Events This Week

SUNDAY - Trinity 13

St. Peter's at 9am – Holy Communion

Preacher: Revd. Steve Clapham
Holy Communion led by Revd. Steve Clapham
Bible Readings: James 1: 17-27, Mark 7: 1-8, 14, 15, 21-23. 

All Saints' 10.45am – Family Eucharist

As above plus music by Maggie Shaw and Testimony
Refreshments are served after the services, do stay and chat.

This Week
Tue 1st Sept – Funeral of Revd Philip Clarke, 11.30am at Chirk Parish Church.
Tue 1st Sept – Planning Meeting for Messy Saints, 3pm.
Wed 2nd Sept – Summer Saints – flea play for young families    All Saints’ 10am – 12pm. Last one of the summer holidays!
Thurs 3rd Aug– Mid – Week Service at 11am at All Saints’
Thurs 3rd Aug– Soup and Smile returns – serving from 12-1pm in All Saints' Church Hall.  Bring a friend.
Wednesdays and Saturdays at St Peter’s Morning Prayer 9am.
Sat 5th Sept – St. Peter’s Coffee Stop 10-12pm. This month includes a display of railway photographs.
Sun 6th Sept- Evening: Healing Service. All Saints' 6.30pm

 PRAYER FOR CREWE: during September - Fridays 9.15-9.45am at Union Street Baptist Church.

          Events Coming Up

          Coming up at St. Peter's and All Saints'...

          ArtsFest is just a few weeks away!
          All day Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd October
          Sunday 4th October Harvest Festival Service, followed by a Faith Lunch
          Wanted:  Items for the “White Elephant” stall at the Artsfest, Raffle prizes also needed.  Do talk to Linda, Rev Steve or Rev Jane.  Also help is urgently needed for refreshments if you can help on either day please see Andra or Margery
          Mon 7th Sept – Mother’s Union “Share a cup of tea with?” 2pm. Evening: ArtsFest Meeting 7.15pm
          Sat 12th Sept – Church Maintenance at All Saints’ 9.30am.

          Fri 25th Sept – MacMillan Coffee Morning in All Saints’ Church Hall, 10am – 12.30pm donations of home made cakes and your support would be greatly appreciated. Please see Margery, Andra or Janette.

          DON’T FORGET ST PAUL’S PANTRY:  The food store currently has a good balance of the main foods but is slightly low on snacks; both savoury and sweet. Thank you to everyone who donates and please pray for the running of St Paul’s Pantry and the volunteers who support them. 

          St. Peter's, Earle Street

          St. Peter's Crewe Anglican church serves the communities of East/Central Crewe. We offer a friendly welcome to people of all ages in life and at all stages in faith.
          St Peter's is a Traditional Anglican Parish Church with a light and airy feel with an impressive stained glass window of Christ ascended in glory.
          The worship is in the modern catholic style, with a wide range of formats to suit many tastes - from 1662 Book of Common Prayer, to modern common worship for all ages with guitar and flute accompaniment. You'll always be made welcome.

          All Saints' Church, Stewart Street

          St. Peter's Church is linked with All Saints' Church in Crewe.
          All Saints' Church, Stewart Street serves The Valley area of Crewe. We offer a friendly welcome to people of all ages in life and at all stages in faith. We place a strong emphasis on the nurture and involvement of children and young people, and on care and support for all.
          All Saints' is a modern Anglican Parish Church with a unique layout – the altar and sanctuary is in the centre of the church, with everyone gathered around. The building describes our theology: God is not remote at the far end of the church, but dwells right in the middle of his people.
          The worship is family friendly and fairly relaxed, using modern liturgy with a range of formats, and a mix of traditional and more modern music.
          There is a wide range of activities for children and young people throughout the week in the church hall.

          Contact Details

          Revd. Steve Clapham
          The Vicarage, 79 Stewart Street, Crewe. CW2 8LX
          Tel: (01270) 560310


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