Celebrating today, Shaping tomorrowCurrently meeting In Kirkby Scout Hut on the corner of Old Rough Lane and County Road.
Sunday Worship at 9.30am
St. Mark’s Church has been in Northwood for many years, first meeting in the hall, and then in the purpose built church from 1970. The Community Shop that the church ran was at the hub of community life in Northwood for years, and many people will remember the unique character of the wit and wisdom exchanged there.
At the heart of St. Mark’s now is our weekly Eucharist, where we gather in the Scout Hut on Sunday mornings to spend some time drawing near to God, and finding space in the busyness of life. We welcome anyone interested in worshipping with us, from any religious tradition or none.
Who was St. Mark?
John Mark was a Jew and according to Paul’s letter to the Colossians was cousin to Barnabas. He accompanied Barnabas and Paul on their first missionary journey. Afterwards he went to Cyprus with Barnabas and to Rome with first Paul and then Peter.
The Gospel which bears his name is generally regarded as the earliest and was most likely written whilst he was in Rome.
Mark’s Gospel has a sharpness and immediacy about it and he does not spare the disciples in noting their weakness and lack of understanding that Jesus the Christ would suffer for the world’s redemption.
For more information regarding St. Mark’s, call in on a Sunday morning, or contact:Rev. Jeremy Fagan 27, Shakespeare Avenue Kirkby L32 9SH 0151 547 2133