you take a lateral flow test before you join us for an event. You will not need to show evidence of this. Our Turkey Barms and Community Carols event may see more than 300 in the building and we encourage those who are most vulnerable to the virus to view that service from home. 

 

We continue to have a strong presence online with our Sunday services at 10am and our Morning Prayers every morning at 9.15 so Click Here to join us for that.

If you want some more information, please get in touch by emailing: info@stmarkshaydock.org

HOW CAN WE HELP WITH COVID-19 / CORONAVIRUS?

At this time of uncertainty and isolation, you are not alone.

We are here for you

We have Live Prayer at 9.15 every morning, and church is open and our service live-streamed every Sunday at 10.00am.

If you are worried and want someone to talk to, we will have people who can chat, or even pray with you over the phone or via email.

We want to help and share the love of Jesus.

Talk to us for a chat, prayer or anything at all

Call Us on 01744 604641 or 07716783940

Email us at info@stmarkshaydock.org

"Leave all your worries with Him, because he cares for you."

Here's what we're doing to keep you safe

St Mark's Church risk assessment for Private Prayer and Public Worship

St Mark's Centre and seperate Cafe risk assessment

TANGO risk assessment