Parish of St Luke Farnworth & Cronton Mission

  • PENTECOST: Pentecost occurred 50 days after Easter Sunday or 50 days after Jesus rose from the dead.  This year we celebrate Pentecost on Sunday May 31st, this is sometimes called Whit Sunday.
    Jesus had already gone back to Heaven so the disciples and new believers of Jesus were waiting to receive the Holy Spirit because that is what Jesus told them would happen.  Since Jesus wasn't with them anymore the Holy Spirit would help bring them closer to God


    ONLINE Church Services with ZOOM 

    Morning Prayer with Rev Bob

    • Sundays 10.30am (60 mins)
    • Wednesdays 9.30am (30 mins)

    Fathers Day Service June 21st

    Click for instructions to watch, Morning prayer order of service and large print edition. 

    You can listen from landline and mobile image here for instructions.

    "These unprecedented times"

    The Spirit Lives on - by Gwen Ball of Trinity Church

    If you would like to make a donation to church please contact us for details or cheque donations are payable to St Luke’s PCC  c/o Revd R Pearson  The Rectory, 10 Hartland Close, Widnes. WA8 9FB. You can sign up to the Parish Giving scheme which helps our cash flow, which is crucial at this time, as Gift Aid is paid monthly.
    Simply ring 03330021271 to set up a DD. For more information click here.

    Thank you so much for your continued support.

    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 or Lesley 07803 148233.


    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!"

    Alison's Church Tour

    St Luke's June 2020

    Click image to join Alison

    St Luke’s Church invites you and your young people

    Join in with our storytelling and activities:

    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

    "Daily Hope"

    The team behind "Daily Hope" write: 

    "It's a free national phone-line aimed particularly at the over 75’s who don’t have access to the internet.

    The line will be available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044.

    Callers will hear a special greeting from the Archbishop of Canterbury before being able to choose from a range of options, including Prayer During the Day and Night Prayer updated daily.... Click for full details


    Connect with our online Church 

    Keeping everyone safe and healthy is a key priority and we’ve closed the doors to the Cathedral building for the time being. While you're not able to worship with  us in person at Liverpool Cathedral, we’ve introduced Prayer for Liverpool. It’s a way for us to come together as a church community virtually. Read more here


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

    Information received from: Halton Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Coordinator. Sarah Jane Ashcroft 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