To know God and to make God known
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. Our church is open in daylight hours on most days and you are most welcome to visit
We have a Church School which you can link to here.
We are currently in a vacancy (i.e. no vicar yet appointed). If you are interested in applying and would like to read our Parish Profile, please click here.
We are a church which likes to offer Communion as many times as we can to help those with busy lives.
Our communion services:
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.
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.
One of our congregation has been helped by this charity and you can read their story here.
“To know God and to make God known”
Sunday November 17th THANKSGIVING SUNDAY 2nd Sunday before Advent
Readings at the Eucharist 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13 Luke 21:5-19
8.00am-Holy Eucharist Reader: John Wharne
9.15am-Choir meets – All are welcome to come and sing
10.00am-Parish Eucharist with Junior Church
Reader: Dawn Oultram Intercessions: Wendy Rudd
Eucharistic Ministers: Joy Clarke, Wendy Rudd, Barbara Wright, Lillian Harrison, Andrew Rudd
Hymns: 478, 514, 222, 379, 99
11.30am Christmas Fair meeting for everyone involved, or who would like to be involved in the Christmas Fair this year.
6.30pm-Evensong Daniel 6 Matthew 13:1-9
Hymns: 94, 46, 516, 118 Reader: Barbara Wright
9.00am-Prayers to start the day
9.00am-Prayers to start the day
9.30am Toddler Group in Parish Hall
2 – 3pmFrodsham CE School’s Ethos Group would like to invite you to Afternoon Tea in the main school hall from 2-3pm.
Do come and support our church school.
7.00pm Film Night in the Parish Hall showing ‘Another Year’
7.00pm Holy Eucharist
8.45am-Tea and Toast in church
10.45am- Shake, Rattle and Pray in church
5.00pm-Prayers to end the day
9.30am-Prayers to start the day
10.00am Christian Aid Coffee Morning in the Parish Hall
11.00am Holy Eucharist in the Parish Hall
19.30pm Faith in Action ‘How to shop ethically, some practical steps’ 10 Eversley Close
9.30am-Prayers to start the day
1– 3pm-Food Bank - The Guide HQ, Ship Street – see over for food needed
1.30pm-Sew and Chat meets in church
09.30am Prayers to start the day
3.00pm Frodsham Players in church
Sunday-November 24-Sunday next before Advent
Readings at the Eucharist: Colossians 1:11-20 Luke 23: 33-43
08.00am-Holy Eucharist Reader: Lillian Harrison Eucharistic Minister: Catherine Cavanagh
09.15am-Choir meets – all welcome to come and sing
10.00am Parish Eucharist with Junior Church
Reader: John Lamb Intercessions: Heather Powling
Eucharistic Ministers: John Wharne, Andrew Rudd, Betty Rutter, Geoff Sharpe, Linda Kirk, Elaine Graham
Hymns: 307, 13, 432, 39, 329
12.15pm Baptism of Ffion
Readings: 1 Samuel 8: 4-20 John 18: 33-37
Hymns: 517, 515, 479, 143 Reader: Brenda Taylor
November 19: FILM NIGHT at the Parish Hall at 7pm. Our film this month is Another Year – ‘a masterful look at life, love and the meaning of friendship’.
November 21: 7.30 pm FAITH IN ACTION, At David L’s. "How to shop ethically - some practical steps".
November 26-29: 7.30pm Frodsham Players present A CHRISTMAS CAROL at the Community Centre. Adults
£10 Under 16s £7 Tickets from David L.
November 30: Frodsham Christmas Fayre
It’s that time again! Geoff would be pleased to receive any suitable prizes for the Tombola. Please place in the box at the back of church. This is a good fundraiser so please can you help once again. Thank you.
Mothers’ Union will be running the cake stall at the Christmas Fair in the Parish Hall on Saturday 30 November. Please could we appeal to all cake makers to help us bake for the occasion. Small cakes, tray bakes, cookies, scones, fruit loaf, for sale with refreshments. If you can help, either by baking, or by giving us an hour of your time, we would be more than grateful. There is a list to sign at the back of church - or contact Heather or Joanna.
POSADA FIGURES: Would you like to host “Mary & Joseph” for a night during December?
If so please add your details to the list at the back of church.
NEW THIS YEAR: 2020 CHURCH CALENDAR now available to buy at £9 each. All the proceeds after printing costs will go to Church Funds – BEAUTIFUL IMAGES kindly donated by Frodsham Photographic Society.
Available at the back of Church, in Celebrations card shop and Dandelion gift shop, Church Street, Frodsham.
FOOD BANK would welcome offers of: sponge puddings, rotary tin openers, toilet rolls and instant coffee. Please note that they can only use food that is in date. They can be placed in the blue ‘bin’ at the back of church. Additionally, for the green box scheme for schools we need small size intimate deodorants and teenage-size girls’ briefs. Thank you.
COLLECTION COUNTING: Are you interested in joining the rota of those who count the weekly collection? It involves a commitment of 20-30 minutes after the 10.00 Sunday Eucharist every 6-8 weeks and helps with our finances. Please speak to Elaine.
CAROL SINGING with Churches Together in aid of the Salvation Army’s Fund for victims of human trafficking and modern slavery at Morrison’s. Friday, 13th December, 10am to 4pm. Hopefully this year we’ll be accompanied by instrumentalists from the Salvation Army. Please add your name to the rota to sing for an hour, or maybe two. The more the merrier! Your opportunity to help people in need at Christmas. See Chris W for more information.
APPPOINTMENT OF A NEW VICAR:
Interviews will take place on December 11th. More news to follow — but please keep this in your prayers.
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