Events This Week

SUNDAY - Epiphany 3

St. Peter's at 9am – Holy Communion

Preacher: Revd. Steve Clapham
Holy Communion led by Revd. Steve Clapham
BiblReadingsRevelation 19: 6-10, John 2: 1-11

All Saints' 10.45am – Family Eucharist

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

Evening:  UNITED SERVICE AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH, NANTWICH, 6pm to mark the end of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

This Week
Mon 26th Jan – Cursillo Ultreya Meeting 7.30pm
Tues 27th Jan –Messy Saints – arts and craft, food and play      3.45 – 5pm
Tues 27th Jan – Week 2 of Churches Together Night Shelter at All Saints’
Wed 28th Jan – Tiddlywinks- praise and play for under fives     10am – 11.30am
Wed 28th Jan – The Book Group - Further information from Karen Bratley 01270 581178 or
Thurs 29th Jan - Mid week service 11am at All Saints’
Thurs 29th Jan – Soup and a Smile, 12 – 1pm at All Saints’
Sat 31st Jan – “Who Let the Dads Out” for Dads and pre – school Children 9.30 – 11.30am

          Events Coming Up

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

          Tue 20th Jan–Churches Together Night Shelter at All Saints' As with previous years, for the next six Tuesdays we need volunteers to assist with setting up the hall from 6pm, to help cook dinner and serve the guests, and chat with them.  
          We need 2-3 people to help keep watch overnight; and a breakfast team for Wednesday mornings from 7.30am to get things moving.  There is a sign up chart at the back of church if you can help – please ask Steve for more information.
          Sun 1st Feb – Evening: - Healing Service, All Saints', 6.30pm

          Mon 2nd Feb – Mother’s Union - Candlemas Celebration 2pm   Evening: Hall Users Meeting 7.30pm
          PLEASE NOTE – Free Parish diaries are available – do take one
          They have asked for: vegetables, milk (UHT) tinned/packet potatoes, soup, pasta sauce, fruit juice (UHT) healthy snacks, dried fruit, unsalted nuts, bread sticks, sugar, custard, biscuits, crisps and chocolate.

          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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