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Notices and Information

At 10:30 am on a Sunday morning we have a lively, friendly service. All are welcome. The whole family is encouraged to sit together. Relax! Children are very welcome. Sitting near the front where it is easy to see and hear helps children. It is good to explain the parts of the service, sing the songs, pray and voice the responses. Children learn by copying you and by doing too.


Alternatively families might like to take advantage of the children’s area at the back. This is for babies and toddlers. It contains toys, books, games, puzzles, colouring materials and a Lending Library. Please supervise children that you take there.

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At Christ Church Parbold, there’s our usual varied mix for everyone across the weeks


 Coming up in July and August

Sunday’s 8am Holy Communion. Quiet, said, reflective services.                                        

Sunday’s 1030am: Worship Services in church. Lively & Friendly services.

Wednesday's 1030am: Holy Communion Services at Parbold WI (Pauses after 10th July, resumes on 18th September)

Services for families

Sunday 7th July 1030am: Junior Church and Tots’ Corner. Whilst Junior Church meets in the Hut and is for 4-13 yrs  (pauses until 8th September) our Tots’ Corner, Lending Library and Resource Area at the back of church is for pre-school children.

Sunday 7th July from 6-730pm at the ‘Hut’ is ‘Soul Action Cafe’ our youth group for 12s upwards (Pauses until 8th September)

Saturday 13th July from 12noon: Parbold Village Show, Alder Lane Playing Fields.  Come and say hello to us at our stall where they’ll be games, craft activities and a Treasure Hunt.

Sunday 21st July 930am: ‘Muddy Church’ at the Hut. An hour of fun and craft activities learning about God outdoors with the theme ‘God is our Friend’

Our weekly services are recorded and to receive a link to watch one of these please email Geoff

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End the day with a short service of

Compline (Night Prayer)

Leaders: John Mountain, Philip and Diane Green

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