Covid 19

Sunday Services

Holy Communion

There will be no Holy Communion Wednesday Service during the November lockdown

On the first Sunday on each month there is a 6.30pm Holy Communion service.   Due to Covid restrictions, you will need to book attendance to ensure that we are able to be socially distanced.   Please click on the dates below to book.

Sunday 6th December

Both of our Sunday services are ‘broadcast’ on YouTube and Facebook . We know that for many worshipping at the same time as others in our family will help build that sense of being together.

9.15am Words for the liturgy will be on the screen. We will be sharing the peace by sending text messages, so have your mobile phone to hand!
11am One of the many good things that will come out of this season will be families growing in worshipping, praying and talking about Jesus together.

Accessing the services
Facebook - Log into St Chads Romiley Facebook page.  If you don’t already follow this page, then you can sign up to do so, by clicking ‘Like this page’

YouTube – we have a St. Chad’s Romiley YouTube channel. – You can access that here 

Walks From Romiley Station

Why not take a walk from Romiley and enjoy God's creation around us.

You will find seven walks, all starting and finishing at Romiley Station.  These range from 2 to 10 miles.

Thank you to John Simpson for putting this together.

Click Romiley Walks


Richard' Blog

Click here to read Richard's latest blog.

Reflections on Scripture

At the moment we are in a transition phase coming to terms with normal life ending abruptly and preparing for extended social distancing. For many life is busy right now, but soon we may have more time on our hands.  How can you get to know God better with that time.

Why not spend some of your time with daily reflections on scripture.  Click here

Pastoral Care

Katie and our Pastoral care team have been working hard to put plans in place to offer the very best we can in care and support.  We particularly care about the elderly and housebound, including our Oasis guests.  First of all, please find ways to support your neighbours.  Secondly email both to ask for or offer support.  We want to make connections this way.  Along with the LifeCentre we are reaching out to community groups to find how we can partner with them to link those offering help with those in greatest need.