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Every first Sunday of the month, we have a

'Family Songs of Praise with Breakfast' Service.

The breakfast starts in the Community Room at 9:45am, then at 10:30am we have our "Family Songs of Praise" service in church. After the service, brunch will continue, to accommodate those who may not have made it before the service.

Younger members of the family are welcome to join in with the Sunday School story and craft activities

during the Service.



All are welcome even if you have never been in church;

let this be your first time to come and fellowship with us.

"Come, all you who are thirsty, come to the waters; and you who have no money,
come, buy and eat! Come, buy wine and milk without money and without cost".
(Isaiah 55:1)

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On the first Friday of every month St Alban’s hosts Food & Friends between 12-2 pm. This is a free event (donations welcome) and is open to all. Previously called the Soup and Pudding Club, fantastic food is still served, but with an even more warm and welcoming atmosphere, and is all about finding a warm place to chat and socialise together and enjoy some home cooked food.

An enormous thank you to the volunteers who are making this happen and especially to Kate Bosley who is the organiser of this event. The amazing Sue Orme has helped make the room look even more welcoming by making pretty tablecloths to welcome everyone.

At a recent gathering 24 people enjoyed themselves as guests at St Alban’s, but there are places still available for you and your friends.

If you would like to know more about joining in or volunteering to help, please contact the churchwarden  

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WCRu3a is a small, friendly group formed in April 2010 serving the villages in rural West Cheshire such as Burwardsley, Christleton, Farndon, Huxley, Huntington, Malpas, Tarvin, Tattenhall, and Waverton amongst others.

We are a group of individuals of varied backgrounds and interests, who are no longer in full-time employment. This means we have some leisure time that we wish to enjoy in the company of others, pursuing hobbies or interests or engaging in activities that are quite new to us.

We would love you to join us!

Pageturners is one of two Reading Groups for members of West Cheshire Rural u3a. For anyone interested in knowing more about our u3a, we have a website at:, where people can find out about all we do and how to become a member. Non-members are welcome to drop in and see what u3a offers.

Pageturners meets on the third Friday of every month at 11:00am in the Community Room at St Alban's. 

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Coffee and Chat

Have a break -
Have a chit-chat

Every Wednesday, following the Communion Service,
10:45am - 11:30am in the Community Room, we get together for a coffee and a chat. Any subject under the sun and a chance to meet with friends (and friends to be)!

Meditation in the Church
Every Tuesday 6:15pm - 7.00pm


Come and join us for 30 minutes without words in the tranquil surroundings of our Church.

Feel free to bring along any downloaded meditations/aids on devices with headphones.
Warm clothing is advised as the nights draw in!

Donations for the upkeep of the church are always welcome!

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Loss Café at St Alban's

Are you struggling with grief caused by the loss of a loved one or pet?


Have you lost your way in today's world?

At 10:00am, on the last Friday of the month, as part of our pastoral responsibility in the Tattenhall community, we have a "Loss Café" in the Community Room, which is similar to what was known as ‘Forget-Me-Not'.

Come along to the Loss Café where you can enjoy a cup of tea and cake in a non-religious, friendly environment whilst talking, listening or sharing your journey with like-minded people.

See "Can we help you?/Loss Café" tab in the menu for more information

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