Due to the coronavirus outbreak, all church services are currently suspended.
Who are we?
A little history......
Previously known as Elworth Mount Pleasant the church was started in a local Wire works in 1861 and the present building built in 1888 with the addition of further buildings throughout its history.
Where are we?
The original Church entrance is on Station Road directly opposite Sandbach Railway station and a new main entrance is on London Road (main Sandbach to Middlewich road) opposite Elworth park
Our regular Sunday services have a more structured style of worship including a combination of traditional and contemporary hymns/worship songs, an exploration of God's Word for today and a monthly celebration of Holy Communion.
We have occasional 'Afternoon tea' services at 4.00pm which are more informal. (for dates please see the church website)
Monday 9.30 — 11.00 Tots' time
2.00 — 3.00 Line dancing
5.30 — 7.15 Brownies
7.30 — 9.00 Guides
Tuesday 9.45 — 11.00 Line dancing
11.30 — 12.15 Core fit
10.00 — 1.30 Light refreshments with lunches from 12.00
5.00 — 6.00 Boys' Brigade — Anchor section
7.00 — 8.30 Boys' Brigade — Company section
Wednesday 7.00pm The second Wed. in the month — coffee & discussion group
7.00pm The last Wednesday in the month — Supper night
Thursday 2.00 — 4.00 Painting for pleasure
Friday 8.00pm Badminton
We are a Fairtrade church and have an Eco-friendly church award
We work together with the Elworth Park Committee and the Elworth Railway Station Committee and are invovled with Cheshire east support groups.
A Remembrance service at War Memorial is organised when we are joined by members of the Anglican church and local community, Boys' Brigade ,Cubs & scouts.
We are involved with Women's World Day of Prayer.
A Church with WOW factor — Worship — Open Doors — Witness.
contact: Jean Ellershaw 01270 765932