A study of the many spectacular events that can take place above us in the night sky. On Friday 3rd December at 7pm Rodger King a member of the local Astronomical Society and a lifelong fan and photographer of the night sky will present an illustrated and interactive presentation at Tarporley Chapel. Conditions permitting, the evening will end with an outdoor session.
“I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?” ~ Jesus Christ – John 11:25,26
Pulse Ministries are offering an online holiday club. Easter Explored is going LIVE on our YouTube channel 1st-3rd April with 2 sessions per day, Thursday-Saturday. You can find our YouTube channel here: https://bit.ly/PulseMinistriesYouTube
Pulse Youth Ministry are We are doing an online, alternative Halloween Light Party and would love you to get involved. You may have watched their Online Holiday Club, Orbiters Online, which they did in the summer. Following its great success, they have decided to appear on your screens once more! The Light Party will go live on YouTube 31st October at 5pm (https://www.youtube.com/pulseyouthministry) where it will remain for people to watch any time after. In Pulse fashion, there will be lots of fun, games, mess, songs, worship, prayer and of course, learning more about Jesus - the Light of the World. https://www.youtube.com/user/pulseyouthministry
Over the coming months we will go back to our Sunday services appearing online at 10:45am each Sunday morning. Once a month we will meet in chapel for a quieter service. Please watch next week's service for further details.
Update 30th May 2021 We are now meeting back in church every week at 10:45, social distancing and other precautions are being taken. You can book to attend chapel online or we do have spare seats set aside if you just want to turn up on Sunday morning. Coronavirus Update [see update above] The leadership has spent some time discussing how we could continue to "worship" together and in light of the government’s recommendations, unfortunatley we will not be physically gathering in church on Sundays until further notice, but we will be doing our church services online. We will still worship together on Sundays; the only difference is that we will all be in our homes and online, together in spirit. We plan to hold a virtual Sunday service at 10.45am for approximately half an hour. The service will be recorded…
The chapel Ceilidh on Friday night (31st Jan) was a huge success raising over £1223 for the chapel roof. Thanks to everyone who helped out and to Ann and Declan for organising the event. Lots of fun!