We'd love you to join us for an Evening of PRAISE AND WORSHIP
WEDNESDAY, 11th May
Keighley Shared Church, with Pastor David Asamoa from Christan Life
Mission Church in Accra, Ghana. Pastor David is visiting us during May.
Welcome to St Marks!
St Mark's, Utley is a lively, supportive, God-centred church family. Whatever your age, background, life situation, there’s a place for you. Together we’re seeking to honour Jesus and share his love with our friends and neighbours and further afield. We are glad to welcome newcomers.
What will you find here?
Vibrant worship and strong Bible teaching …great kids’ work…small groups for study, prayer and friendship…concern for mission and issues of justice, fair trade and debt…
What matters to us?
We describe our vision as "Serving Christ, One Another and The World". In other words, we think worship, community and mission are all important!
Come & Join Us!
Rather than expect Church members to attend services and events on many occasions through the week, we encourage everyone to be part of one congregation and participate in that and its associated events. For that reason Sunday is not always the day of the week that Church members choose to worship. Services are held on the following days:
Sunday, 9am Congregation
A quieter, more traditional service, but including new songs as well as older familiar hymns.
10.45 am Family Service - All Age Worship
The Family Service is held at Keighley Shared Church, Church Street, Keighley, starting at 10:45 am.
Plenty for the youngest members of the family as well as the oldest. Children up to the age of 11 leave the service after the first 15-20 minutes to go to their own groups. This is a noisy and busy service with a lot of families but attracts a wide age range of singles and couples as well.
An opportunity to reflect on God's word, enjoy more contemporary worship and minister to each other's needs.
How To Find Us
We are situated on Greenhead Road, Utley, Keighley - postcode for SatNav is BD20 6ED
Parking is often easier on Skipton Road, which is the B6265 and runs parallel to Greenhead Road.