Church of England Diocese of Chester Baddiley

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.

United Benefice service of Holy Communion

In December. Every Last Sunday at 11 a.m. for 1hr

Baddiley
Nantwich

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Holy Communion
The service of Holy Communion when the three churches in the benefice come together to worship. Holy Communion is one of the most important services for Christians. In it we remember Jesus’ death by sharing bread and wine. Everyone is welcome to come along and you can either share in the bread and wine if you feel hungry for God, or receive a blessing, or stay in your seat as you wish.

Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer

In December. Every Last Sunday at 11 a.m. for 1hr

Baddiley
Nantwich

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The service of Holy Communion but in beautiful old-style language from the Seventeenth Century. Holy Communion is one of the most important services for Christians. In it we remember Jesus’ death by sharing bread and wine. Everyone is welcome to come along and you can either share in the bread and wine if you feel hungry for God, or receive a blessing, or stay in your seat as you wish.

Only one service in the benefice today - United Holy Communion in Baddiley Church

In December. Every Last Sunday at 11 a.m. for 1hr

St Michael's Baddiley

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The service of Holy Communion when the three churches in the benefice come together to worship. Holy Communion is one of the most important services for Christians. In it we remember Jesus’ death by sharing bread and wine. Everyone is welcome to come along and you can either share in the bread and wine if you feel hungry for God, or receive a blessing, or stay in your seat as you wish.

Eucharist/Holy Communion Prayers Event held in a Church
Sunday

Holy Communion at 11am

Sunday 23 May 2021 at 11 a.m. for 1hr

Baddiley
Nantwich

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A service of Holy Communion or The Lord's Supper where people can either receive a Blessing or some Bread. There will also be music, prayers, Bible readings and a talk.
Please wear a face mask unless medically exempt and maintain social distancing so that we can try to keep everyone as safe as possible. Thank you