God's Big Picture - Bible Overview
New! The 'God's Big Picture' Bible overview course traces the story of the whole Bible from Genesis to Revelation to see how it all fits together, telling of God's wonderful plan to save the world through Jesus Christ.
The course is based on the book written by Vaughan Roberts. There are 9 sessions, which each consist of a 10 minute video, followed by study of the Bible and some time for discussion.
The first session will be on Thursday 28th September, at 8pm, in the Church Centre. For more details, please talk to Mike or contact the office.
Church Weekend 2018
We have booked Friday 7th September to Sunday 9th September 2018 for our next church family weekend away, at Quinta Hall in Oswestry. Please put the date in your diary now.
More information, including how to book, will be available soon, but for a sneak preview of where we will be staying, click on this link. There's a variety of accomodation that should suit everyone.
Christianity Explored is an informal 7-week course for anyone who would like to investigate Christianity, see what the Bible really says or ask any questions that they have.
Our next Christianity Explored course starts on Tuesday 3rd October at 8pm in St John's Church Centre.
Looking at Mark's gospel, the course explores who Jesus is, why he came, and what it means to follow him.
To watch a video trailer, please click to go to the Learning More section of this site.
Hartford's Victorian Christmas
Hartford's Victorian Christmas fair is on Saturday 2nd December from 10am to 2.30pm.
It's a great time for the community to get together, and this year there'll be a variety of craft and other stalls in St John's Church, St John's Church Centre and outside the Chester Road shops.
Details will be published nearer the time, but please save the date and check the Facebook page for the Victorian Christmas.
There'll be carol singing by local choirs, activities for young & old, plus refreshments available in and outside the Church Centre and at other locations around the village.
Artwork by kind permission of Patricia Kelsall.