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What we do

At Christ Church we seek to Know Christ and Make Christ Known. This has been our mission statement since our foundation in October 2002, and continues to be at the heart of all we do.

We talk about seeking to grow in three ways:

  • to grow deeper in our knowledge of Christ
  • to grow wider in reaching more people for Christ
  • to grow higher in pursuing Christ-like character together

We also reflect on what it means to live as a follower of Jesus Christ – and to help us to think about that, we talk about becoming MATURE:

  • Meeting God Daily
  • Attending Church Weekly
  • Taking the Small Group Challenge
  • Using God-given gifts and resources
  • Reaching out in Love
  • Evangelistically Active

Sunday Services

Our principal source for knowing Christ is hearing his word preached every Sunday.

We have two services at Christ Church. Both services are attended by people between the ages of 0 and 80+, and are friendly and welcoming.

Children and Youth

At Christ Church we seek to nurture our children and young people in the faith, so that they will grow up as part of God’s covenant family, to know Jesus Christ as saviour and Lord. We recognise that this is the primary responsibility of parents, but as a church we seek to do all we can to support them in this.

During the Sunday morning service, we run these groups:

  • Crèche for pre-school children
  • Sunday school for Reception to school year 2
  • Sunday school for those in school years 3–6
  • Sunday school for those in school years 7–9, called Mind the Gap

During the Sunday afternoon service, we run these groups:

  • Crèche for pre-school children
  • Sunday school for Reception to school year 2
  • Sunday school for those in school years 3–6

Outside of the regular church services, we also run these groups:

  • On Track for school years 1–6, which meets most Fridays at 6.15–7.15pm during term time
  • Mind the Gap for school years 7–9, which meets on Thursdays at 6.30–8pm during term time
  • The Junction for school years 10–13, which meets on Sundays at 6.30–8pm during term time

Small groups

We encourage everyone who considers themselves to be a member of Christ Church to be in a small group. We recognise the value of meeting together in a small group to enable bible study, prayer and encouragement.

We know this is not possible for everybody, so we also organise a programme of one-to-one bible studies to help one another grow in faith and discipleship.

We have Wednesday and Thursday evening homegroups, a Wednesday morning small group for women (Connect), a daytime home group that meets on a Thursday, and an occasional Men's Breakfast.

For more information about these groups contact the church office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Every two months we meet all together at Wednesday@8 to pray for the work of the church.

Evangelism

At Christ Church we seek to be evangelistically active.

We seek to ensure that all church services are welcoming, and that God’s word is clearly preached. We also run a number of special services during the year.

We also run various evangelistic events during the year.

Accessibility

All are welcome at Christ Church. We have large-print bibles and service sheets, wheelchair access and disabled toilets. Baby changing facilities are also available.

Contact Details

Email: office@christchurchgreenbank.org 


Phone: 01606 77277


Address: Greenbank Station House, Chester Road, Northwich CW8 4AG

Safeguarding

At Christ Church Greenbank we take our duties and obligations to protect all, young and adults, very seriously. Our safeguarding procedures are in-line with Chester Diocesan guidelines.

For more information please click this link to download our safeguarding policy and find contact details.