St Mark’s Church, Wyke  www.stmarkswyke.org.uk

St. Mark’s is the Parish Church of Normandy, a sacred and welcoming place in the heart of the village.  Currently we have a 10.00am service every Sunday, with the opportunity for private prayer on Wednesday from 10.00am to 4pm, if you would like to pop along for some quiet reflection time.  We also hold a Mini-Market and Hearing Aid Clinic on the first Saturday of every month.

We hold services through key religious festivals such as Easter, Harvest and Christmas.  In pre-Covid times, we were able to offer additional services and hold different clubs/activities throughout the week for all ages and this is something that we very much hope to return to, in the not-too distant future.

 St. Mark’s is also open for important life events such as weddings, baptisms, and funerals.  If you have considered holding your wedding at St. Mark’s, it really is the perfect setting.  The picturesque historic village church which is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year, is in a beautiful setting and has an impressive bell tower and lych gate.  There are now many ways that you can be eligible to be able to hold your wedding here, so please don’t be afraid to ask.  Do contact us to find out more about holding an important life event at St. Mark’s.

 We are also producing a quarterly online magazine, please visit our website to see the latest and past issues.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding our church, then please do feel free to contact our Church Wardens on churchwarden1@stmarkswyke.org.uk or churchwarden2@stmarkswyke.org.uk

 

Emmanuel Church, Normandy   http://www.emmanuelchurchnormandy.co.uk/index.htm

We hope that by finding out a little more about us, you will feel that you want to come and join us at Emmanuel for one of our worship times, special events, or to use one of our village amenities, like the popular nursery school or village minibus.

At Emmanuel Church (URC) Normandy, we seek to worship God the Father and God the Son by the power of God the Holy Spirit. We hold to the Bible as the Word of God, recognising our great need of the Holy Spirit to speak that Word to us and hold us true to it.

Many who have visited us in the past have commented on the warm welcome they have received and the special atmosphere of acceptance and friendliness that pervades our church.