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
St Chad's Church Farndon takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England's robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at www.churchofengland.org/safeguarding.
If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues of a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at www.chester.anglican.org/social-responsibility/safeguarding
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 3rd November at 4.00pm, theme "Light"
Messy Church is held on the first Sunday of the 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
St Chad's Sunday Club
The club meets on the 3rd and 4th Sundays of each month in the Memorial Hall Lounge. We start at 9:30am with a story and then a related craft activity for around 45 minutes before we go to church to finish off our time together. The sessions are led by fully DBS certified teachers and are suitable for age range 3-10 years. Parents/Guardians may leave their children and go to church or are very welcome to stay if they wish.
For more information please contact Claire Scurr on 270270 or Clare Hall on 272392.
St Chad's will be holding another Confirmation service on Sunday 1st December at 10.00am and invites anyone who would like to be Confirmed (or Baptised and Confirmed) by Bishop Keith to contact Revd David on 01829 270270 for more information.
Confirmation Service at St Chad's
Confirmation is open to anyone aged 10 and over and candidates from St Mary's will be joining us for the occasion
Food bank collection point
As part of its outreach programme, St Chad's has been collecting food items at our small foodbank collection point which is situated inside the church by the vestry door. We are collecting tinned food items as well as cereals, biscuits or any dried food items that you wish to donate. These are taken to the foodbanks for distribution in our local area. If you would like to donate any food items, than please leave them in church and we will ensure that your donations will get to the right people. You can also leave a cash donation in the envelopes provided in church. Please place any envelopes in the wall safe next to the main door - Thank you
Used Stamp Collection
We have a box at the back of St Chad's Church for used stamps; these stamps are used to raise money for RNIB. If anybody has any used stamps, stamp collection books or foreign stamps, and would like to donate them, please place them in the RNIB box placed at the back of Church. Thank you for your support
Farndon Christmas Tree Festival 2019, back for a fifth year, beginning Friday 29th November for a ten day period, click here for details
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