During these troubled times, we are trying our best to keep things running as usual.
We have put together some useful resources, to assist you in these uncertain times.
We are still keeping our Church running remotely, please get involved using the methods below.
Virtual Sunday Services
We are hosting our weekly Sunday services, using Zoom which allows you to see and hear us, and participate during the service. If you haven’t got a Zoom link, please get in touch. email@example.com
During this time of uncertainty, we are constantly praying. If you would like us to pray for something, please drop us a message at, firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like us to pray for you.
Recent Videos & Reflections
Recent Sermons and Reflections can be viewed on our Facebook page.
We are continuing to provide updates, via our Facebook page which contains daily prayers, and other useful updates. Click to Visit
Links to other recources
Church of England
The Church of England, has put together a dedicated page, with information relating to the Coronavirus.
Prayer Spaces at Home
These prayer activities have been created for families to use at home.
Explaining Coronavirus to children
Some useful tips on explaining Coronavirus to children.
Chester Prayer Hub
A Diocese in Prayer
A 30 day Bible craft challenge.
This Lent the Diocese of Chester, led by the diocesan Environment Forum, is inviting you to join in with a Lenten journey.
Ideas for uncertain times
Some ideas for young people, youth workers, churches and communities during these extraordinary days.
Get your voice heard
It’s a call for children, young people and young adults to write/draw/record their concerns around creation care and climate justice. The submissions will be curated into a traveling exhibition touring UK Cathedrals in 2021.
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The Church of England’s Lent resources theme for 2021, building on the success of recent years, is #LiveLent: God’s Story, Our Story. Click to visit