Services

 

In Church

(Suspended until December due to COVID-19 restrictions)

0900 Holy Communion (Lady Chapel)

said according to the Book of Common Prayer 

  

1030 Parish Eucharist (Choral) (Nave).

Changes have been introduced to keep you, and others, safe under COVID-19 regulations. From 8th August it is compulsory to wear a mask or face covering in church. There is a limit on the number of places available. Your name and contact number will be taken on entry, for Test & Trace purposes. These will be kept for 21 days only.

No singing by the congregation is yet permitted. However, our Director of Music, Andrew Wilson, and other St Mark's Choir members, will sing in a small group to make a musical offering and the organ will be played.

 

 

Choral Evensong

In normal times the choir of St Mark's sings Choral Evensong on the fourth Sunday of each month.  Whilst restrictions mean that this is not currently possible you may like tolisten to a BBC R3 broadcast.  If you are new to Choral Evensong why not try it, by clicking on the logo and, hopefully, will then come to join the congregation at St Mark's once we are again able to hold the service

29th November, 2020

Chapel of St John's College Cambridge 

 

A Service for Advent with Carols

Order of service on the BBC Choral Evensong website

 

Andrew Nethsingha (Director of Music)
James Anderson-Besant (Assistant Organist)
George Herbert (Herbert Howells Organ Scholar)

Weddings

To marry at St. Mark's you will need:

either to live in the parish (check!)

or to have a 'qualifying connection' with the church (check!)

More details for your planning​ are here

Baptisms

Baptisms, Naming Ceremonies and Thanksgivings are all free! 

Please contact the Vicar for more information. 

Funerals and 

Commemorations

We will liaise with your funeral director over all arrangements to create the kind of occasion you wish for. 

Costs of a church or crematorium funeral service amount to approx. £190. 

Garden of Remembrance

St. Mark's has a consecrated Garden in which the ashes of your loved one could be interred, a lovely place of peace and reflection behind the church. Please contact one of the clergy to discuss. 

Book of Remembrance

You may also wish to have your loved one's name inscribed in the Book of Remembrance in the church. You can find an application form here