Sunday Morning Service
The 10.50 a.m. service in St Mark`s is a mixture of Church of Scotland tradition and worship which seeks to connect with the issues and challenges of 21st century Scotland.
The opening section of worship is often participative. Any children and young people present are welcome to remain with us for worship as we have no formal Sunday School. There is space provided for younger children in our side aisle, with activities for 0 – 12 years, to which they can go with or without their parents at any time during the service.
One of our team of readers reads the Bible, and the sermon invites us to explore how the Bible passage relates to life today. Our Prayers for others express our love and concern for those who are ill, those who are bereaved, and there is often space and silence for our own prayers and reflections. Occasionally, tea and coffee are served after this service. Always, we would encourage visitors to make themselves known to the minister or deaconess.
Informal Prayer Meeting
We have an informal Prayer meeting that takes place before worship each Sunday in the Session Room at 10.40 a.m. Everyone is welcome to come along.
If you wish to speak to one of the ministry team you can do this during our Vestry hour between 12.30pm and 1.30 p.m. each Sunday.
If you live in Cornton, please remember that transport is available to and from morning worship. Let us know that you would like to come and we will arrange for you to be picked up.
Sunday Evening Service
Our Sunday Evening Service takes place in our side aisle of the Church from 6pm (most Sundays). The service is a informal meeting of members of our congregation and we serve tea and coffee.
The Sunday Evening Service is is not on the first Sunday of each month as we have our Family Church earlier in the day so why not pop along to that for some food, games, crafts and prayer.
Our Evening Service is not on during the summer holidays