Welcome to our resources page. We hope all the information and links to other sites will be of help but please note we cannot take responsibility for any information other sites give or any actions taken from following the links to them.
All Age Connections Activities
Our current All Age Connections series centres around the theme of Messages with an activity suitable for our younger ones to do alongside it. Please click here to access the activity linked to the 4th October Service.
Whilst the links suggested below take you to a specific web page once on the website why not take a look around the whole website? Usually there are multiple resources available within each website.
Always wanted to read the Bible in a year but never quite got around to it? Why not use this resource to develop a new habit? The Bible Society has a daily reflection and a suggested reading schedule to help you accomplish this, which can be found by clicking here You can also find past reflections in the series on this page too
CWR have made some of their resources available for free download. This is a mix of adult study material, a children’s story and simple puzzles and some teaching resources for use by adults/parents with their young ones. All this material can be found by clicking here
Online bookshop Eden are still open for business with free delivery on orders over £10 (*as at 3rd September).Their online Coronavirus page has a daily video with a Bible reading and short commentary. You can access it by clicking here
UCB (United Christian Broadcasters) also have a daily verse and commentary which can also be read or listened to. To access it click here
Radio & TV
UCB Radio can be listened to by clicking here
Premier Radio is another radio channel designed to broadcast encouraging Christian material. Their website can be found by clicking here and is also available on Freeview 725
If you have Sky TV there are a range of Christian Channels in the 580 range
Christian News & Blogs
SFC is a member of the Evangelical Alliance who produce many thought provoking articles on a wide range of topics which can be found by clicking here
Canon J John a well known and excellent speaker at also has his own website and blog, filled with interesting and challenging articles which can be viewed here
Hoole Baptist Church in Chester have put together a combination of wise advice and an excellent range of educational resources for home schooling in particular on their website. They have given us permission to link to it and will be updating it as and when it’s appropriate to do so. You can be view their content by clicking here
Local Christian organisation The Family Trust who usually visit schools and take assemblies and RE lessons, have also produced a page of resources and ideas for families to use. Their website can be accessed here
If you are finding life a struggle or are feeling suicidal please know this that we are made by God, and He deeply loves you. If you feel like you are worthless, if you feel unlovable, if you feel broken. There is a mechanic (the one who designed and made you the unique individual you are) who can and will fix you, because you are never beyond repair. God is willing. He has not, and will not give up on you but often he uses others to help you. So, if you are struggling no matter the reason, please reach out to someone that you trust! You aren’t in this alone. If for whatever reason you feel unable to talk to someone you know and trust then details of how to contact the following national organisations are given below. If you would prefer to go via their website click on the names to be connected directly:
The Samaritans – 116 123 Available 24/7 Calls are free to this number or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Calm – 0800 585858 Specifically aimed at men who are feeling suicidal. Calm offer a free and confidential helpline and webchat – 7 hours a day (from 5pm to midnight), 7 days a week for anyone who needs to talk about life’s problems
Premier Lifeline – 0300 111 0101 A confidential Christian telephone helpline open 15 hours a day from 9am to midnight. Their phone number is a non-geographical number charged at the standard landline rate and is included in call packages which include calls to landlines.
If you are experiencing Domestic abuse there are a number of organisations available to help you. The Citizen’s Advice Bureau have created some helpful information and links on their page detailed below or you can click here to be redirected to it now:
If you would like to try out any of the recipes used in our recent “Scrumptious Faith Filled Feast” series then please click on the relevant photo for more information