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Boating afternoon with YFP families

Many thanks to the Young People’s Fellowship families who brought delicious food and extra paddleboards to Jerry & Sue’s house for an afternoon on the river. Congratulations to the young people who managed to create a paddleboard snake under the guidance of Yvonne and didn’t seem to mind getting wet! […]

Next Café Church is 2 June

Join us on Sunday 2 June, from 10.15 in the Lighthouse, for our monthly informal, interactive Café Church for all ages.  We are looking at a parable each month. For example, in March we looked at the lost sheep parable, with the children joining the search and everyone (well, almost […]

Clapped out clappers

We will not be ringing bells for a couple of weeks. The clappers will be removed from the bells and returned to Taylors of Loughborough to be “rebushed”. The bells will not be ringing from Tuesday May 7th for the next couple of weeks, hopefully we will have them back […]

ACM is on 29 April

Our 2024 ACM will be in the Lighthouse at 7.30pm on 29 April. Do join us and enjoy a review of the year with photographs! The Agenda is here: 2024 ACM Agenda The Minutes of the 2023 ACM are here: ACM 13th February Minutes_draft The 2023 Annual Report is here: […]

Our 2024 Giving Goes to-

Thank you for helping us allocate our charitable giving from St Mary’s! The results are in and our giving had been agreed by the ECC. We aim as a church to follow the Biblical principle of ‘tithing’ by giving 10% of our voluntary income to other charities. We have budgeted […]

EASTER SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES 2024

Happy Easter! Celebrate with us the risen Jesus. If you live in Weaverham, you should have received a flyer with details of the Easter Services at all three churches in the village including the joint sunrise service. There is also information in Weaverham News and a reflection, “Dead of Alive?” […]

Our Church Roof is safe!

Thanks to the generosity of many people who have attended events organised by the Fundraising Group and a £4,496 grant from the National Churches Trust and other contributors our church roof is safe again. We still have much work to do to the building so the fundraising must go on.