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Evening Prayer (said)
every Monday 7pm
Morning Prayer (said)
every Wednesday & Thursday 9am
every Thursday 9.30am
Celebration: children & adults
1.45pm 2nd & 4th Tues of month
Extra services on special occasions; please take a look at the
or Pew Sheet / MARK MAG
Brownies & Guides
Collect for Pentecost:
God, who as at this time
taught the hearts of your faithful people
by sending to them the light of your Holy Spirit:
grant us by the same Spirit
to have a right judgement in all things
and evermore to rejoice in his holy comfort;
through the merits of Christ Jesus our Saviour,
who is alive and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever. AMEN
Sunday 26 May:
9.30am Parish Eucharist
followed by FAIRTRADE stall
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PARISH EUCHARIST is the main service of the week with organ, choir (except in August) altar servers to help with the ritual
to enhance our worship. In term time, young people are invited to YOUNG LIONS in the Hall shortly after the start of the service, returning for the communion.
The climax of the service is when all invited to the altar rail. Those who are confirmed receive the bread and wine as the body and blood of Jesus.
Others (please keep your hands by your side) receive a personal blessing from the priest.
Afterwards, we enjoy a chat over a cup of coffee in the Hall, where the FAIRTRADE stall is available usually on the last Sunday of the month. On
the second Sunday some people join together to discuss the sermon.
WEEKDAY MASS is a devotional, quiet time of worship lasting about half an hour and usually held in the Lady Chapel.
Afterwards on a Thursday we often enjoy a cuppa in the Hall kitchen!
EVENING PRAYER is a short, devotional service without music following the order for the day from the Book of Common Worship usually led by a lay member of St Mark's
and generally held in the Lady Chapel.
MORNING PRAYER is a short, devotional service without music following the order for the day from the Book of Common Worship usually led by Fr Keith or a lay member of St Mark's.
YOUNG LIONS (children and teenagers) start off in the service but are soon invited over to the Hall
for all sorts of fun activities on a Christian theme. They return to the service in time for the communion.
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OUR CHOIR leads the worship every Sunday morning and at other times as advertised. The enthusiastic band
includes several young choristers.
The choir practises most Thursday's at 7.30pm in Church and 9am in the Hall on Sunday's. New faces welcome!
THE BOYS' BRIGADE, a strong tradition at St Mark's, meet on Monday's in the Henley Community Hall at 7.30pm,
led by Captain John Irons. Their activities tend to be challenging and exciting! Unfortunately, the Anchors and Juniors are not meeting at present due to a
shortage of leaders. If you are interested, please contact captain Irons (who is also churchwarden).
GUIDES & BROWNIES meet in the Hall on Friday evenings, providing stimulating activities for girls and young ladies.
Unfortunately, the Rainbows for the younger ones is currently not operating owing to a shortage of leaders.
The Indoor Car Boot takes place every other Thursday in the Henley Community Hall from 11.30am. In addition to raising thousands
of pounds to help the work of St Mark's Church, it has proved to be a popular meeting place over a cuppa and a sandwich.
The Tuesday Celebration is for pre-school children, babies and adults. It takes place either in St Mark's Church or
in the adjoining Henley Community Hall where there
are plenty of toys to keep the youngsters entertained while the adults have a chat. Light refreshments for all. Finishing with a short act of
worship with special songs for the little ones.