Welcome to the Parish of Worsley, part of the Diocese of Manchester.


Our Team is made up of 3 churches; St Mark's in Worsley, St Mary's in Ellenbrook and St Andrew's in Boothstown.

Good news, Children's Church will resume next Sunday, 12th September 2021, during the 11am service. All children over the age of 4 are welcome. We meet over on the left hand side of the church (next to the 'toy corner').


We leave the church during the first hymn and head over to the church hall where we gather for Bible stories, prayers and crafts. We then return to the church in time for holy communion.


We look forward to welcoming back some familiar faces and we hope to welcome some new faces too. 


Please note: 

The forms to sign in for school entry will now be available in church after each service.

Heritage Open Days

Find out more about the upcoming Heritage Open Days at St Marks Churh here.


Supporting St Marks:

In these uncertain times, it is important that we try to keep the church on a sound financial footing so that we can be here to serve the community even when the building itself is not open. We still also need to maintain the fabric of such a historic building.



We Worship God

Look to find details of Church Services at which you will be most welcome

Nurture Believers

There are various opportunities for church members and enquirers who would like to know more about the Christian Faith, and we run Confirmation courses each year for both children and adults


Serve the Community

Through the ministry of the whole church, we seek to serve the Worsley, Ellenbrook and Boothstown community. View details of the numerous and wide-ranging Church Groups and sample the Children and Youth Work which is carried out. You're sure to find something to be part of!

Booking Services

For any queries around wedding and baptism services at St Mark's, please join us at our 11 am Sunday service, where our team will be available to discuss arrangments following the service. 

For more information and guidance on funerals, graves and ashes please contact the Verger, Mr Roy Farnell on 0161 790 5597.

Safeguarding is important to all our churches in the Worsley Parish. We aim to create safe environments, where children and young people are nurtured and protected; and where all people, and especially those who may be vulnerable for any reason, are able to worship and pursue their faith journey with encouragement and in safety. For more information and contacts please see our safeguarding page.