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WELCOME TO St CATHERINE'S, BIRTLES ...

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SERVICES IN MAY


The rules in church are:
• Please observe 2 metre distancing at all times and use hand sanitiser. 
• Some pews are out of use to maintain social distancing.
• Tea and coffee are not currently served, but you may bring a flask of coffee.
• The lavatory is available for use.


  Sunday 2Nd - 11:15 am

family service


SUNDAY 9TH - 11:15AM

hOLY cOMMUNION (bcp)


sUNdAY 16TH - 11:15AM

short mattins followed by St Catherine's

annual PAROCHIAL CHURCH meeting


sunday 23rd - 11:15AM

hOLY cOMMUNION (bcp)


sunday 30th - 11:15AM   hOLY cOMMUNION (bcp)



          PLEASE USE THE LINKS TO THE LEFT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT US

The parish is in the Benefice of St Mary Alderley  and St Catherine Birtles and is located in the beautiful countryside of east Cheshire and despite a small resident population, the church has a good attendance which has shown signs of growth in recent years.

Services are along traditional lines but not too formal and we hope that visitors find us friendly   and welcoming – and we all like a good sing!
Tea, coffee and soft drinks are served in church after the main services.

SAFEGUARDING

St Catherine’s Church, Birtles takes its duty and obligations to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at www.churchofengland.org/safeguarding

If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues of a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at www.chester.anglican.org/social-responsibility/safeguarding


The Bishop calls

                                     Anniversary Service

Anniversary Service with the Bishop of Stockport

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Contact

Birtles Lane 

Macclesfield 

Cheshire 

SK10 4RX