It is with great sadness that, along with the majority of other churches across Chester, we will not be opening for public worship for the time being. This is likely to be the case until at least mid-February. As time has gone on during this pandemic, we feel that attending church in person has seen the benefits decreasing (no chances to chat, to sing or indeed communicate) whilst, in view of the new form of the virus, the risk is increasing.
For more details about this decision and the discussions that surrounded it please see this update from our Vicar, Graham Shaw: https://www.facebook.com/christchurchchester/posts/3561095197299443
However, whilst our building may be closed, the life and community of our church continues. This includes a live-streamed service of worship at 10.30am each Sunday: https://www.facebook.com/christchurchchester/
In addition, during this latest lockdown we will be gathering together on Zoom on Sundays ay 7.30pm for an informal time of worship and on Wednesdays at 8.30pm for Night Prayer. More details are available under the ‘Services’ section of the website.
As you will be aware, the situation can change rapidly due to Covid-19 and it isn’t always possible to update this website. The most up-to-date information can be found on our Facebook page or please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated 12 January 2021