Services During October


 Sunday 3 October, Harvest Festivals

09.00 Harvest Thanksgiving Holy Trinity Little Bollington

10.00 Harvest Holy Communion St John High Legh

10.30 Harvest Thanksgiving St Mary Rostherne

11.00 Harvest Thanksgiving St Paul Over Tabley


Sunday 10 October, 19th Sunday After Trinity

08.30 Holy Communion at St Mary Rostherne

09.30 Storytelling Service at St Mary Rostherne

10.00 Holy Communion at St John High Legh

11.00 Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Little Bollington

11.00 Holy Communion at St Paul Over Tabley


Sunday 17 October, 20th Sunday After Trinity

10.00 Morning Worship St John High Legh

10.30 Holy Communion St Mary Rostherne

11.00 Holy Communion St Paul Over Tabley

15.00 Climate Sunday Service at St John High Legh (Details below)


Sunday 24 October, Last Sunday After Trinity

08.30 Holy Communion at St Mary Rostherne

09.30 Storytelling Service at St Mary Rostherne

10.00 Holy Communion St John High Legh

11.00 Morning Worship Holy Trinity Little Bollington

11.00 Holy Communion St Paul Over Tabley


Sunday 31 October, All Saints Sunday

09.00 Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Little Bollington

10.00 Holy Communion St John High Legh

10.30 Holy Communion at St Mary Rostherne

No Service at St Paul Over Tabley

16.00 Remembering Service at Holy Trinity Little Bollington

16.00 Remembering Service at St John High Legh


Climate Sunday 

            15.00 Sunday 17 October at St John’s Church   Guest Speaker Nigel Hennerley 

This will be a climate focused service to explore the theological and scientific basis of creation care and action on climate, to sing, to pray and to commit to action. 

Climate Sunday is a national initiative calling on churches to hold a climate based service on any Sunday before the COP 26 conference in November. 

We are joining over a thousand churches in this initiative, with a vision to leave a lasting legacy of churches better equipped to address this critical issue as part of our discipleship and mission and to make a significant  contribution to civil society’s efforts to secure adequate national and international action.

 



Our Reader, Chris Stanisstreet has organised a Prayer Chain which will be done by email mainly but also and telephone. The idea behind this is that when a prayer request is made it is passed on by telephone by the people on the list who then pray for the particular

situation. If you would like to be involved in the loop or would like to make a prayer request, please let them know. 

Chris Stanisstreet Tel: 01925 755559; Mobile 07918 981 723;                

Email: stanbess2003@yahoo.co.uk.