Author: Pete Wildman

Locked down – but wide open!

Our buildings are closed – but our churches certainly aren’t! Wherever you look on the Wirral, you will find congregations connecting with one another and reachjihng out to their communities. Supplying food to those...

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Shared Reading during Lockdown

I have never been into poetry in my 62 years of living. I arrogantly always felt it to be quite la-di-da and a bit too ‘up in the clouds’ for me… All that changed when Sue and I set up a Shared Reading group in our church last...

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Trinity Ellesmere Port: serving the community

“Life is a pilgrimage of learning, a voyage of discovery, in which our mistaken views are corrected, our distorted notions adjusted, our shallow opinions deepened and some of our vast ignorances diminished.” John RW Stott...

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Music and a Welcome at West Kirby

Every Friday we hold a ‘Places of Welcome’ coffee morning in our building. As part of this we have Techy Coffee every first Friday, where people can bring their mobiles and appliances and get free Age UK Wirral help. A group of...

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News from St. Luke’s, Hoylake

The church continues to be busy with the premises used weekly by the community for FUSS, Pilates, Zumba, Weightwatchers, Slimming World, AA, West Wirral Music Society, Badminton, children’s parties, musical concerts. In...

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