What do you think of our new sign and joint church logo?
This year we saw children from Messy Church (and adults from our congregation) presenting a fantastic Nativity play. The children rehearsed hard and the results showed, we can’t wait for Easter and another play!!
Countdown to this year’s Christingle Christingle is a celebratory event which takes place in thousands of churches and schools across the country. Although each church and school celebrates Christingle in its own way, the spirit of Christingle remains the same:
Our Messy Church is One Year Old!! We are happy to be celebrating one year of Messy Church at the Resurrection. We have seen over 250 people through the doors! We have made memory buckets, windmills, mother’s day, father’s day
We had a wonderful time today as Bishop Richard confirmed Year 6 children from all 4 of our Team Churches in Warrington East. Pictured below are our Cinnamon Brow Year 6’s with Bishop Richard and Rev Tracey. If you’ve
Back in February this year, a bunch of us were lucky enough to travel up to the Tabor Carmelite Retreat centre in Preston, for a peaceful day exploring Mary and Martha, and today Sandra and Donna from the centre came
Saturday 6th May 2017 saw an exhibition of Churches Together in Warrington East held at Church of the Resurrection. (Churches Together aim to help each other in their shared journey towards full visible unity in Christ.) Have a look at the
Today we were absolutely delighted to witness the wedding of one of our Readers, Diana Bennett to Graham Friend. The wedding was held at our church and the celebrant was our own Rev Tracey. Love to you both from all
In addition to Ofsted inspections, our school is also inspected to determine it’s distinctiveness and effectiveness as Church school. We are delighted that the recent inspection rated Cinnamon Brow CE Primary as outstanding in all areas. These are just a
Special thanks to Eirlys from Christian Aid who came to talk to us about climate change during our family service on Jan 29th. As you can see from the photos below Snow White also came along, and agreed to walk
Christmas Eve saw Rev Tracey’s first Christingle at Church of the Resurrection, here are a few pics of everyone gathering for the service… During the service Rev Tracey explained the meaning behind the Christingle.
The Christingles are made, the Carols are cued and ready, all we need now is for you to join us. 6.30pm in Church tonight! Have a look at how to make a Christingle
Countdown to Christingle! Christingle is a celebratory event which takes place in thousands of churches and schools across the country. Although each church and school celebrates Christingle in its own way, the spirit of Christingle remains the same: coming
One of our favourite things about getting closer to Christmas day, is having the Cinnamon Brow children come to church for their Christmas services. Their singing did not disappoint, neither did their telling of the Christmas story. The children sang beautifully –
We had a wonderful 2016 Christmas Carol service. It was great to see so many people in church. Many thanks to all who took part, from our brilliant school and joint choirs, organist and readers to those who provided refreshments
Friday 29th July saw our first picnic in the park – well except the rain saw us move to the church hall. Everyone had a great time as you can see from these pics!
Two children from Cinnamon Brow Church of England Primary School decided to raise some money for Theo Clennon, a little boy who needs life saving proton beam treatment for a brain tumour. He can only get this treatment in the
The rain did not put off our intrepid worm charmers, take a look at the pictures below! Save Save
A new group of Slimming World starts at 7pm tonight in our church hall.
Starts at 11.00 am on Saturday 9th July at Church. Lots of stalls including Photo booth Cakes & sandwiches Tombola Bouncy castle (weather permitting) Crockery smash Splat the rat. Also children’s fancy dress competition. Worm charming Worm Charming will be
Pentecost – the celebration of the descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles – has been marked in Liverpool for 34 years with a ‘Two Cathedrals Walk” which sees thousands of people process between the two cathedrals on
Children in Years 3 and 4 of Cinnamon Brow Church of England Primary School were asked to draw a picture of what they think God looks like. The results are wonderful!
Today Key Stage 1 from Cinnamon Brow Church of England Primary School came to church for their Easter service. Even the donkey was here! Revd Tracey talked about preparing the way for Jesus and gave a palm cross to all
14-18 March saw Bible week at Cinnamon Brow Church of England Primary School. Guests from other Christian churches visited the school, and members of our Church read Bible stories to the children. Revd Tracey said, “It was such a
Our new Team Vicar for the Church of the Resurrection, Rev Tracey McLoughlin, pictured with the Rt. Revd. Richard Blackburn, Bishop of Warrington at her Licensing Service. Please remember Tracey in your prayers as she begins her Ministry. We welcome
We had a wonderful Christingle service, here are just a couple of photos. Christingle is a celebratory event which takes place in thousands of churches and schools across the country Although each church and school celebrates Christingle in its
Church of the Resurrection held it’s Christmas fayre on Saturday 16th November at Cinnamon Brow Church of England Primary School.