Welcome to

St Mark’s Church, Winshill

+ Welcoming All +
+ Worshipping God +
+ Reaching out to share His love +

Church open
for Public Worship

If you feel ready to return there are a few new things in place for safe worship.

  • Face coverings are encouraged (but it is not mandatory).
  • Track and Trace system in place – either bring a card with your details, or sign our sheet within church.
  • Limited seating with 2 meter social distancing.
  • Letting the vicar know you plan to come, to help aid safe numbers.

A Guide to Public Worship at St Mark’s Winshill

Church from Entrance
Welcome Sign for Church Pews
Sign saying Church Open for Public Worship

Wednesday 5th August

Collect & Readings
Daniel 7.9,10,13,14   •  2 Peter 1.16–19  •  Luke 9.28–36
‘The Transfiguration’ Reflection written by Revd Frank Startin

Sunday 2nd August – Trinity 8

Collect & Readings
Isaiah 55.1–5  •  Romans 9.1–5  •  Matthew 14.13–21
‘Normal?’ Reflection written by Revd Philip Bosher
Notice Sheet (Pew Sheet) 02.08.2020

Prayer Walks

We’ve created a selection of walks with audio commentary and prayers for you to follow.  Use them as you like to explore your local area, explore themes and ideas, and have space for prayer.

A short video about prayer walks from the Church of England.

The point of prayer walking isn’t about being seen to pray;
it’s about seeing and praying.
You can pray quietly or in silence.
However, don’t be afraid to pray out loud if you feel compelled to.

If you have any need for additional support, emotional or spiritual, for prayer or for daily practical needs please do speak up.

For up to date information on COVID-19 and current advice around Church.

Winshill Together Facebook Group – Advice, Support and Tips for our Community.

Ministry Team at St Mark's Church

Welcome from Revd Philip Bosher

Thank you for taking the time to look at our website.

St Marks Church is a part of the Church of England, and ministers to the local community of Winshill on the outskirts of Burton-upon-Trent. The current church has been a prominent part of the local landscape for 150 years.

You can find out plenty about its history and structure on this site, but while it is interesting to look back and see where we have come from, I hope that you will be see that we are a church for today not of the past.

A Church that is forward looking and outward facing, striving in all that it does to reflect our faith in the God who we see most fully in the person of Jesus Christ. We seek to reflect the love of God as fully as we can, through prayer, worship and action.

Protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults is the responsibility of us all, whether they are in the communities in which we live or part of our Christian family.

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