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  • WELCOME!

     

    We are the parish church for Blacon in Chester, part of the Church of England Diocese of Chester

    Please follow the links above to find out more about us.  Or if you cannot find what you want, please do contact us.


     


     

      Donate to support the work of this church.
       
    Rector:  Rev Tina Upton     Telephone:  01244 372721

    Address:  Holy Trinity Church, Norris Road, Blacon, Chester, CH1 5DZ
    For details of how to find us, follow this link:  map

     

     

    Parish Administrator:     Linda Tudor

    Parish Office Opening hours:
    Monday: 9.00 am – 12.30 pm; 1.30 pm – 5.30 pm
    Tuesday, Wednesday, 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Thursday, 2.00 pm – 5.30 pm
    Friday, 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

    Office Tel No: 01244 376085 (if there is no answer please leave a message)

     

    Holy Trinity (wtw) Church takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England's robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at www.churchofengland.org/safeguarding.

    If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues of a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at www.chester.anglican.org/social-responsibility/safeguarding

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  • Latest Articles

    Friday Community Lunches
    Starts on 17th May 2019 12.00 pm at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Norris Road, Blacon, CH1 5DZ £4.00 adult/£1.00 child If you are interested in volunteering to help out - view this page.

    Playtots Cafe
    Thursdays 11.45 am - 1.30 pm at Holy Trinity Church, Norris Road, Blacon (term time only)


    Receiving what we do not deserve (March 2019)
    When my children were little, we had a rewards chart for them pinned to the door of the freezer.  The idea was, every time they did something good (like helping to clear the dinner table, or tidying their toys away) they ‘earned’ a smiley face sticker.  Five stickers meant a little reward, and ten stickers meant a big reward.   Children quickly get to realise that the more good things they do, the quicker they get to ‘earn’ their prize.  Because they are rewarded in proportion to what they deserve... read more.

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