St Luke's Church - There will be a 9.30am service of morning worship at the church on Homefield Avenue on Sunday morning.St Mark's Church - Sunday services at St Mark's Church on Bridge Road are at 10.
St Luke's Church - There will be a 9.30am service of morning worship at the church on Homefield Avenue on Sunday morning.
St Mark's Church - Sunday services at St Mark's Church on Bridge Road are at 10.10am holy communion, with Mark II meeting in the church centre at the same time. U:th, the youth group, meet at 7.30pm. There are daily prayer services at 4.15pm each weekday and holy communion on Wednesday at 9.30am. There will also be a service at the Dell Care Home, Cotmer Road on Tuesday at 11am.
Wives' Group - St Mark's Wives Group meet on Monday evening at the church centre at 7.30pm to hear a talk by the transplant co-ordinator, Marie Cherry. New members welcome.
Open House - On Wednesday Open House takes place in the church centre between 10am and 11.30am when all are welcome to call in for a cuppa and view the varied stalls.
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Mothers' Union - St Mark's and St Luke's Mothers' Union will be meeting on Wednesday at the church centre at 2.30pm to hear a talk by Carol Barnard on 30 years of twinning.
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