Church of England Diocese of Chester Swettenham

St Peter's Church, Swettenham

Please be aware that the church will be closed to the public except for services, from 7th October for an expected three-week period, so that the heating system can be upgraded. Services will be held at the usual times, but you are encouraged to dress accordingly as there will be no heat at all during the upgrade. 

Any unforeseen services can be held within the benefice.

The other churches in the Rural Daneside group will be only too pleased to welcome those who would like to worship during this time.

Marton and Siddington will be holding their harvest services then.

Any queries feel free to contact the church wardens Geoff Leech on 01477 571889‬ or ‬John Gregory on 01269 224902.

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.

Get in touch

Revd Ian Arch

The Vicarage, School Lane, Marton SK11 9HD
01260 224447

Wacky Worship

20 Oct 2019, 4:30 p.m. for 1hr 30m

Marton and District C of E Aided School
School Lane
SK11 9HD

Wacky Worship is a lighthearted time for families and the young at heart to have fun, explore faith and be surprised together.
With the theme of "Wacky 'Ween" we hope that you'll come in a non-scary costume. Do you have a wacky wig?

All age/Family Refreshments Family Friendly Music Sunday School / Organised Children's Activities Event held in a Church

If you're interested in seeing what the Diocese of Chester is publicising, please follow the link below.

18 Mar 2019, 4:30 p.m.