Frodsham Methodist Church's Christmas Tree Festival 2018 was officially opened by the member of parliament for the Weaver Vale constituency, Mr Mike Amesbury, MP, last night Friday 7th December).
The Christmas Tree Festival is open on both Saturday and Sunday, and Sunday will see special worship services amongst the trees.
Do come along. We hope to see you there.
Join us to celebrate the charities and voluntary organisations that work so hard in our community.
Fun afternoon with activities, food tasting, a walk ans a talent concert.
More details to follow.
The Cheshire Churches Together Service for 2017 will take place in Frodsham. It will be celebrated at St. Laurence Parish Church on Sunday 22nd January at 3 pm.
We are privelaged that the preacher will be Rev’d. Dr. Roger Walton, President of the Methodist Conference. The focus will be on reconciliation between our different Churches and promises to be a rewarding time. Dr. Walton is former Director of the Wesley Study Centre in Durham and the author of a number of books and articles.
You are all most welcome and encouraged to come and share this time together.
The Cheshire Churches Together Service for 2017 will take place in Frodsham. It will be celebrated at Saint Laurence Parish Church, Frodsham, on Sunday 22nd January at 3 pm.
The focus will be on reconciliation between our different Churches and promises to be a rewarding time. You are all most welcome and are encouraged to come and share this time together.
'Rejoice Greatly' - Wesley Church Centre, Chester City Centre, Saturday 3rd December at 12.45pm - a celebration of church music with a seasonal flavour, with Rebecca Ramsey, Soprano.
All are welcome at this festive event--what a lovely way to start an afternoon of Christmas shopping. If you are not sure where Wesley is, check out the map below.
Christmas Wreath Making
Frodsham Methodist Church
In aid of:
The Chester & Delemere Forest Circuit Charity:
Cheshire Search and Rescue
Come and join us to make a Christmas wreath to hang outside your home this Christmas. Its easier than you think!
On Tuesday 6th December
At Frodsham Methodist Church
Cost: £15. Limited places available: ring 07739877823 for details (payment required on booking)
The Circuit Young Adults Group (aged 20-35) will be meeting on Sunday 7th August at Rowton Methodist Church from 6.30-8.00p.m. The group have decided to follow Brian D. McLaren's We Make the Road by Walking which is a year-long course. For more details please contact Christine Dutton (firstname.lastname@example.org). On 7th August we will be reflecting on the first 3 chapters - Awe and Wonder, Being Human and A World of Meaning, so a nice easy start!
Friday 25th September: Decorating the Church and setting up the exhibition of memories
Saturday 26th September, 10am-4pm
Harvest of Memories
A display of memorabilia covering the decades from the . Come and reminisce, share your memories and maybe learn something new. Listen to or join in with some of the old favourite songs and hymns, look at old photos, maybe do the quiz.
Then join friends over refreshments.
Sunday 27th September
9.30am 0930live!: The usual lively, informal celebration for families (and others!)
10.45am Morning Worship led by Elizabeth Holmes: a mix of traditional and more modern hymns, special readings and participatory worship.
After this service there will be a ‘Bring and Share’ lunch, to which all are invited. You don’t need to provide superb home-cooked fare – a supermarket offering is just as acceptable. Our church family lunches are always very much enjoyed by those who come – if you’ve not been before, why not join us?
6.00pm Songs of Praise, a traditional service led by Local Preacher Mr Mark Smyth
Gifts of non-perishable foodstuffs and simple toiletries will be received at these services, to be taken to Frodsham Foodbank and Chester Aid for the Homeless. Tinned food with ring-pulls is especially useful for the latter. There will also be a basket for gifts of money.
Monday 28th September
2.30pm Afternoon Praise: a short act of worship led by Edgar Gregory, followed by afternoon tea. A service especially, but not exclusively, for our older friends who find it more difficult to come regularly to Church. All are welcome.
Do come and share in our Harvest celebrations – and why not invite a friend?
See our Calendar for details of regular events at Frodsham Methodist Church.