Weekly News

Weekly News

TODAY (17th March) in the church hall: 12.00 noon – 3.00pm

St. Mark’s News from the Pew Sheet for Passion Sunday (18/03/18)

Welcome:  Today we welcome the parents, godparents, families and friends of Ben Christopher Onions as he is being brought to baptism.

April Service Rota: The general service rota for April is available today. If you preach, lead or intercede at public worship services, please be sure to take a copy. The ministry team should have received an electronic copy by email.

Annual Parochial Church Meeting: This year’s APCM will be held at 7.00pm on Wednesday, 18th April. Reports can be sent to me electronically as and when you have them ready – thanks!  Terry.

Baptism Preparation: The next baptism preparation evening will be held this Wednesday (21/03) in the Lady Chapel at 7.30pm.

Wedding Blessing: There will be a blessing of the marriage between Mark and Rebecca who have been worshipping with us for a number of weeks here in church next Saturday (24/03) at 3.00pm. Please pray for them.

Daleian Ladies Choir:  The choir, supported by St. Margaret’s Junior School choir will give a concert here in church at 7.30pm next Saturday (24/03). This promises to be a very entertaining evening so please lend your support. Tickets priced at £5.00 are available from Eileen Gray; however, you can pay on the door.


Holy Wednesday 7.00pm – Film (Lady Chapel)
Maundy Thursday – 7.30pm HC & Vigil
Good Friday – 11.00am Matins / 2.00pm Meditation
Easter Eve – 8.00pm Vigil / HC / Party

Jerusalem 2018: To up-date you; frustratingly, EasyJet still haven’t published their November flight schedule so I can’t get a price for our return flight. The outbound flight on Thursday, 25th October is currently priced at £134.00 which is competitive. I will keep checking and advise accordingly. Terry.

Holy Week Film: Our devotional film this year stars Joseph Fiennes and is a 2016 production called “Risen”. A Roman soldier is tasked to search for the resurrected Christ in the 40 days following the crucifixion. It’s been described as an old-fashioned Biblical spectacular with fresh blood in its veins.

Good Friday Walk of Witness:  For those interested, Anglicans, Methodists and Catholics will be carrying a wooden cross and holding devotions between St. Wulstan’s and the Methodist Church in Wolstanton from 10.00am on Good Friday.

Thanks… to everyone who helped at yesterday’s Table Top Sale in the hall.

Christian Aid Walk: The annual CA sponsored walk around Tittesworth Reservoir will be held on Saturday, 24th March this year. More details and sponsorship forms are available in church today.