Monthly Archives: May 2016

Reflections from our Taize service

   ‘What would our church look like if each member were so filled with the Holy Spirit that they became ‘devoted’ to teaching, study, service, evangelism, and helping those in need?’ quote from TD  

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Trinity Sunday and Civic Service

A strong message from the pulpit this morning of community, relationships, accepting responsibility and forgiveness.

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In case you missed the bells this morning

Click play on the audio file below for a short blast of St Cuthberts’ bells, being rung by members of the South Cheshire Branch of the Chester Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers, who visited us this morning. Whilst the bells were ringing, the Choir were singing in Church, rehearsing for tomorrow. It’s wonderful to see the church […]

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This weekend at St Cuthberts

All welcome to Morning Prayers at 9am on Saturday, mainly focusing on the Sunday services and praying for the people we will meet at church; Later in the morning we welcome a team of visiting bellringers. Listen out for them; Sunday is Trinity Sunday starting with Communion at 8.30am; Civic Service with communion at 10am […]

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Come to church and live longer

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/16/everlasting-life-how-going-to-church-could-help-you-live-longer/

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2016 Archdeacons Visitation and sharing the Vision 2026

http://www.lythamstannesexpress.co.uk/news/worshippers-vision-for-future-of-the-church-1-7914052

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Pentecost Praise

A BIG thank you to the young people of Stepping Up, Ali and the Leaders for the Pentecost Praise Service held in St Johns Church last night.  Well done to you all.  And a special thanks to Ali for the pulled pork baps, very yummy 🙂

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Messy Church

This Thursday is Messy Church from 3.30pm onwards in Church.  Join Ali and the team for crafts and celebration followed by tea in the hall.  For primary school age children and their parents / guardians or responsible adult.  Come and join in the fun.  Minimum donation of £1 per head.

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