St John & St Mark Church Bury
To know, grow and show the love of God
Jesus started his church with a bunch of men and women that we know about from the Gospels. For the…
Do you ever wonder that if your church or organisation or your place of work would cease to function, then…
Inside the July & August 2022 magazine you will find thoughts from David Robinson on his recently completed Foundations For Ministry course.
The July 2022 Bible readings include: Thomas being honest, Sarah making an unfeasibly large amount of bread and Jesus showing us how to pray.
I want you to help me with this. If I say: ‘No longer Jew or Greek,’ you say: ‘no longer slave or free, no longer male and female.’
Our next Sunday evening worship will be 7pm on June 26th. We’re calling it a ‘Summer Sing-Out.’ Come and join us as we sing songs of faith.
I bind unto myself this day the strong name of the Trinity. The Creator’s gifts of earth and sky, the flowing creeks and fertile land…
If you’re wanting a quiet life, then the very last thing you want to do is to go looking for a prayer meeting. Luke puts on the style…
The Pentecost June 2022 magazine includes news and updates from most of our church groups and organisations. Plus there’s a little about Bake Off…
The June 2022 Bible readings include the disciples becoming multi-lingual; flying pigs and God ready to be found by those not looking for him
Our next Sunday evening worship service will be at 7pm on May 29th. The theme this time is: ‘Pentecost Praise’, with a focus on the Psalms.
Welcome to the latest Safeguarding Newsletter. It includes an update on the recent Past Case Review (PCR2) and relevant contact details.
No matter how rubbish, how disappointed, angry or frightened we feel, there’s hope. But there’s a challenge for us too. An expectation of us.
Our May 2022 magazine contains a tribute to Joan Birch and a letter from the Bishop of Manchester. Plus an article on radical compassion.
The May 2022 Bible readings include Saul and Peter realiasing how wrong they’d been, a seamstress called Tabitha and a merchant called Lydia.
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