Parish of St Luke Farnworth & Cronton Mission

  • Holy Communion Services:

    Sunday 10.30am and on Zoom 1st, 2nd and 4th Holy Communion 3rd Sunday Morning Prayer

    Wednesday 9.30am 1st and 3rd Holy Communion 2nd and 4th Morning Prayer

    Sunday 8.00am every second Sunday from the September 12th

    Sunday 6.00pm every third Sunday 

    APOLOGIES - no heating in church at present as a fault occurred on one of the boilers, which initially caused a lot of smoke and then a small fire which was extinguished by the fire brigade. Thankfully the church fire alarm was activated enabling the Fire Brigade to be called quickly. Whilst we have not received any estimates yet, our heating engineer has advised we will have to raise around £5000. Our grateful thanks go to Geoff Poole and Barry Ingram for their prompt response to the incident.

    Warden Barry Horabin   

    Services at Cronton Mission:

    Sunday 10.30am 1st Morning Prayer 2nd and 4th Cafe style 3rd Holy Communion 

    Sunday 10.30 Services will be on Zoom

    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.

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

    Last uploaded service: Toy Service Nov 12th 2020

     

    Hello boys and girls.

    Hello boys and girls, it is good to be with you on BIBLE SUNDAY. This is a special day when we think about the Bible and what a very special, very important book it is

    The BIBLE is ONE BIG BOOK divided into two parts. Each part is made up of many different books, There are 66 books altogether and each was written by a different person or group of people.

    In the Bible there are stories about boys and girls just like you. There is a story about a GIANT and a boy called DAVID, there is a story about a GREAT BIG FISH. There are so many exciting things: you just need to open your Bible and you will find so much more.

    There are lots of Activity sheets for you this week because next week I am on holiday!  I do hope that you really    Sue        

     I hope that you enjoy the activities…have fun!   Sue x

    24th October Crafts

     

     

    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.

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

    Click here to email Rev Bob

    Oct/Nov 2021 Issue

     

    A big “hello” from everyone at St Luke’s Church and Cronton Mission Church AND Jack!

    We would like to invite you to join us at our children and family worship - Jesus and Me (JAM)

    Second Sunday in each month 3pm to 4pm at St Luke’s Church. Starting on Sunday 10th October.

    Hoping to see you soon!

    Clare & Jack xx

     

     

     

     

    Alison's Chuch Flowers  Tour - May 2021

    Alison's Chuch Lockdown Tour - July 2020

    St Luke's Walkaround with Alison - June 2020

    All Things Bright and Beautiful played by Paul Delaney

    Hymn "This is my body" played by Paul Delaney

    Listen to St Lukes Church Bells

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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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