People come to our church buildings for a variety of reasons.
Some want to share in Christian worship. Others hope to find
companionship, or to engage in a hobby or pastime. Whatever
their reason for coming all are welcome.
To find out more about the range of activities taking
place in our churches simply click on the heading that interests
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Our pattern of worship is very varied and we hope that
most people will find something that suits them. We believe
that people of all types and ages find that worshipping in our
churches helps them to enjoy a deeper relationship with God,
with themselves and with other people.
A new approach to worship, normally on the
third Sunday of each month. For everyone. People of all ages,
all kinds of families and you are invited to enjoy:
• Celebration with songs and stories
• A hot meal together
Come along to Christ Church on the third Sunday in each month
at 4pm to find out what it's all about, or contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org; 01923 674142.
For children aged 3 to 10 we have Sunday
School and other educational and fun activities as well as the
uniformed organisations - Beavers, Cubs, Rainbows and Brownies.
All young people are welcome at any of
our church based activities. We also have uniformed organisations
- Guides, Rangers, Scouts and Explorer Scouts - for young people
of secondary school age through to young adulthood.
Christian Basics courses, study groups
and prayer meetings are regular features of parish life. Anyone
wanting to find out more about the Christian Faith or to deepen
their own religious understanding and experience is invited
to join in. There are additional opportunities for study and
for prayer during Lent and at other times.
In our two churches we enjoy a wide range
of social activities. Occasional Sunday lunches, home meetings,
concerts, quiz nights, dances and other kinds of events help
people to get to know one another and to build friendships.
If you like singing or playing a musical
instrument, and if you enjoy concerts or organ recitals, we
believe that Christ Church and St Mark's Church have quite a
lot to offer.
We only use fairly traded tea and coffee
at our church events. We have a Fairtrade stall permanently
set up in Christ Church with a ‘special' stall in each church
once a month. We hold occasional Fairtrade Lunches.
We hope that in these pages you might find
things that interest you. For more detailed information about
our various activities please contact:
The Parish Office, St Mark's Church, Leggatts
Way, Watford , Herts WD24 5NQ Tel: 01923 681972
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