Sunday 26th March, 11.00am - Communion led by Rev Veronica Hancock
Sunday 2nd April (Palm Sunday), 11.00am - Communion led by Rev Veronica Hancock Thursday 6th April (Maundy Thursday), 7.00pm - joint Communion service and vigil led by Rev Alan Litton, Newchurch Parish Church, Culcheth Friday 7th April (Good Friday), 10.00 am - joint Service of Reflection led by the Worship Group, Christ Church, Croft Saturday 8th April (Easter Eve), 9.00pm - joint Service of the Light led by Rev Alan Litton, Newchurch Parish Church, Culcheth Sunday 9th April (Easter Sunday), 11.00am - Communion led by Rev Veronica Hancock Sunday 16th April, 10.30 am - joint Service of the Word led by Ann Mills, Newchurch Parish Church, Culcheth Sunday 23rd April, 11.00 am - Communion led by Rev Alan Litton Sunday 30th April, 10.30 am - Communion led by Archdeacon Simon Fisher - joint celebration service to give thanks for our clergy, readers and assistants who have taken on the extra work for us through Covid lockdowns and the current interregnum.
Our joint services are held at: Christ Church, Lady Lane, Croft, WA3 7AU Newchurch Parish Church, Church Lane, Culcheth, WA3 5ET
Even though there is always a warm welcome at Church, we advise you to dress according to the weather. Please wrap up warm.
Children's Sunday Club If you're worried that your children might not want to sit through a church service, why not bring them along to our Children's Sunday Club where they can explore faith through craft, fun, songs, stories in a warm and welcoming environment?
All ages are welcome, but we ask that children under 4 are accompanied by an adult.
The Sunday Club group is actively involved in the summer gala, carnival, Nativity and Messy Church. We particularly love our Nativity plays which usually involve innovative re-tellings of the Christmas story and a chance to dress up and have some fun at this special time of year.
Our Sunday Club is currently not running as we have no one to lead it - is this something you could do? Usual sessions are on Sunday during the Church service (term time only).
Messy Church This is an opportunity for children to have fun and take part in craft activities which would not normally be part of the church service. Our Messy Church last Easter saw over 50 adults and children engaged in fun activities and a meal afterwards which everyone enjoyed. There's a great atmosphere and a variety of things to do which children and parents thoroughly enjoy.
A Sunday service is being streamed at 9am every Sunday from the Church of England website which you can find here: https://www.churchofengland.org/