Parish of CHELL & CHELL HEATH
Staffordshire
ST6 6JT

Contact Rev Stephen Pratt
Tel: 01782 838708
Email

Services:
St Michael's
Every Sunday:
Morning Worship 11 am 

Evening Worship 6:30pm

Every Thursday:
Holy Communion 10am

Church of the Saviour
Every Sunday:

Morning Worship 9:30am

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Oak Hill Theological College
From the website:
'Oak Hill aims to provide the best possible training for gospel ministry. We want you to increase your knowledge of God and his Word, and develop your ability to share that knowledge with people around you. At the same time, we want you to mature as a Christian and show Christ to others in all that you say and do.'
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Daily Bible Study - kindly provided by the Bible Society

We use this Daily Bible Study. It is an excellent all-rounder. Please ...... CLICK ..... to see a new  Bible Study every day. Don't forget you have a major faith resources section on this site. You can use it to find materials or to contact churches in Chell & Chell Heath or around Stoke-on-Trent. You can find church services on holiday by changing the site postcode.

Church News Feed

Living in Love and Faith – publication update

The Church of England’s Living in Love and Faith teaching and learning resources, exploring questions of human identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage, will be published on the afternoon of November 9.

Publication of review into Bishop Whitsey

A Betrayal of Trust, the independent report into the Church's handling of the allegations concerning the late Hubert Victor Whitsey, former Bishop of Chester, has been published today.

Major clergy wellbeing study results shared

Key insights from an ongoing Church of England research programme into clergy flourishing are to be distributed to curates across the country as part of an initiative to promote clergy wellbeing, it was announced today.

New resource published to encourage a shift in the Church’s understanding of vocation

Work to encourage lay Christians to see their roles in daily life as a vital part of the ministry of the Church has been given support in a new report published this month by the Church of England.