Well we know of some churches who are meeting in their buildings again. We know of others that think it will be another year before they do!With the relaxing of lockdown we are considering when we will be able to start to use our building again and what might be possible. The deacons will be...
Covid-19 Corona Virus Following the government’s latest advice, all communal activities at the Christ Church premises are suspended until further notice. We are keeping in touch with one another for brief online Sunday morning services on the internet or by phone using Zoom. Please contact us via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information...
Explore themes such as, ‘A Million Dreams’, ‘Rewrite the stars’ and ‘The Greatest Show’, based on the hit Film, ‘The Greatest Showman’ Mondays at 10.30am & Tuesdays at 7.45pm A Churches Together Series
Visit our Bookshop & Coffee Shop, open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10am-12noon. Books, Cards, Gifts and home made Cake.
Every Sunday Unless otherwise stated. See ‘Children and Youth’ page for details
Thursday 9 April – Maundy Thursday Contact email@example.com for details and/or to register
Sunday 5 April, 4pm Fun, Craft and the Family of Faith – for children and the childlike of all ages, singles or groups.
On Sunday 5th June, Andrew Knowlman was baptised at Christ Church. Andrew has Motor Neurone Disease (otherwise known as MND, or ALS). The words below are his own: “I am writing this for my family and friends who I love very much. I think this is one of the most important things I will...
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But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind.