Alan Hewitt, owner of the Dunham Massey Apple Juice company and Warden of St Mark's Church Dunham Massey, takes inspiration from St Paul to help him to be a better farmer and Christian.
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The Vacancy in See Committee received 430 responses to its consultation seeking views on who the next Bishop of Chester should be.
Parents have warm memories of taking part in Harvest Festivals and want their children to do the same - new polling by the Church of England shows.
Christ Church Bebington have set-up a Men in Sheds group within the grounds of the Church. It's open three times a week and is a hive of activity where people get together to build planters, bird tables and friendships.
The Church of England will fund new research to help deepen the faith of families and children attending Messy Churches. The research will focus on Bristol, Hereford and Durham dioceses.
The deadline is fast approaching for you to share your views on who the next Bishop of Chester should be and the qualities you think he or she should have.
For the third year, a Christian presence at the electronic dance music festival Creamfields in Daresbury continues to be a blessing to both the Church volunteers and festival-goers alike.
The Bishop of Birkenhead says prayer is urgently needed for our Christian brothers and sisters, following reports of rebel attacks on the town of Boga, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
LEGOÂ® brick pool opens alongside the world-first exhibition â€˜The DEEPâ€™ - made with LEGOÂ® bricks. Both are open until Sunday 8 September 2019. A perfect rainy-day activity during the school holidays.
A local resident and business owner in Lymm has donated CCTV cameras to St Maryâ€™s Church after learning of reported vandalism and damage to the building.Â Â
The Archdeacon of Macclesfield has praised the community in Crewe following the fire atÂ BeechmereÂ care home in August. Speaking to BBC Radio Stoke he described the response as "wonderfulâ€ and "precious".
Local businesses, organisations and residents are being urged to help by donating, offering practical support and praying for all those affected. Please respond if you can.Â
The wait is finally over for a band of bell ringers inÂ Grappenhall who have returned to ringing after a hiatus of sevenÂ months in order to remove old bells and castÂ and installÂ new ones.
Bishop Peter issues a statement in support of the residents of Whaley Bridge and remembers those who have been evacuated and all those who are working to resolve the situation.
A prayer for those affected by flooding, particularly the residents of Whaley Bridge who have been evacuated from the town because of damage to the dam at Toddbrook Reservoir.
Christians are more likely than the general public to believe that climate change should be a top priority for the next Prime Minister, a new survey has revealed.
Foxhill hosted a celebration event to mark its 50th anniversary on the 19 and 21 July.Â People who have been closely involved in the ministry at Foxhill were invited to attend.
â€œItâ€™s important that as Christians weâ€™re confident and bold enough to share our faith every day of the week." The Revd Dr Jenny McKay shares a little of her story of ministering in the workplace.
Hundreds of well-wishers journeyed to Chester Cathedral from across the Diocese of Chester on Saturday 20 July to mark Bishop Peter Forsterâ€™s long ministry as the Bishop of Chester.
School children from Bishop Wilson Church of England Primary School are celebrating the launch of a pioneering project arming them with vital life skills including how to save money and budget.
Four churches in Crewe are benefitting from the work of a Community Development Worker who is identifying new ways to serve the local community.
Hundreds of primary school children attended a Year SixÂ Leavers' Service at Chester Cathedral on Tuesday 09 July.Â as they began the transition from primary to high school.
Created by North Wales artist, Jacha Potgieter, Saving The Deep features over ten sculptures each created from waste collected from just three beach visits. All of the sculptures within Saving The Deep depict endangered species.
The Diocese of Chester is reviewing the practice of allowing parishes to seek permission to admit baptised children to Holy Communion before Confirmation.
The Church of England hasÂ released a series of new features on A Church Near You. Churches using the site will now be able to embed videos, add biographies for clergy and use the site as a Benefice website.
The process for choosing the next Bishop of Chester has begun. The Vacancy in See Committee, the group responsible for holding the initial discussions, held its first meeting on Monday 01 July.
Canon Jane Brooke has just returned from visiting the Solomon Islands. Here she shares some of the experience, including a service at Honiara Cathedral attended by around a 1000 people.
Julie Withers has been elected as a member of the House of Laity to represent the Diocese of Chester atÂ General Synod.
An actor, a former â€œmilitant atheistâ€, and a former employee of a travelling circus troupe are just three of the 22 men and women who were ordained at Chester Cathedral on Sunday 30 June.
The school conference attracted over 100 students to participate in prayer, crafts, singing and other activities to celebrate 'God's Love', the theme of the conference.