Update on worship

With todays recent announcement from the Scottish Government that Stirling Council area will be moved to Tier 4 of the Coronavirus restrictions on Friday. We have taken the decision to suspend ALL face to face worship with immediate effect for the next three weeks. This means that there will be no Sunday Worship on the … [Read more…]

Word from Presbytery about Funerals.

Good evening, we are sharing the following post from Presbytery of Stirling as it contains some important information…. As restrictions around funerals tighten, if you find yourself, sadly, in a situation whereby a loved one has passed away and wondering what to do re a funeral, speak to your local Church of Scotland minister. We … [Read more…]

Letter from Barry

Barry has shared the following letter from himself and Jean. He intended to have this sent out to all those connected with St. Mark’s via post but due to resent changes in advice from the government he has emailed this to all those he can email to.


We have now closed the church for all worship and groups (except AA). We will offer weekly worship online every Sunday at 11am over on our Facebook page, we will also be having Daily Reflections each week day at 11am.

Church Closed

Last week we endeavoured to keep the church open for a couple of hours each day but in the light of updated guidelines we will now be closing the building until further notice. HOWEVER…..a church is far, far more than just the building. The church is the whole community – and the minister and team … [Read more…]

Sunday Worship

Join us live tomorrow morning from 11am! Just come to this Facebook page and our Minister will be here waiting to welcome you 😊

Start Up Stirling, COVID-19

An update on the Friday food bank operated by Start Up Stirling. As from Friday 27 March, until further notice the food bank will operate on a delivery basis only. This means that there will be no Foodbank operating at St. Mark’s until further notice. Referrals can still be obtained from CAB and other agencies … [Read more…]

A word from Barry

Rev. Barry Hughes has made a short video, it can be found on our Facebook page or by following the link below

St. Mark’s is OPEN.

During this period of uncertainty we are aiming to keep the St Mark’s buildings open at specific times – all are welcome to pop in for quiet reflection or a chat. The church should be open between 11am and 1pm each weekday – look out for the signs outside which will be on display when … [Read more…]