8.00 am Holy Communion according to the Book of Common Prayer – currently suspended
A quiet service in the Chapel using traditional Anglican liturgy, lasting around half an hour.
10.00 am The Parish Eucharist – digital service
Our main Sunday Communion service is for a community of all ages. The worship draws on traditional and modern resources with service booklets provided each week and available below. Hymns and songs are usually accompanied by the organ and led by St Mark’s Choir. We have several groups for children and young people which run during this time. The service lasts around an hour and 15 minutes.
Service resources for 5 April 2020 – Palm Sunday
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If you would like to make a paper cross for Palm Sunday, you can find instructions here
- Welcome – Mark Newitt (PDF version)
Opening hymn YouTube video
2.The Passion Gospel (PDF version)
(This track is better heard through headphones, or at a louder volume)
3.Prayers of the People – Eve Saunders (PDF version)
Offertory hymn YouTube video
Anthem YouTube video
4. Blessing – Mark Newitt
Final hymn YouTube video
Organ Voluntary YouTube video
4.00 pm Open Sheffield Open Communion – currently suspended
Held on the second Sunday of each month, refreshments are available from 3.30pm.
4.30pm Tea Time service
Providing an opportunity for people of all ages to gather and pray using a variety of multi-sensory prayer stations. We meet roughly six times a year. The current schedule dates will be 31 May and 26 July.
7.00 pm Night Service
This week we encourage you to engage with the 10am Liturgy this week (see above).
Night Service happens every Sunday evening and is approximately 45 minutes in duration. It is a simple act of worship using silence, music, readings and prayer to create space to ‘be’ – in the presence of God and in the company of others.
Drawing inspiration from the person of Jesus, Night Service assumes no creed or religious affiliation beyond an open mind and an inquiring faith. Each month we explore a different theme, with each service approaching the topic from different directions and perspectives. Whatever form Night Service takes, it always includes at least 10 minutes of silence.