St John & St Mark Church Bury
To know, grow and show the love of God
Here is our bumper Christmas edition December and January magazine. The paper version can be found in church and we’d love to see you there!
For the first time in about 2 years, we’re having a Coffee Morning! There will be books, toys, jigsaws, cards,…
A free Christmas Dinner is available from Bury Parish Church Hall on Christmas Day, December 25th. Contact 07855 306 074 to order your meal.
The November 2021 magazine has some thoughts from Margery: It’s not enough to remember those who died in wars if we don’t work for peace…
In the October 2021 church magazine you’ll find all the regular news & views plus a reflection on the life of Arthur Smith who died aged 106.
Our September 2021 magazine has articles on Creation Season, Bury CAP Debt Centre and a new provision for asylum seekers.
All Saints’ Elton Amateur Operatic Society are putting on a production of Mike Leigh’s ‘Abigail’s Party’ next week in our Church Hall. Performances will be from Thursday 2nd September till Saturday 4th September 2021
Our July and August 2021 magazine has news, prayers and reflections. There is also an article on the Manchester Diocese 10-year vision.
Our June 2021 church magazine includes news and updates plus a piece on Stewardship and information on the new Manchester Deaneries.
Tots FC is a unique football-speciﬁc programme for pre-school children that’s ideal for tots from 18 month olds to 3 year olds in Tiny Tots.
Our May 2021 church magazine is our Pentecost edition and includes articles on the Ascension, Rogation and ‘Thy Kingdom Come 2021’.
Welcome to our April 2021 church magazine, which is our Easter edition. It contains news and updates plus reflections and prayers for Easter.
Please find a link below to our March 2021 church magazine: Our churches will be opening back up again for…
To financially support our work we’re completely reliant on regular giving, one-off donations, fund raising and hiring out of rooms.
The magazine includes a tribute to Jess Dewhirst, who died on Advent Sunday 2020. Jess knitted and nattered, but not necessarily in that order.
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