Covid Vaccination

Saju talks with our church wardens Seun and Helen to address some of the myths and questions being raised around the Covid vaccine.
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ore information. 


21st Mar | 10.30am

Cultivate |Practicing Hospitality
Speaker: Rob Byrne
[1 Kings 17:8-16]

Another fun filled video from the team. 
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 | 1pm | Online group
SUMMIT | 7pm | Online group
Email Simon for details.
21st Mar | 4.30pm

A stripped down, relaxed, intimate & interactive service, with worship music, a short sermon, but also a Q&A afterwards where no question about Christianity is off-limits. More info.


Standing in the Gap (Prayer meeting)
Saturdays | 7 - 8am | Online

On Zoom, join us online here.
[Meeting ID: 223 851 1807 | Passcode: inthegap]
Daily Reflections
Mondays - Saturdays| 9am & 8pm | Online

Our team broadcast daily videos to inspire and encourage you.
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Morning reflections | 9am
Evening prayers | 8pm 
National Day of Reflection 
Tuesday | 23rd March
Join us on 23 March, the first anniversary of the first UK lockdown, to reflect on our collective loss, support those who've been bereaved, and hope for a brighter future. Full details
Open for Private Prayer
Tuesdays | 10am -12pm | Church

During lockdown the church will be open for private prayer, now on Tuesdays only. 


  • If you would like to be added to the Prayer & Praise email list to receive weekly praise reports and prayer requests from our church family please contact Kath Burtrand: 
  • Do you love singing and want to share your love of music with those around? Get involved in the Easter Virtual Community Choir! People of all ages and experience wanted to record a brand new song as well as a classic. If you're interested please contact Mayowa ( asap.
  • Simon Morbey is coming to the end of his time here as our Youth Worker Intern and we're excited to announce that he's been offered the new position of Pioneer Evangelist in Haverfordwest in Wales! Simon will be with us until the end of May.
  • We have produced a booklet to accompany the Cultivate sermon series, it contains bible readings, questions, prayers, poems and room for notes, as well as a bible reading plan to use over the lent period. You can use the material in your small groups, trios or on your own. Click here for the online PDF.
  • The family of Sarah Everard in their grief and misery; and for respect and understanding at this time.
  • Nazanine Zaghari-Ratcliffe – as she awaits the Iranian court’s decision; for her freedom to leave Iran; and for others held unjustly around the world, including Iran and Zimbabwe.
  • Syria - for the suffering people there in the toll of 10 years of war; for their relief and for hope.
  • Myanmar – for safety on and off the streets as ordinary people make their protests known at the military coup; and for world nations’ righteous responses.
  • The EU that they move quickly to enable the vaccinations of their people; and for the roll-out of vaccinations around the whole world.  May the nations be generous to those who have little.
  • The UK – pray for the Census to be completed for 21st March; that those needing assistance will be enabled – helping where we each can; and pray for the legal requirement of the Census to be respected.
  • For the countries of the UK, that we appreciate and value each one in a spirit of unity.
  • Gillingham, Medway & Kent –Medway Night Shelter as it draws to a close later this month; for those supported & supporters.
  • REACH at Gillingham Pier – for our brothers and sisters and their community as this work comes to the close of its season at the end of March.  Pray for encouragements and praise God.
  • Neighbourhoods – pray into our neighbourhoods and communities; speak out God’s Word when out walking; sing over residents and visitors, each of whom God loves & cares about (even if you sing quietly!); and pray God’s protection of the endangered, neglected and mistreated.
  • CTIM – for the ongoing good relationships across churches & for new ones; and remember Amanda, Jeff & family, with Amanda now Priest in Charge at St Augustines Church.


28th Mar | 10.30am 

Cultivate | Hospitality
Archdeacon Andy Wooding Jones
[Colossians 1:3-14]
28th Mar | 6.30pm

A night of unhindered praise and worship led by a gospel band with guest Minister Woel Awolola.
Watch it live online on
Facebook and Youtube.


St Mark’s Church
Canterbury Street, Gillingham, ME7 5TP
Registered Charity 1141709

Office: The Old Vic, Vicarage Road, Gillingham, ME7 5JA
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