‘St Mark’s, sharing God’s love in the City Centre’
Welcome to Aberdeen St Mark’s Church of Scotland Web Site
Please join us for worship on Sunday 6 December. To register your attendance please email: email@example.com or telephone 07857 812 071 on Friday 20th between 10am-1pm
The guidance from Presbytery can be found here Covid 19https://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/resources/covid-19-coronavirus-advice/advice-for-churches-covid-19-coronavirus
During this current period details of worship services you can see on-line are listed on our Worship Calendar Page
There is access to the prayer initiative, Thy Kingdom Come here along with a message from the Moderator at 121. You can also access this year’s Spring Harvest materials here. A collection of Prayers, collected by Dr Jim Craig, formerly of Holburn West Church can be found here. Intimations from the Church of Scotland are available here
Courtesy of Life and Work you can read the May 2020 edition here.
On 3 December 2019 the Presbytery of Aberdeen, in relation to its new Plan, cisted the vacancy at St Mark’s and we are no longer looking for a minister. Instead, discussions have opened with the Ministries Council to seek the appointment of a Transition Minister. Further updates will be available as news arises.
You will find details of current events or downloads and a link to our Updates Information as well as Contact Links and our Daily Bible Reading further down this page.
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The personal details you supply will be held for the primary purpose of processing the reason for your contact (Hall Booking, Pastoral Contact etc.) Your details will be used only by our congregation and will not be made available to any third party. By contacting St Mark’s Church or its Interim Moderator or Locum, Session Clerks or Webmaster by e-mail you are consenting to your details being held for the relevant purpose. (Privacy Statement)
Aberdeen St Mark’s Church of Scotland is a registered Scottish charity No. SC015451
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