Churches Together in Frodsham are now working with Parish Nursing Ministries and seeking to appoint a Nurse for Frodsham.
What can a Parish Nurse do?
• Encourage everyone towards healthy lifestyles • Give personal health advice and help someone to get the most appropriate treatment or care • Support and work with those engaged in pastoral care • Liaise with the local GP surgery staff • Make visits, listen to spiritual needs as well as physical needs; offer prayer with patients when asked • Introduce people to appropriate voluntary agencies, health facilities or support groups • Offer training and opportunities for volunteering in the local community • Talk to community groups about health issues • Accompany someone to a stressful medical appointment • Help someone to stay on their own at home for as long as possible • Attend and help with services for healing • Work within the Code of Professional Practice (Nursing and Midwifery Council)
More information can be found here.
The Methodist Church has announced a new team to encourage growth and confidence within the Church.
The team will focus on supporting churches by promoting everyday evangelism, helping them reach out into their local communities, and plant new churches.
Clickm here to find out more.
Everyone responded very generously to our various requests for giving over the Christmas period.
We have been able to take a number of bags of clothing of various kinds to both CATH (Chester Aid
To the Homeless) and to the Salvation Army in Warrington, along with ten bags of toiletries kindly donated by Morrisons supermarket following the anti-human trafficking group carol singing there.
We also raised £468.10 for Action for Children and £319.37 for Christian Aid.
Thank you all.
Our walk in April was part of the Frodsham Festival of Walks and was led by Kevin and Sue Fairbanks. About 60 people met at Appleton Thorn to start our 4 mile walk though the Lumb Brook Valley, into the Dingle and along the Mersey Way, and into the Walled Garden at Grappenhall Heys, returning to our cars through woodland and field edges. We returned tired and a little bit muddy to have tea and cake at Frodsham Methodist Church.
A big thank you to all who helped in the kitchen on Tuesday for the Pancake Party. We made hundreds of pancakes for the hundred plus people who came through the door to mark Shrove Tuesday.
A big thank you to everyone who supported the recent ‘Singalong with Equinox’. After expenses, £1,400 was raised and will be split between Frodsham Methodist Church and Rotary Charities.
Frank and Valarie Ball
Good to be joined by those from the other churches in Frodsham for our annual New Year's Eve Ecumenical Service today.
Church is packed with over 150 people this evening for the annual Singalong at Christmas with ‘Equinox’. Right now it is time for mince pies and tea/coffee!
Keep the Date ….. Carol Singing at Morrisons on Tuesday, 12th December, from 10.00am to 4.00 pm Donations to the Salvation Army UK fund for victims of Modern Slavery.
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