The next Messy Church is on Friday 18th February from 5.15 pm to 7pm, but with food served from about 6 for anyone who wants to stop in on the way home from work.
The theme is Messy Bible!!
The Alpha course looks at questions such as ‘Who is Jesus?’ and ‘How does God guide us?’ It is open to anyone above the age of ten who is interested in finding out more about the Christian faith.
The course runs for ten weeks and will start on Sunday February 27th at 4pm to 5.30pm. Running for the next seven weeks and then breaking for Easter. Starting again on the May 8th for three more weeks.
A typical session will run as follows:
Welcome, drinks and cake.
Worship: a few worship songs and prayer.
D.V.D/ talk: lead by Penny Hassall from Tarvin
Discussion time: split into groups to talk about the topic.
Prayer to finish.
A crèche facility will be on offer if anyone needs it.
Please let Andrea, Pippa, or any of the stewards know if you would like to attend, or want more information. We need to know numbers quite soon as a booklet needs to be ordered for you.
Congratulations to Margaret and Wilf Berry on the anniversary of their Diamond Wedding, celebrated on Thursday 20th January, 2011
Congratulations to Margaret and Wilf Berry on the anniversaryof their Diamond Wedding, celebrated on Thursday 20th January, 2011.
Pictured below are Margaret and Wilf at a party held at Ladies' Group
The 2011 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity comes to us from an ecumenical group in Jerusalem.
The Christians of Jerusalem and indeed much of the Middle East are living under tremendous pressure and we are all too aware of the difficulties they experience both in terms of the political and religious situation and their dwindling numbers. However they are also communities of faith that worship, pray and study together, who work for the good of their society and pray for unity of the Church and the coming of the Kingdom of God. In 2011 they invite the world-wide Church to pray with them for the unity of the Church and justice and peace in the Holy Land and through the world. To find out more, visit the national Churches Together website.
In Frodsham we are holding a number of special joint Churches Together services, to which all are invited, including a special service based around the style of worship of Taize, a community in France, which is highly reflective and prayerful. The service is at Frodsham Methodist Church on Tuesday 18th January, 2011, at 7.30pm. To find out about the other events planned, or for more information, visit the Frodsham Churches Together website.
Don't forget our next Messy Church on Friday, 21st January, at 5.15 in the Church Hall.
There will be plenty of crafts, food and short, lively worship. This event is suitable for all and a warm welcome is extended to you.
We look forward to seeing you, and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to e-mail Andrea on
The reflections here are written by members of our congregation.