St Bartholomew’s & St Anne’s

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Welcome to the Parish of Wilmslow.

Wilmslow parish is made up of two congregations – St Bartholomew’s in the centre of town and St Anne’s in Fulshaw.   Both congregations form part of the same Parish seeking to worship and serve God in the community.

As a parish we aim to provide a broad-cross section of worship and activities that will appeal to a wide range of people – from families with young children to older members of the community. Please see our worship page for a list of our different services.

There are lots of new and exciting projects happening here, including Mustard Seed Cafe, Food Friend and Marriage MOT. Please explore our website to find out more about us and what we do.

Welcome to the Parish of Wilmslow.

Wilmslow parish is made up of two congregations – St Bartholomew’s in the centre of town and St Anne’s in Fulshaw.   Both congregations form part of the same Parish seeking to worship and serve God in the community.

As a parish we aim to provide a broad-cross section of worship and activities that will appeal to a wide range of people – from families with young children to older members of the community. Please see our worship page for a list of our different services.

There are lots of new and exciting projects happening here, including Mustard Seed Cafe, Food Friend and Marriage MOT. Please explore our website to find out more about us and what we do.

Services

Aims and Mission

Jesus said, “I came that they might have life, and have it abundantly” (John 10:10)

As part of the Diocese of Chester in the Church of England, the parish of Wilmslow is committed to the following five aims:

    ▪       To proclaim the good news of God’s kingdom

    ▪       To teach, baptise and nurture new Christian believers

    ▪       To respond to human need by loving service

    ▪       To seek to change unjust structures of society

    ▪       To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and to sustain the life of the earth

This is why we are here as a church. All of this is surrounded and sustained by our worship and prayer.  

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