With our Church being right on one of Knutsford’s busy main streets, we are very well placed to take an active role in our town, and it is very appropriate that we should try to reach out, in the name of our Lord Jesus, to our local community.
But we are also part of a Circuit, and we are reminded of this at the start of each Sunday morning service when we light our Circuit candle, and pray for the other churches in our Circuit, the Alderley Edge and Knutsford Circuit.
At our recent Church Council Meeting, we discussed, in great detail, the priorities of our church as part of our ‘2020’s Vision’, receiving the reports of the working parties that we had set up to discuss ‘Reaching Out’, ‘Worship’ and ‘Supporting a Church Plant in Northwich’. I am pleased to share that progress is being made, as we seek to realise our ‘2020’s Vision’.
We are delighted to announce the start of the 2017/2018 programme for the Tuesday Afternoon Fellowship, which commenced on 12 September.
The Fellowship welcomes ladies and gentlemen from across Knutsford to our afternoon meetings and our speakers are chosen for their informative, entertaining and often humorous delivery.
Meetings conclude with refreshments and the opportunity to meet one another.
In June, the Knutsford "Open the Book" Team joined forces with the Northwich team to work alongside the national trainers at the Big Church Day Out at Capesthorne Hall .
We spent two days hopefully encouraging and inspiring others to set up new teams or support existing teams in their areas . It was a great thing to be part of, and everyone went home very tired, but elated and cheered by the lovely folks we met.
Thanks again to all those who gave up their day to get involved .
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