Limited re-opening notice:
Brook Chapel is now open for private, individual prayer each Monday from 1.00pm until 3.00pm.
Hand gel/sanitizer will be available on entering and leaving the Chapel
A one way system will be in operation for entry and exit from the main room.
A limited number of seats are available.
All visitors are reminded to follow the latest Government guidelines on social distancing.
We are a Christian Church in Runcorn and Whether you are a visitor or member we trust that you will experience the love of God and know His presence.
For more information, and if you wish to contact us, you’ll find details on the ‘Contact Us’ page.
2 days ago
**SUNDAY 12th JULY 10:30am WE ARE OPEN**
Our first service post lockdown is taking place. One way system in place, socially distanced seating, hand sanitiser and masks available. This will be short service approximately 45 minutes.
Let us know if you are coming so we can accommodate all.
If you are in the vulnerable group you should stay home.
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2 weeks ago
BROOK IS REOPENING EACH MONDAY 1-3pm
Following Government Guidance the Chapel will be open as a drop in for private/ individual prayer.
Please note a one way system will be in place, hand sanitiser and limited social distanced seats are available.
PLEASE FOLLOW GUIDELINES. THIS IS NOT A LED SERVICE.
VULNERABLE GROUPS SHOULD STAY SAFE AND STAY HOME. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
We are so excited to announce a week of 24/7 prayer for the Liverpool City Region. At this critical time for our region and nation, what could be more important than prayer. We will be lining ourselves up with the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Thy Kingdom Come global prayer movement, and building up to Pentecost Sunday. The dates of the week are 25-31st May.
We believe that prayer makes the difference. We know that our united prayers across churches, and across the region will be more powerful than us praying by ourselves. Even though we can’t physically meet, just knowing there are hundreds of others praying similar prayer through the week will lift faith, and create breakthrough. We believe that God’s heart for our city region is for thousands to come to faith, and for a gospel transformation of our communities, towns, and city. We are the good news wherever we live, learn, work and play. Let’s pray it into being!
www.tfh.org.uk/lightupprayer/ ... See MoreSee Less
NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER
The Arch Bishop has asked that we might all join together in prayer for our nation and our world.
At 7pm people are asked to light a candle, put in their window, and unite in prayer for protection and end of this virus.
I believe in our God who can do all things🕯 ... See MoreSee Less
We are sorry to announce that all Services are cancelled until further notice due to the corona virus. Food bank only will continue.
All members will receive a weekly phone call, so everyone can be supported through this difficult time.
WhatsApp prayer chain will continue as usual, members who are not part of this group will be contacted by phone so they can participate in united prayer. ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight’s prayer meeting is cancelled.
We will update regarding all future Sunday services as the government directs us. Please take care and be blessed. ... See MoreSee Less
Frank Wilding is speaking tomorrow @ 10:30am on "God's DNA for a Small Church!" (John 3:1-15). All welcome 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Frank Wilding is speaking this evening at our 6:30pm service! All welcome to join us for fellowship and worship tonight. ⛪✝♥️🕊️ ... See MoreSee Less
Anne McPoland is speaking @ 10:30am this morning on "Flourishing in a Small Church" (Psalm 92:12-15 & Jeremiah 17:7-8) - all welcome! 😊⛪ ... See MoreSee Less
Frank Wilding is speaking on "Unity in a Small Church" tomorrow @ 10:30am (Acts 2:42-47 & Romans 15:5-6). All welcome! 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Join us tomorrow for Steve Griffiths speaking on "Quality Time in a Small Church." All welcome for quality teaching, worship and fellowship. 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow, Brook welcomes John Cavanagh to speak on "Quality People in a Small Church" (Matthew 5:13-16 & 1 Thessalonians 1:1-3). You will receive a warm welcome here. 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow, Dave Bennett is speaking on: "Heavenly Resources for a Small Church" (Ephesians 1:15-22) - all welcome to join us @ 10:30am! 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Andrew Rudd is speaking tomorrow @ 10:30am on: Dealing with discouragement
in a small church. (Romans.15 v.5-13). All welcome to hear the encouragement that our God offers! ... See MoreSee Less
Jeremy Illidge is leading our Pit Stop tonight @ 7:30pm - the perfect place to learn more about God and his Bible and to ask questions about Jesus. Mature Christian or just looking - all welcome! ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight is the monthly Churches Together Prayer Meeting at St Andrews on The Grange at 6:30pm - all welcome to join us as we pray for our town! ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow, Frank Wilding will be speaking on "Our Identity as a Small Church"(Phil.2 v1-11). All welcome! 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
It is our Prayer Meeting tonight at 7:30pm. All welcome to join us as we pray for people in our town and our world - or let us know if you would like prayer too. 🙏 ... See MoreSee Less
Andrew Rudd is our guest speaker tonight @ 6:30pm - all welcome to worship God with us - and to enjoy some good teaching and friendly conversation 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Frank Wilding is speaking tomorrow on "Resilient People in a Small Church" (Hebrews 12:1-6). Come and be encouraged in your walk with God this weekend - or take an opportunity to find out more about Jesus and everyday faith. All welcome. ⛪✝❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
June Cavanagh is our evening speaker this evening @ 6:30pm! All welcome to join us for some fellowship and worship 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Anne McPoland is preaching tomorrow @ 10:30am on "Letter from Jesus to a Small Church." (Revelation 3:7-13). All welcome! 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Steve Griffiths is our speaker this evening @ 6:30pm - all welcome to listen and to worship God with us 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Frank Wilding is leading tomorrow's first sermon of 2020, on the subject of "The Choice facing a Small Church" (Philippians 1:1-11). No children's group tomorrow - as our new Focus is being introduced, but Footsteps will be back next Sunday morning. 😊 ... See MoreSee Less