With the present restrictions we are unable to have a physical book of remembrance in church.
However, the Church of England has an online book of remembrance for you to sign. Please click the button to go to it and leave your message of condolence.
RIP Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh
God of our lives,
we give thanks for the life of Prince Philip,
for his love of our country,
and for his devotion to duty.
We entrust him now to your love and mercy,
through our Redeemer Jesus Christ. Amen.
PRAYER WALL: You might like to write a prayer and light a virtual candle on our Prayer Wall which you will find on our website: https://slfchurch.org/prayerwall If you would like to do this but are unable to access the website, then please either phone me or write it down and post it to me at the Vicarage and it will be added for you. Remember that we can pray anywhere and that God is with us wherever we are.
Thank you for your continued prayers, patience, and support at this unpredictable time. Please keep safe and well - and keep in touch with each other – and do please let me know if there is anything you feel I need to be made aware of. Thank you.
Services will continue online and CD as at present. Please contact Rev Elaine or Andrew and Wendy Rudd if you, or anyone you know would like to receive our weekly service on a CD. The current website link is: https://slfchurch.org/easter-and-easter-season
Services in church: there will be a service of Holy Communion at 10am each Sunday as we ease out of Lockdown. We will continue to follow Government and Church of England guidelines as we are not “out of the woods” yet. Face masks must be used in Church. Also, as you are aware, seating in church has been re-arranged to comply with social distancing requirements, reducing numbers who can attend.
To help us manage this – please contact Betty Rutter: firstname.lastname@example.org after 10am Monday – Friday. If you would like to book a place please do so by Friday evenings.
ANNUAL MEETING 2021
This year's AGM/APCM will be held on 18th May at 7.00pm. As part of the preparation for the meeting we are required to revise the Electoral Roll (i.e. by removing people who have moved away/passed away in the last year, and also adding newcomers.) This revision will take place in the week ending 1st May and a list of the people (names only) on the revised Electoral Roll will be posted on the church noticeboard on 2nd May. Only people on this list will be permitted to attend the Annual Meeting.
Please contact Phil Atack, at the Vicarage if you wish to have your name added to the Electoral Roll.
You might like to write a prayer and light a virtual candle on our Prayer Wall.
To go to the Prayer Wall please click on the button below.
We are a warm, welcoming and inclusive Church of England congregation in the small market town of Frodsham. We belong to Inclusive Church and welcome all people to our services. Normally, our church is open in daylight hours on most days but currently it is more limited - please see the notice above. You are most welcome to visit
We have a Church School which you can link to here.
Normally, we are a church which likes to offer Communion as many times as we can to help those with busy lives.
Our communion services in normal times:
Sunday 8am (spoken)
Sunday 10am (sung)
Tuesday 7pm (spoken)
Wed'day 10am (spoken)
Thursday 11am Parish Hall
Sunday evenings we have a BCP Evensong service at 6.30pm.
If you wish to make a donation to St Laurence Church you can do so here.
The work of our church is reliant on people’s generosity, a generosity that is a hallmark of a lived-out faith and a testament to it. We give to our church in a variety of ways but, in the current circumstances, we cannot receive all the gifts that we usually would, so we really need your help now.
Each year we support a different charity and fundraise for them. Sometimes it is an overseas charity and sometimes it is a local or national charity.
This year we are supporting the local charity Stick 'n' Step.
At St Laurence Frodsham we take our duty and obligation to safeguard and protect all people extremely seriously, and we have adopted the national Church of England's robust safeguarding procedures and guidelines.
Alternatively, you may contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser in the Diocese of Chester, via email or phone: 07703 800031.