Community events and arts projects

Here's some suggestions for visitor/community events and arts projects that your church may like to consider, in addition to the church calendar of Easter, Harvest, Remembrance, Advent and Christmas:

Event ideas

Events planning

Arts

Stories worth sharing

Heritage Open Days

‘By hosting days like this, we bring memories alive, rekindled friendships and form new relationships with local people’. Edgeley and Cheadle Heath, St Matthews

Around 25 of our churches usually take part in Heritage Open Days (HOD).

Churches in the Diocese who have previously taken part in HOD

  • Astbury, St Mary
  • Aston, Runcorn, St Peter
  • Backford, St Oswald
  • Bebington, St Andrew
  • Birkenhead Priory
  • Birkenhead, Christ Church
  • Bromborough, St Barnabus
  • Congleton, St Peter
  • Chester, St John the Baptist
  • Chester, St Oswald
  • Chester, St Peter
  • Chester, Newtown, Christ Church
  • Daresbury, All Saints
  • Dodleston, St Mary
  • Edgeley, St Matthew
  • Hargrave, St Peter
  • Hyde, St George
  • Frodsham, St Lawrence
  • Farndon Parish Church
  • Farnworth, St Luke
  • Little Leigh, St Michael and All Angels
  • Macclesfield, Christ Church
  • Macclesfield, St Michael and All Angels
  • Malpas (Shocklash), St Ediths
  • Mottram, St Michael and All Angels
  • Northwich, St Helen
  • Neston, St Mary and St Helen
  • Neston, Parkgate, St Thomas
  • New Brighton, St James
  • Newton in Flowery Field, St Mary
  • Plemstall, St Peter
  • Shotlach, St Edith
  • Shotwick, St Michael
  • Stalybridge, Holy Trinty
  • Stockton Heath, St Thomas
  • Stockport, St Thomas
  • Stockport, St George
  • Timperley, Christ Church
  • Tarvin, St Andrew
  • Walton, St John the Evangelist
  • Weaverham, St Mary
  • West Kirby, St Bridget
  • Wrenbury, St Margaret

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