St Mark's Church, Worsley
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Regular Services at St Mark's
8.00am - Holy Communion
A quiet, said service following the Book of Common Prayer
10.30am - Parish Communion
(& Children's Church during term time)
A Choral Service using Common Worship order 1 Traditional Language with hymns, psalm, sermon, anthem and a musical setting
6.30pm - Evening Prayer
Usually sung with a full Choral Evensong on the last Sunday of the month
9.30am - Tiny Church
(First & Third Sundays)
A short 20-minute service aimed at young families
Tuesdays at 9.30am - Team Communion
A said service in the Ellesmere Chapel to which everyone is welcome
Last Monday of the month, 8 pm - Compline
A short evening service in the Ellesmere Chapel
Parent & Toddler Group
Parent & Toddler Group meet in the Church Hall every Wednesday during term-time at 1.30pm. If you have a child under school age and would like information about joining, please email us.
Our Children's Church is for children school-aged and above. They meet weekly on a Sunday morning during term-time. They start off in church at the Communion Service at 10.30am and go to the Church Hall during the first hymn, returning to the service during Communion to share with the congregation what they have been doing.
Our Children's Church has been awarded the Child-Friendly Award.
For younger children please see details above for our "Tiny Church" twice monthly services and our Parent & Toddler Group
This encompasses Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Rangers.
For details about joining any of these uniformed groups, email email@example.com
The Mothers' Union meet in the Church Hall on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 10.30am, with Holy Communion being taken on the 2nd Tuesday. For information about joining, please email us
The Craft Group meet in the Church Hall every Friday at 10 am. All are welcome.
The Flower Guild arrange the flowers each week for in church and also for any weddings that have been booked.
How To Find Us
We are situated on the outskirts of the North West of Manchester and Salford within easy reach of the M60, M61, M62 and M6 motorways.
We occupy a prominent position overlooking Worsley Brow at the junction of the A572 (Leigh Road / Worsley Brow) and A575 (Walkden Road), directly opposite the clockwise entry/exit slip road and a minute's drive from the anticlockwise exit at Junction 13 of the M60, the Manchester orbital motorway.
Local landmarks are the Novotel hotel and the John Gilbert public house, situated opposite the church on Worsley Brow. The church spire can be clearly seen from the nearby motorway as you approach Worsley
Note - The church has a small parking area directly outside, subject to Local Authority parking regulations which are strictly enforced. A much safer option is to use the church car park, which can be accessed from Walkden Road (About 30 yards beyond church pull in) signposted "Footpath/Bishop's Lodge" then bear right to the car park.
St Mark's Church