Parish of St Luke Farnworth & Cronton Mission

  • Services are held in church and by Zoom on Sundays at 10.30am – usually Holy Communion 1st, 3rd and 4th Sundays with Morning Prayer on 2nd Sunday.

    The church is open on alternate Wednesdays at 9.30am for Holy Communion starting on 30th September (also by Zoom). Morning Prayer service at 9.30am is by Zoom on the other Wednesdays. 

    • Singing by the congregation is not allowed in church, but the choir socially distanced can sing
    • Masks are mandatory
    • Please click here for Poster that is at the entrance to church

    • Sundays 10.30am (60 mins) & Wednesdays 9.30am (30 mins)
    • To join Zoom online meeting ID is 5095149528
    • For the password please contact Sue 07962012916 or Clare 07976549410

    To listen to Zoom from landline or mobile dial 02036950088 and enter meeting ID and password

    July 12th Service

    Sunday October 4th 10.30am Holy Communion

    The Harvest Festival service highlights the value of giving and being a good neighbour so this year as well as supporting the Foodbank as usual with food and monetary donations. we are promoting the giving of friendship.  We hope to do this by organising friendship letters, cards and pictures to send to local care homes and isolated elderly people.

    It would really brighten a resident’s day to get a chatty letter or colourful card or picture, giving them something to talk about and share with fellow residents. There will be donation points in Church to receive your gifts of friendship and donations for FoodBank. You can also leave them at the Rectory 10 Hartland Close WA8 9FB.

    Annual meetings to elect churchwardens and PCC members is on Sunday 18th October after 10.30am service in church and on Zoom. If you would like to become a member of the PCC and be involved in decisions about church life please contact Rev Bob.

    The electoral roll is to be revised before the annual meeting. If your name is already on the Roll you do not need to do anything but if you would like to add your name to the roll forms are in church or you can download here, please return forms by Sunday 11th October.

    BAPTISMS and WEDDINGS - please contact Team Administrator Lesley 07399784219 eastwidnesteam.2942@gmail.com or use Contact Us tab at the top.

     

    It would be much appreciated if you signed up to the Parish Giving Scheme which helps our cash flow, which is crucial at this time. Simply click on Search tab at the top and enter  Support your church to find all the Giving information. For more information click here.               

    For donations to church funds please make cheques payable to St. Luke’s PCC c/o Rev Bob Pearson The Rectory, 10 Hartland Close, Widnes WA8 9FB. To make a bank transfer to Farnworth St Luke Parochial Church Council you will need our account number so please ring Bob 07904320542 or Yvonne 01514249887.  Thank you for your continued support in these unprecedented times.

    Thank you for your continued support in these unprecedented times.

    In these anxious times if you would like to talk to or pray with someone please ring Bob 07904 320542 or Sue 07962 012916 or Clare 07976 549410 

    May God bless you and hold you in His loving embrace.

    Click here to email Rev Bob

    "Church is not confined to a building it is the people!"

     

    Aug/Sept Issue

     

     

    St Luke’s Church invites you and your young people

    Join in with our storytelling and activities:

    Bob the Bird

    Listen to the story and then take part in the activities. 

    Maybe you might even send us a photo of your colouring in?

     

    Hope you enjoy!

    Clare xx

     

     

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  • Covid-19 Domestic Abuse Awareness (Volunteers in the Community)

    Information received from: Halton Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Coordinator. Sarah Jane Ashcroft Sarah.ahcroft@halton.gov.uk Community Safety Team.

    If you are concerned about a child, a vulnerable adult or anyone in our community is in immediate danger you should call 999. Anyone needing help, but fearful an abuser may overhear them calling, can secretly dial 999 and then press 55, which will let the police know they need emergency assistance.

    Click here for more information

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