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Churches re-opening after lockdown

WHERE WE ARE...

WHO WE ARE...

WHY WE ARE HERE...

WHAT WE DO...

The Parish Church of St. John the Divine, Frankby:

Frankby Road, Frankby, Wirral, CH48 1PE.

On the main road from Greasby to West Kirby – the B.1539 – about ¼ mile from the village centre of Frankby.

Contact details: The Vicar, Rev. Ken Owen 0151 678 6155

Church of St. Nicholas, Greasby:

Arrowe Road, Greasby, Wirral, CH49 1RB.

On the continuation of Arrowe Brook Road from Arrowe Park towards West Kirby – about 100 yards from the village centre of Greasby.

Contact details: The Vicar, Rev. Ken Owen 0151 678 6155

We also have a Church Hall which is available for hire

This is in the grounds of St. John’s Church – with the same address and directions as above.

Enquiries about Bookings via The Vicar, Rev. Ken Owen  0151 678 6155

WHO WE ARE

Here in Frankby and Greasby we are a Bible-based evangelical church.
We believe that knowing Jesus is vital good news for everyone!

We believe that it is important to communicate this message in ways which are lively, relevant and  accessible to people in today’s world.

 We aim to show God’s love by offering a warm welcome to all people of all ages, and by leading them into a living relationship with Jesus through discovering what the Bible has to say about life and faith!

Our church is a branch of God’s worldwide family here in Frankby with Greasby, and we are here to worship, serve and share Him with others in the community.

We believe that God wants to be an active part of everybody’s life and we are committed to helping people to discover this truth for themselves!

…To see these principles in action, come along to St. John’s Church any Sunday morning at 10 o’clock

– you will be made very welcome!

WHY WE ARE HERE…

We would like to:

‘WELCOME YOU!’

to our church here in Frankby & Greasby

We are here to live out our Vision which is:

 

To know Jesus
  • To lead people to Jesus
  • To help people grow in Jesus
  • To equip people to share Jesus

We seek to share:

 

‘Living faith
In a living God
For living with a purpose!’

To all Enquirers, Newcomers and Visitors…

 

 

We are very pleased to welcome you any Sunday and we hope that you really enjoy yourselves!…Please do come along and give us a try!

…Our church offers a whole variety of services and activities to cover a range of ages and types of people.

 

 

Our main service is in St John’s Church

at 10.00am every Sunday

and is aimed at all ages!

This website gives details of some of the ways in which we are demonstrating our commitment to live out and fulfil our vision statement and motto.

If you’re interested in discovering this for yourself, then why not come along and join us at some of the meetings and activities mentioned on these pages?

 …You will be made most welcome in every case!!!

WHAT WE DO

OUR REGULAR SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES…

Services of Worship

At St. John’s Church, Frankby

8.00am    Holy Communion   3rd Sunday of the month (Book of Common Prayer)

10.00am Worship for All Ages EVERY Sunday
(Varying pattern of Morning Worship & Family Communion – plus children’s groups which meet alongside the service)

4.30pm     Evening Service      1st Sunday of the month (Common Worship – usually Holy Communion)

 (NOTE: In months with a 5th. SUNDAY then there is no 8.00am or 4.30pm service )

Services of Worship

At St Nicholas’ Church, Greasby

Thursdays                 10.30am          Holy Communion

Activities for Children & Young People – held in St. John’s

Chaos

[Children’s Activities On Sundays]

We have Sunday Morning groups for all children and young people who are of school age (from Reception to Year 13)

These groups all meet as part of the “The 10 o’clock Service” Which happens every Sunday in St. John’s offering a warm welcome for everybody…with: Lively informal worship for all ages and types Relevant, challenging Bible-teaching Refreshments, chatting & fellowship!!!

…PLUS: ‘The Family Zone!’  – which is a special space for parents with young children to help them feel relaxed and welcome!

Activities for Adults

House Groups:

Meeting each month – Bible Study and Fellowship for those keen to grow in their Christian faith & knowledge

GEMS’ (‘Greet Eat Meet’): 

Food-based gatherings for friendly chat & fellowship for those of ‘riper years’!  Varied venues & themes!  See Notices for details!

“Blokes’ Pub Night”: 

Meets 8.00pm on the last Tuesday of the month in the ‘Greave Dunning’ – for friendly chat and a drink!

Stay & Play’:

Parent & Toddler Group for those with children aged 3 and under – meets on Tuesdays (term-time only) 9.30-11.30am – in St. Nicholas’

Women’s Fellowship:

Ladies group – meets fortnightly on Tuesdays 8.00pm – in St. Nicholas’

‘Tea on a Tuesday’: 

Tea & friendly chat for those of ‘riper years’! Meets on First Tuesday of month 1.30pm  – in St. Nicholas’

 

‘Craft Group for Adults’:

Craft, knitting & fellowship for all – beginners or experienced! Meets on First Wednesday of month 7.00pm – in St. Nicholas’

Activities for Children & Young People – held in St. Nick’s

“YPs on SUNDAYS!” 

6.45-8.00pm

…Teens in Years 7-13 meeting to learn about God in a lively, fun way!

A chance to help the young people learn and grow as Christians, by hearing what the Bible has to say, asking questions and discussion

 – all in a friendly, fun-filled setting!

 

“PITSTOP!” 

on TUESDAYS   3.30-5.30pm

…After-school ‘drop-in’ for Years 7-13 to “meet, eat, chill ‘n’ chat” with  free food, fun & games , plus the chance to catch up with friends  who went to different secondary schools!

…Also featuring: ‘The Buzz-slot’ = brief, snappy activities to make you think – tied up with a Christian theme & message!

It’s friendly! It’s food-filled and fun-filled!

– COME & JOIN US!

To find out more about the Christian Faith:

…At various times we hold a series of midweek Bible Studies, “Enquirers’ Courses” (including the ‘The ALPHA Course’)and other opportunities to explore the Christian faith – see Weekly Notice Sheet for details of when the next one is running.

ALL ENQUIRIES

to the Vicar: Rev. Ken Owen 678 6155