tag: Worleston Church

St. Oswald's Church

Worleston

Cheshire, CW5 6DP


Church Officers

Vicar: Rev Anne Lawson
Tel:01270 628864

email: revanne@uwclub.net

Readers:
Isobel Burnley 01270 624521
Ann Nicholas 01270 528273
Churchwardens:
Mr. M. Alexander 01270 624404
Mrs. Isobel Burnley 01270 624521
Organist: Mr. G. Heap 01270 620199
PCC Secretary: Joan Grocott 01270 611583
PCC Treasurer: Mr. G. Heap 01270 620199

Rev.Ann Lawson

Rev. Anne Lawson


Our Sunday Services

Worleston Church
Church

Our church was rebuilt in 1997 after a major fire. Now as you can see it is a bright, light building providing up to date facilities for worship and social activities.
These two images were taken at the Queen's 60th Jubilee.

Inside Church

Would you like to be married here? It is possible and the nearby Rookery Hall or Reaseheath College could provide a venue for your reception.
There is also a new Village Hall which could host your reception

Special Services / Events

Baptisms and Funerals
Should you wish to be baptised at St. Oswalds or to organise a funeral or burial service please contact either the Vicar or one of the Church Wardens listed at the top of this page.



Chester Diocese
Are you interested in the wider Anglican Church?
For more information visit the Chester Diocese website

Our School
Near to the church is Worleston CofE Primary School.
Visit the new Worleston School Website
There is close co-operation between school and church




Church Magazine

Our church magazine is now on line.

View January 2016 Magazine
View Febuary 2016 Magazine
View March 2016 Magazine
View April 2016 Magazine
View May 2016 Magazine
View June 2016 Magazine
View July 2016 Magazine
View July 2016 Pt1 Magazine
View July 2016 Pt2 Magazine
View August 2016 Magazine Pt1
View August 2016 Magazine Pt2
View September 2016 Magazine
View October 2016 Magazine
View November 2016 Magazine
View November 2016 Centre Pages
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Old Church Magazines

The Wardens now have bound copies of magazines from the 1930ies.
Below is a sample from January 1932.
If you would like to look at the bound copies please contact the Wardens.
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