Coronavirus Covid 19
Following the Welsh Government advice of July 10th, we are able to recommence public worship.
A service will be held on Sunday 26th July at 11.00am and on following Sundays until further notice
Please follow the strict guidelines which we have been given by the Church in Wales by following the directions posted on notices and from the stewards. We cannot accept unaccompanied children at this time but hope to do so soon.
Online worship will continue to be available on our Facebook site at 4.00pm on Sundays and afterwards posted below.
Croseo yn ol — Welcome back
Face shields continue to be available. See link below for full details.
Testing for Covid 19 available this week at Caia Park Health Centre. If you have any of the symptoms, however mild, please get a test done. Full details below
Church life also continues via this website and on social media. If you would value regular emails or phone calls, please contact us.
Foodbank and other support for those in need remain. FOODBANK is now 12.30pm -2.00pm (check Foodbank website for details) Please contact us if you think we can help. AWOV (Association of Voluntary Organisations in Wrexham) https://avow.org/contact-us 01978 312556 are acting as brokers for both those offering and those needing voluntary help.
Baptisms, Weddings and funerals can now take place in church with restrictions in place.
Online Service for Sunday 26th July:
Thank you for all your photos – please keep sending them in! Thanks to everyone who took part. If you would like to do a reading or lead the prayers do let us know!
If you would like the chance to learn more about Christianity and ask any questions, please be in touch
SUNDAYS: ….in normal times!
‘Holy Kids’ for children every Sunday @ 11.00am
Worship is at 11.00am Every Sunday* & 9.30am 1st & 3rd Sundays in the month
* Not 5th Sundays in the month:
St Mark’s Church exists to make known the ‘gospel’ or ‘Good News’ of Jesus Christ across Caia Park and Wrexham.
This happens in two ways:
- We seek to show practical love and support to all who need it through prayer, friendship and activities such as the food bank and food for children during school holidays.
- To demonstrate that knowing Jesus for yourself can transform your life now and forever.
St Mark’s Church is built at the highest point on Caia Park. It was opened in 1962 to provide an Anglican place of worship on the estate. Today, there are a growing number of services and other activities. People of all faiths and none are welcome to come and join us.
We work in partnership with the other churches Anglican churches in the Mission Area of Wrexham, St Anne’s Roman Catholic Church, Caia Park and Rock Chapel, Smithfield and many other churches of differing traditions across Wrexham and beyond. We also work with many other agencies supporting lives on Caia Park.