Welcome to our churches in Wootton
ASCENSION DAY SERVICE on 10th May
starts 7.30pm at St Edmund’s Church
CHRISTIAN AID WEEK: 13th-19th May 2018
on 16th May, starts 10.30am at St Edmund’s Church
Learn about the Friends’ work on this historic Norman-era church building.
We are excited to present …
Saturday 19th May @ St Mark’s Church:
FREE Family-Friendly BIG SCREEN SPECIALS
- 12 noon – Celebrate the ROYAL WEDDING (watch the ceremony together over a bring-and-share lunch – everyone welcome!
- 5.30pm – Watch the FA CUP FINAL in comfort (family-friendly match screening, with tea & cake – all ages welcome!)
** OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS in May & June **
Music aficionados will love …
Sunday 13th May:
Sunday 27th May:
Love cake? So do we …
Saturday 12th May:
Saturday 2nd June:
Please note: our Tuesday Discussion Group/Bible Study has a new venue. Now meeting at St Mark’s Church Coffee Lounge (with new disabled access door and ramps)
Many thanks to Linda Marlowe for her kind donation.
Did you know? Christians have worshipped here in Wootton Bridge for around 1,000 years!
We are most fortunate to have two church buildings to serve the needs of our parish, each with their own unique character: the pretty 930-year old Norman church of St Edmund’s at the far end of Church Road; and the larger, 20th-century brick-built church of St Mark’s on Station Road, near The Cedars pub.
(Please note that the service style and format at St Mark’s will vary through the month – for full details, see here.)
NOTE: During a regular month, there will be two 8am Holy Communion services at St Edmund’s Church and two 9.30am Holy Communion services at St Mark’s Church. This means that there is a Sunday morning Holy Communion service within the parish at either 8am or 9.30am every week. Click here for full details.
Our Priest-In-Charge is Rev. Veronica Brown
Priest-In-Charge of three Parishes:
Binstead (Holy Cross)
Havenstreet (St Peter’s)
Wootton Bridge (St Edmund’s and St Mark’s)
For all general enquiries, please contact us here.
ACCESS FOR EVERYONE
One of our plans for 2018 is to improve access at St Mark’s church for people of all ages …
Can we fix it? Yes, we can … with your help!!