St John & St Mark Church Bury
To know, grow and show the love of God
Our next Sunday@Seven service is on June 27th. It will be called: ‘Let everything that has breath, praise the Lord’ led by Nigel Silvester.
We next meet for our monthly Sunday evening informal worship at 7pm on May 30th 2021. It will be called…
In the Wilderness, God showed up – and if he didn’t, the people perished. But people soon forget. They did then – and we do now.
We next meet for our Sunday evening informal worship at 7pm on April 25th. It will be called ‘Running the Race’, led by Nigel Silvester.
We next meet for our Sunday evening worship at 7pm on March 28th, Palm Sunday. It will be called: “Making an Entrance” led by Nigel Silvester.
Our next Sunday@Seven will be on February 28th. It will be a Reflection for Lent called: “Time for a closer look” led by Nigel Silvester.
Our next Sunday@Seven service is entitled ‘Looking forward’ and will be Zoomed on January 31st, 2021. We would love for you to join us.
Our next Sunday@Seven service is on January 3rd, 2021. It’s called ‘Heaven invites you to a party’ – a time to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
Our next Sunday@Seven service will be on November 29th. This will be an Advent Service on Zoom and the theme this time is “What are you waiting for?”
Our next Sunday@Seven service will be October 25th and, yes, it will be at 7 pm. The theme this time is “What are you doing here” which is taken from 1 Kings 19:13
We’re in Creation Season, a time for thinking about God as Creator and Sustainer. Hence our next Sunday@Seven meeting: ‘All that he had made’.
We thought ‘Jesus’ top 10 tips for dining out’ would be a way to think differently about Jesus and about ourselves. And we’ll sing some good songs too!
The Bible is full of water stories. From Genesis when God moved over the water to Revelation and the river of the water of life. Water, water everywhere!
Our next Sunday@Seven service will be on July 26th 2020. Our theme this time will be ‘Come to the waters’. Water plays a big part in the Bible. There’s often too much of it or too little of it!
Jesus had told his disciples: “go, make disciples of all nations, baptising them and teaching them”. Jesus was saying: “Tell everyone. It’s good to talk!”
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