All Saints, Weston
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GET CONNECTED ... Day of Prayer
Saturday 18th July at St Mark's Shavington
Drop in at any time 9am - 9pm - see link on right for more info
Jesus said "Pray and don't give up"
All Saints Church is situated in the centre of Weston village, near Crewe. It is a Victorian building, built in 1840 originally as a chapel within the parish of Wybunbury and later becoming the parish church for Basford, Chorlton and Weston.
In 1893 the church was enlarged by the addition of a semi-circular chancel and provision for a choir.
Our main Church Services
Every Sunday our main service takes place at 11:00am. On the first, third (& fifth) Sundays of each month this is a service of Holy Communion following ‘Order 1’ from Common Worship.
Morning Praise takes place on the second Sunday, this is a non-communion service, normally with a special theme appropriate for the season.
On the fourth Sunday we hold a Family Service where younger children are especially welcome; occasionally a Baptism may be included.
In addition, we also hold a more traditional service of Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer on the fourth Sunday of the month at 8:30am and an Evening Service at 6:30pm on the second Sunday (a special service using a variety of styles and approaches). For quiet reflection at the end of the day, why not join us for the ancient rite of Compline at 7:30pm on the last Thursday of the month.
We are always delighted to welcome newcomers and visitors to any of our services.
Our ‘sister’ church of St Mark’s Shavington holds similar services (but at slightly different times) and you will be equally welcome there - PLEASE CLICK ON ST MARK'S LINK ON THE RIGHT FOR INFORMATION ABOUT EVENTS HERE
We have a good sized hall which is available for hire for parties and meetings. (see facilities page for booking details)
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