Church of England Diocese of Chester Siddington with Capesthorne

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.


The Invitation - a series of eight pre-recorded reflections

Every Sunday at 10 a.m. for 30m


There will be a short, pre-recorded reflection each Sunday morning that you will be able to watch from 10am. You can watch it then, or leave it till later in the day or another day.

There is no Zoom chat scheduled, as the usual host will be in church.

Recorded service Prayers Family Friendly

All Ages Service in church

In August, September, October, November. Every Fourth Sunday at 10 a.m. for 45m

Pexhill Road

If you intend to come to any of the services, please read the attached safety notice first.

This is a service of thanksgiving with music and prayers, and without hymns for the time being.

View attachment

Morning Worship/Prayer Prayers Music All age/Family Family Friendly Event held in a Church

Service for people shielding from the coronavirus, at Hulme Walfield Church

Every Second, Fourth Sunday at 11:30 a.m. for 45m

Hulme Walfield Church
Giantswood Lane
Hulme Walfield
Congleton CW12 2HH
United Kingdom

If you intend to come to one of our services, please read the attached safety notice first.

For people who have been advised to keep away from others for the time being, this service has been set up with whatever precautions are possible. Hulme Walfield is the largest church in the Rural Daneside Group, so the greatest social distance is possible. People who are not in this group are kindly requested to worship elsewhere. See the Rural Daneside site for links to the other churches.

View attachment

Morning Worship/Prayer Event held in a Church

Parish Communion in church

In January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. Every Second Sunday at 10 a.m. for 45m

Pexhill Road

If you intend to come to this service, please read the attached safety notice first.

This is an up to date service of communion, also known as the Eucharist, which is at the heart of Christian worship. It is celebrated by Christians around the world as a memorial of the death and resurrection of Jesus, in response to his words at the final meal he shared with his disciples, ‘Do this in remembrance of me.’
The community gathers, asks God’s forgiveness for its sins, listens to readings from the Bible including a reading from one of the Gospels. A sermon may be preached and the community prays together. Bread and wine are brought to the holy table (also called ‘the altar’), the priest prays the Eucharistic Prayer, and everyone says the Lord’s Prayer together. The community then receives the consecrated bread and would usually receive wine. During this period when the coronavirus is circulating, the wine will not be shared.
At the end of the service, the community is sent out into the world as a ‘living sacrifice’ to live and work to God’s praise and glory.

View attachment

Music Eucharist/Holy Communion Family Friendly
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Evening Prayer to read at home

Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 5 p.m. for 30m


Every evening at 5pm, from Monday to Saturday, you are welcome to share prayers and bible readings for the day, along with lighting a candle, should you wish.

If you have a smart phone, you can receive the daily service by downloading the Rural Daneside app. Go to your app store and search for "School Jotter", which you can then download. Once that is done, search for Rural Daneside Churches and then choose the churches within the group that you'd like to hear from.

If you don't have a smart phone, you can follow most of the service from the Church of England website - see 'more about this event' below. The locally-chosen prayers will only appear on the app.

Evening Worship/Prayer

Thursday morning online Holy Communion

Every Thursday at 10 a.m. for 30m


A regular Thursday morning service of Holy Communion to be streamed live on Zoom. You can see and/or hear it either using your mobile phone or computer, or by using a land line.
Please join us from 9.45 in time for a 10am start. This gives time for a quick chat and to sort technical difficulties.
By telephone: call 0203 051 2874 and, when asked, enter the meeting ID, which is:
856 4816 0763, followed by #.
By Zoom, click 'more about this event' below. The meeting is ID 856 4816 0763.
The order of service is in the 'news and notices' section.
If you know of someone who doesn't have access to the internet, please let them know about the telephone facility.

Live stream Eucharist/Holy Communion