All of our churches are now closed for public worship, again. However, we continue to stream worship through our Facebook Page (you do not have to have a Facebook account in order to access our page) as below.
Some content is also shared each week on our telephone service. Please call Grimsby (01472) 568027 to hear the latest weekly service, sermon, hymn, prayer, and anthem.
Fifty, not out!
Since Palm Sunday 2020, during the first Lockdown, members of our Minster Choirs have regularly enhanced our worship with their Virtual Choir recordings. Sunday, 7 March saw them reach the milestone of 50 such recordings, including hymns, psalms, chants, and anthems, including one composed for the Feast of St James, last year, and learnt during lockdown! We have had participants aged from 3 months to threescore years and ten, and beyond, and have had contributions from existing and former choir members. The fiftieth recording can be heard, below, but our huge thanks to all who have sung and to Lyle McNally, former Minster Head Chorister, who has mixed many of the recordings, latterly doing so for video as well as for audio. All fifty (and growing!) recordings can be heard on the Choir's YouTube Channel.
The Team Vicar and Churchwardens are applying for permission to replace the existing church boiler with two new boilers. Full details of the application and the associated documents and plans may be inspected at the Parish Office, c/o St Mark's Church, Laceby Road, Grimsby, DN34 5LP. They are also available for inspection online.
If you wish to object to any of the works or proposals you should send a letter or email stating the grounds of your objection to The Diocesan Registrar
so that your letter reaches the registrar not later than 19/03/2021. A letter of objection must include your name and address and state whether you live in the parish and/or your name is entered on the church electoral roll of the parish or any other basis on which you have an interest in the matter.
We were thrilled to hear we have received funding thanks to the government’s #CultureRecoveryFund so that we can continue to be here for you and #HereForCulture. Through the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, the government has shown it is Here for Culture in all kinds of communities and will make sure our most loved performing arts, heritage sites, independent cinemas, music venues and museums can weather the impact of coronavirus and come back even stronger.