Welcome to St Mark's

We are a worshipping, welcoming church in a beautiful area of north Sheffield.

The weekly Sunday service is at 10:00am.

Chairs normally are in rows, but there is separate seating for those who prefer to maintain social distancing. Face coverings are optional. We continue to work in line with government and Church of England guidance. The service will be recorded and available to watch for those still shielding, self isolating or who prefer to not attend in person.

This week's news sheet can be downloaded as a .pdf

For information about activities for children and families, please contact Nicky Worrall smg.children@gmail.com 07796 217256

Please donate this Christian Aid Week (15-22 May). Your donations will help families facing poverty and injustice around the world.

  • £5 could buy water taps for a community garden

  • £15 could buy drought-resistant seeds like sorghum or millet to help 10 farmers like Jessica to grow food

  • £60 could train 50 women farmers to adapt and grow food in the changing climate

  • £250 could help a family build a storeroom, and provide seeds and fertilisers

Click the logo on the left to donate online or see our Christian Aid page for more details.

Food banks

Church members have always been very generous in their contributions to local foodbanks. St Mark's church is open each Wednesday evening between 6pm and 7pm for you to bring gifts of food and toiletries. To find out the latest needs and news see the Foodbank page.

Our Kenya link

As part of the regular charitable giving St Mark's helps to support the work of Roger, one of our church members, in a school in Kenya. To read his latest Easter update see the St Mark's Worldwide page

Looking after God's world

Help for farmers in Zimbabwe and counting plastic!

This month we feature eco issues highlighted by Christian Aid and Greenpeace, and look at everyone can help in the battles against climate change and discarded plastic. See our Eco Church page for the whole story.

Ukraine

If you would like to donate to the funds for the Ukrainian refugees we recommend the Disaster Emergency Committee Ukraine Humanitarian Fund.

Donate

Although the life and ministry St Mark's is maintained mainly by volunteers there are a lot of running costs involved in serving the community in Grenoside. Services (including baptisms) are free and open to everyone. All our income comes from donations. If you would like to contribute to the church's work in this village and beyond please visit our Give a Little page.

Need to talk?

The Listening Service is for everyone who needs it, whatever their need.

See the Listening Service web page for more details

Prayer changes lives

Sharing the peace

It would be great if as many of you as possible could colour in a Peace picture and email a photo of you and the picture to share the peace with everyone who visits this website. These are the ones we have so far - it isn't too late for you to do it too! It's lovely to see the familiar faces from our church family. You can download the colouring sheet from the link below. Email a photo of you and your work of art to stmarksgrenoside@gmail.com

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