Coronavirus Covid 19
Following a statement from the Bishop Of St Asaph, ‘in person’ worship has been suspended until the end of January. This is also a response to the rise in cases locally. There is an exception for funerals. Online worship moves to 10.00am on Sunday’s on the Facebook page and afterwards on this website. A zoom chat is available at 11.00am each Sunday. Please be in touch if you would like the meeting details.
Sunday Worship ‘in person’ happens every Sunday at 11.00am.
Holy Communion is generally administered on the 1st and 3rd Sunday’s of the month. Only the bread can be offered to the congregation following strict Church in Wales guidelines.
Masks must be worn apart from those actively leading worship.
No one should be in church who shows any symptoms of covid 19 or who lives outside of the Wrexham County Borough area apart from funerals or weddings.
Only people from the same household can sit together in worship.
Baptisms can take place. We invite those enquiring about baptism to join us in worship in the first instance.
Online worship continues to be available on our Facebook site at 4.00pm on Sundays and afterwards posted below. This is a joint service with our sister church, St Margaret’s, Garden Village
Croseo yn ol — Welcome back
Church life also continues via this website and on social media. If you would value regular emails or phone calls, please contact us.
‘Holy Kids’, activities for primary school aged children, meets at St Mark’s between 2.00pm & 3.00pm on Sundays. Call 07933 667065 for details.
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.
Online Service for Sunday 17th January
Bishop Gregory’s Pastoral Letter:
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.