Main Street Community Church

Regular Church Activities

Sunday morning service

Opportunities for prayer

Coffee morning, open to the public and run by members from many Frodsham churches in our building on Thursday, Frodsham market day. You would be welcome as a customer or as a volunteer helper. From 9.30am to noon, for the sale of tea, coffee, and biscuits.

New horizons bereavement support group. Again, this is run by folk from several of the churches in Frodsham and meets in our building once a forttnight.

Friday Break, a “Mother and toddlers”-style group is open to any carer, parent or grandparent to bring one or more babies or pre-school children.

“Friday Friendship” meets fortnightly for anyone who would like to share a drink and a social chat.

There are other activities from time to time including information about pastoral services such as weddings, funerals and child dedications.

Our publications and some of our social media activities.

Day by day

Thursday: coffee morning and “New Horizons”

Friday: “Friday Friendship”

If would like to come along to one of our Sunday morning services, you’ll be welcome. Visit Sunday morning service page for more information. We start at 10.30am.

We also have special services at Christmas and Easter. There is information on this website when these are coming up.

Other meetings in the building

Most of our previous weekday activities are not (yet) available in the building. Please see this notice for more details.

Tuesday

From 9.30am to 10am there is a meeting, organised by Churches Together in Frodsham, in the lounge (entrance at the side of the building, in Chapelfields) to pray for the local community.

Thursday

Coffee Morning

coffee cup

Thursday morning, from 9.30am to noon for drinks.

The Coffee morning is run by people from several of the churches in Frodsham and held on most Thursdays, the market day in Frodsham, from 9.30am to noon for the purchase of coffee, tea, and biscuits.

New Horizons

Once a fortnight on Thursday from 1.30pm to 3pm, folk from several of the Frodsham churches provide the “New Horizons” group at Main Street Community Church for any who have experienced the loss of a loved one. The group enjoys tea and a chat. Next meeting 11 November.

Friday

Friday Break

Most weeks we host “Friday Break” for a couple of hours in the morning. If you are a Mum, a Dad, a Grandparent or a carer with pre-school children and are at home during the day, you might like to drop in and join us. Enjoy a tea or coffee plus snack-time, songs and stories. Meet other parents and carers. Your children can play with others. Get information about our parenting courses. Relax, chat, meet new friends. If you need a listening ear there will be church members who are parents and grandparents who can give you some time to listen. Friday Break is open to those of all faiths and none. You don’t have to talk about faith but if you want to — you can! Visit Friday Break on Facebook or ask one of the Church’s leaders if you would like to know more.

Friday Friendship

Once a fortnight, Friday Friendship meets at Main Street Community Church from 1.30pm to 3pm on Friday afternoon.

Come and make friends, have tea, take part in a planned activity, chat, and have fun. The organisers ask for a donation of £2 towards their costs. The next meeting is on 19 November.

Do just come along or ask one of the Church’s leaders or drop us an email if this interests you.

Other activities

There are other activities from time to time. Some of these are seasonal, such as at Christmas and Easter. Others are occasional, such as pastoral services (including weddings, funerals and child dedications) and parenting courses. Do contact us if you want to know more.

Our publications

Information about services and additional meetings is published on a notice board inside the building and through our Facebook page:

Some artwork from around the building

Come Lord Jesus, the title on one of the worship area banners

As another example of artwork we have a page giving the story of the prodigal son in paintings by Kate Herbert. You can see the original paintings in the building’s hall.