St Mark's children's pack - particularly for use on Sunday morning

Week 1: Keep ShiningParents notes for family church

Week 2: Keep Shining - Parents notes for family church

Week 3: Keep Shining - Parents notes for family church

Week 3: Keep Shining Good Friday  - Parents notes and colouring for family church

Week 4: Easter Sunday - Parents notes and colouring for family church

Week 5: Keep Shining 19th - April - Parents notes for family church

Week 6: Keep Shining 26th April - Parents notes for family church

Week 7: Keep Shining 10th May - Parents notes for family church

Week 8: Keep Shining 17th May - Parents notes for family church

Week 9: Keep Shining 24th May - Parents notes for family church

Altogether prayer activity - click here for the pdf or copy the pticture below

Week 1: Fruitful on the Frontline 14th June - Parents notes for family church

Week 2: Fruitful on the Frontline 21st June - Parents notes for family church

Praying at home with your kids - some resources

Faith in Kids the wonder of Easter

One Way - our puppet people who are compliling a massive resuorce here

Crafts hand picked by Kay our children's worker

Prayer reflections during lockdown from the team who lead Dream our monthly 8pm service

Click on the below resource and it will open the resource for you

Stand and Stare 1 - Introduction

Stand and Stare 2 - Full of Care

Stand and Stare 3 - The Natural World

Stand and Stare 4 - SIlence

Stand and Stare 5 - Precious Things

Stand and Stare 6 - Individuality

Stand and Stare 7 - A New Normal


Thy Kingdom Come Prayer resources

Why not download the prayer journal - click here

Or the children's virtual reality map - click here

For more Thy Kingdom Come resources check out their website - click here

St Mark's Daily Prayer booklet  - click here


If you know someone who's housebound, then why not deliver one of these to them. You can print it yourself or let the office know and we'll print a copy off for you to deliver (click on the links below)

St Mark's Easter Services full booklets for use at home - these were delivered to those who are not connected online (but the live streamed will have everything you need)

The Eccleston Church's team Easter prayers and meditations

Midweek worship from home

Prayer booklet for those self isolating

St Helen's local resources for use at home


Home schooling? checkout these links

Rock Kidz- youtube videos streamed live every day at 2pm from a local Christian team who work in schools (and featuring Cameron Don-Duncan)

Other resources gathered through a church on the wirral

Wanting to deepen your own prayer life? Try these resources

Try praying



Supporting those who are seriously ill

Keeping in touch with those who are seriously ill - Click here


Bereavement resources

Reflection for use at Home on the day of the funeral - Click here


Resources from Christians Against Povery (CAP) - click here


For the morning prayer blessing - click here

For the Church of England's prayer booklet during the Crona crisis - click here

Or are you looking for prayer points to guide you in your prayers?

Please use these prayer points to help you:-

  • For the many families trying to make ends meet in these uncertain times
  • For the parents now exploring home schooling and supporting their children in this time
  • For social businesses which have been told to close and their financial future
  • For our government in the leadership of the nation
  • Pray for the leaders of our local schools as they naviagte new care stratergies for the pupils still under their care
  • our prayers are with all teachers, support staff, governing bodies and administrators as well as with children and parents.
  • For the Diocesan Education team as they support church schools across Liverpool Diocese
  • Pray for those infected with the virus – for good medical care and a full recovery.
  • For those who are anxious about catching the virus – for them to receive reassurance and to feel safe.
  • Those who are treating the sick – that they will be protected from becoming infected, for energy to continue in their job and that they will feel supported.
  • Those who have been asked to self-isolate; the elderly and those with underlying health conditions – that they will feel supported and have friends and family who can help them.
  • For a cure and for vaccines to be produced – pray for those involved in medical research.
  • For those whose income and jobs are at risk.
  • For those in government who have important decisions to make, that God would give them wisdom.
  • For vulnerable families who will be affected by schools closing and becoming isolated.  Pray for the work of Safe Families.
  • For those living in food poverty as food banks are very low on supplies.
  • For those who are employed in key jobs keeping the country running – emergency services, utility providers and transport workers.
  • For those who are financially insecure and worried about needing to take time off work.
  • Those who live in countries without public healthcare systems.
  • Those who do not have family or friends and are facing this situation alone.
  • We can pray for healthcare workers and political leaders who are responding to this crisis and bearing the incredible responsibility of trying to keep us safe.

Here's the Archbishop's call to prayer at this time

A Prayer for Those Who Are Ill with Coronavirus

Father God,

You are the ultimate Healer. Father, we come before You to pray for those infected with this virus. We pray for not only their healing, but for them to be comforted while they heal. Lord, please eradicate every ounce of this virus from their bodies. Please heal every cell in their bodies, every infected part of their being. We pray for no lasting effects in their bodies from this illness. Father, please heal them inside and out and provide them with the medical care they need, with the medications they need, and with the healing not only physically but spiritually so that they may live life and life abundantly ahead. In Jesus’ name, Amen

A Prayer for Those Who Are Worried about the Spread of the Coronavirus 

Father, Worry and fear are not of Your heart. 1 John 4 reminds us that perfect love casts out all fear, and we pray Your perfect love upon the hearts of all those who are burdened with fear of this virus. Lord, we know with no doubt that You are bigger than the threat of anything, especially illnesses. Please comfort those who are living in fear, please free them from the bondage that anxiety creates within. Remind them that You are still on the Throne and that You are still in control. Fully rain down the serenity that comes only from the Prince of Peace. Help those who are living in unease to trust You in this time so that in times to come we may rest assured that You will be faithful to be with us until the end of age. We rest at the Throne of the Almighty such fears and cast them upon You (1 Peter 5:7), for Your burden is Light and Your Yoke is easy (Matthew 11:30), we know You cover us with Your wings (Psalm 91:4).   In Jesus name, Amen

 A Prayer for Those Treating the Sick

Father,  We come to pray for those who are caring for the sick. It takes a kind and selfless heart to care for those who are sick, and so Father we pray for them. We pray that You would be their source of rest, their source of replenishment when weary, and their source of hope in such overwhelming times. Lord we know in Luke 6:38 that whosoever pours out shall be given back in proportion, so we pray blessings upon these caregivers. We also pray for their health that they may not fall ill. Father protect them with a hedge of protection against the germs of coronavirus and help those who are giving to be protected as they nurse others back to health.  Bless them, oh Lord.

For more prayer ideas click here