Update January 14th 2021: following instructions for a curfew from 18.00, starting on Saturday 16th January, the 17.30 service at St Paul’s is cancelled on January 17th. From December 6th, limited physical meetings are now available at St Mark’s and St Paul’s. Following the re-introduction of lockdown on 30th October, public services at St Mark’s […]
As some of you will have heard, the famine in the South of the country is getting worse. In Malagasy they have a special word, kéré, for this type of severe famine which destroys the land and life. Some of the NGOs who are still in the country have started to act, see https://insight.wfp.org/madagascar-drought-and-covid-19-push-1-5-million-to-the-brink-9968c776fa99 This […]
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Following the announcement by the Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on 14th March, public services at St Mark’s and St Paul’s buildings were discontinued. We have been holding online services by Zoom since Sunday 22nd March. Download the Zoom app or dial in: the numbers are given on the events page and home page. If you […]
St Mark’s AGM will be on April 14th this year (2019) and in order to vote or stand for the church council, you should be on the electoral roll. Please ask Maggie Simmons for an application form, or pick one up from church if you want to join the electoral roll.