Please note that St Chad's Church Farndon is not responsible for the burial plots in the parish burial ground. It is Farndon Parish Council and not St Chad's who run the site. Please direct any comments or enquiries to Farndon Parish Council
Thank you and God bless
The Church is open each day Mondays to Saturdays from 9.00am to 4pm and on Sundays is open only at the times of services - please do visit us
Our vision for the future of our Church community
- Value and welcome all people, seek to encourage new members and therefore increase in worship and fellowship
- Continue to provide and develop our services to the wider village community
- Encourage a wider sense of belonging to our Church in the village community
- Help growing families by providing an environment where children and young people can grow in their journey of faith and play their part in the life of our Church
- Develop the potential of our Church building
- Deepen the prayer and spiritual life of our Church community
Next Messy Church Sunday 6th November, theme: Advent
Messy Church is held on the first Sunday of every month at 4.00pm at St Chad's Church. Come along and join our growing congregation - this is a new and exciting form of worship. Messy Church is a fun based family service for people of all ages. Each service includes a number of craft activities, songs, a story and some prayers, all based on the theme for the day. We start with coffee, tea or juice with biscuits and finish with a shared buffet-style tea at 5.00 - 5.30pm
Thank you to the members of Farndon Fest for their very kind donation to St Chad's Church following their successful Ball at the Sports and Social Club in December. It was very thankfully received
Gift Day at St Chad's will be on Saturday 15th October from 10.00am - 12.00noon. Please see the Vicar's letter in the Over The Wall magazine or click here. If you are able, please do pop along to Church with your donation and stay for coffee and a chat with the vicar
Farndon Christmas Tree Festival 2016, Friday 2nd December to Sunday 11th December
Following the success of last yearís festival, which attracted over 800 visitors during the festival period, we are launching preparations for our second festival which begins on Friday 2nd December with the Bishop of Birkenhead officially opening the festival at 7pm. Read more - click here
A cycle trail for the Chester area produced by the Diocese of Chester
Cycling tour of historic churches is launched
A 40-mile cycling trail of historic churches around Chester has been organised to encourage people to get out and explore the countryside and local heritage.
The Tower & Spires tour starts at Chester Cathedral and then takes in St Johnís church, Chester, which is the oldest standing building in the city still in use for its original purpose.
The next stop on the route is St Jamesí church, Christleton, which had Anglo-Saxon beginnings but was extensively rebuilt in the Georgian and Victorian periods. The trail also takes in the Anglican churches in Waverton, Hargrave, Bunbury, Tattenhall, Farndon, Aldford and Bruera.
As well as the full 40-mile route, there is a 28-mile option, and a rural-only ride.
A leaflet, including a map of the route and lots of fascinating facts and pictures, has been produced. Itís available free from Chester Cathedral welcome desk and from the various churches along the Tower & Spires route from Saturday 30th April 2016 onwards. More information at
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