Regular Church Activities
Coffee morning, open to the public and run by members from many Frodsham churches in our building on Frodsham market day. A remarkably busy event: you would be welcome as a customer or as a volunteer helper.
Bereavement support group, “New Horizons” meets each week. Again, this is run by folk from several of the churches in Frodsham and meets in our building.
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.
Once a fortnight, “Friendship Group” is for anyone who would like to share a drink, some cake and a social chat.
Day by day
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 usually have a Sunday morning service starting at 10.30am.
We also have special services at Christmas and Easter. There is information on this website, and in our weekly notices when these are coming up.
Other meetings in the building
From 9.30am to 10am there is a meeting in the lounge (entrance at the side of the building, in Chapelfields) to pray for the local community. This is just one of the opportunities for prayer that we have at the building.
A Coffee morning, run by people from several of the churches in Frodsham and held on most Thursdays, the market day in Frodsham, from 9.30am to 1.30pm for the purchase of coffee, tea, toast and similar light snacks. During the coffee morning there is stall selling a small range of Christian cards and Traidcraft fair-traded items; there is also a “Listening Ear” service. A local Citizens Advice bureau adviser is usually present.
On Thursday from 1.30pm to 3pm, folk from several of the Frodsham churches run the “New Horizons” group at Main Street Community Church for any who have experienced the loss of a loved one. The group enjoys tea, home-made cake and a chat.
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.
Once a fortnight a friendship group meets at the church from 2pm to 4pm on Friday afternoon for tea, cake and conversation. Come and make friends, have tea and cake, play games and have fun. Do ask one of the Church’s leaders if this interests you.
The dates for our future meetings to July 2017 are:
- 5 May: Dominoes and Uno
- 19 May: Places to visit
- 2 June: Quiz
- 16 June: Provisional Garden centre visit
- 30 June: Sing-song
- 14 July: Craft afternoon
- 28 July: Afternoon tea
There are also some photographs from the Friendship Group 2011 Christmas Party.
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.
Information about services and additional meetings is published on a notice board inside the building and in a weekly bulletin.
Within the Community
We have a wide range of in-house and community activities for all ages and interests. We also support Christian work in this country and abroad.
Please come and make yourself known to one of the church’s leaders if you would like more information or to be more involved in the church.
Details of additional meetings and services are published in a weekly bulletin.
Some artwork from around the building
As another example of artwork we have a page giving the story of the prodigal son in paintings by local artist Kate Herbert. You can see the original paintings in the building’s hall.