Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
Christ Church, Eaton near Congleton
Christ Church is our parish church and is located in the award winning village of Eaton on the A536 between Congleton and Macclesfield. This is a lively and vibrant village with a strong community spirit of which the church is a central part.
You can see details of the services under services and events. You can download the usual service sheet and pew sheet giving prayers and readings for the day here.
Before you come to church, please read the COVID-19 information and safety instructions.
The church at Hulme Walfield is known as the daughter church. Information about St Michael's Church, Hulme Walfield can be found here.
The parish of Eaton with Hulme Walfield is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. For more information, please go to our Safeguarding page.
St Peter's Church, Swettenham
We hold services in church every week. You can find service information under Services and events. Our usual service sheet, and pew sheet of prayers and readings for the day can be downloaded here.
Before you come to one of our services, please read the COVID-19 information and safety instructions.
Note to visitors: The little road called Sandy Lane, which runs between Congleton/Swettenham Road and Swettenham Lane is impassable. This is due to a collapse in the road surface. There is no turning space. Some SatNav systems may try to send you down it.
Swettenham is situated some five miles north-west of Congleton on the banks of the River Dane, which flows though the parish in a delightful and unspoilt valley, breaking up the flat but well-wooded country lying to the north and south. To the east the plain rises gently to a background formed by the east Cheshire hills.
St. Peter's Church serves the Parish of Swettenham. Our church is a beautiful, listed building, set in the Dane Valley.
We aim to serve the parish as a broad church, a musical church, an active church, a church for all ages, a church where everyone is always welcome.
St. Peter's is part of the Diocese of Chester and the Church of England, and is one of the Rural Daneside Churches.
The parish of Swettenham: St Peter is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. For information, click "Safeguarding".
St James & St Paul, Marton
Welcome to the parish church of St James and St Paul in Marton, near Macclesfield, in Cheshire.
We are part of the Church of England in the Diocese of Chester, serving the small (but perfectly formed) village of Marton, a few miles north of Congleton. Our church building is (we think) the oldest of its kind still in use in Europe, and we are rather fond of it.
It was founded in 1343, and much of what was built then is still here. We hope that both the building and the worshipping community will be here for another few centuries at least.
For details of our services, see the Services and events page. Our usual service sheet and pew sheet of prayers and readings for the day can be downloaded here.
Before you come to a service, please read the COVID-19 information and safety instructions.
The parish of Marton: St James is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. For information, please click "Safeguarding".
All Saints, Siddington
We hold services in church every week. For details, please see Services and events. Our usual service sheet, and pew sheet of prayers and readings for the day can be downloaded here.
Before you come to any of our services, please read the COVID-19 information and safety instructions.
Welcome to All Saints Parish Church in Siddington, a small historic church at the heart of a thriving rural community, in the parish of Siddington with Capesthorne.
The church is part of a group of four neighbouring country parishes, Rural Daneside Churches, with shared values, but who have their own individual character. All the parishes come together regularly for joint services, usually at Marton C of E School, the local primary school for seven parishes in all.
All Saints’ congregation is formed not just from the village, however. Many people from the surrounding areas enjoy the fellowship and variety of worship which the church offers. You are very welcome to join any of the services, details of which can be seen on the Services and Events page.
The church is often at its best at the major services – Easter, Harvest and Christmas – when capacity congregations in a lovingly decorated building celebrate the essence of Christian faith in a modern world.
All Saints is also the driving force behind Redesmere Fete, a traditional country event which draws hundreds of visitors. See the separate page.
The parish of Siddington and Capesthorne: Holy Trinity is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. For information, please click "Safeguarding".
To see more information and photographs of Redesmere Fete and the history of the church, please go to Siddington Church.
Holy Trinity Chapel at Capesthorne
Welcome to the chapel of the Holy Trinity, Capesthorne, in the parish of Siddington with Capesthorne, Cheshire.
The chapel is adjacent to Capesthorne Hall, near the village of Siddington. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building. It falls within the diocese of Chester, the archdeaconry of Macclesfield and the deanery of Macclesfield and is one of the Rural Daneside group (benefice) of churches.
Under normal circumstances, there are public services held in the chapel three times a year: Ascension Day, harvest festival and our carol service. To see information about services at Siddington Church, please click here.
For information about access to Capesthorne Hall and the estate see their website.
The parish of Siddington and Capesthorne: Holy Trinity is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. For information please click "Safeguarding".
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