Welcome to St Bert’s Church, Norton Parish
FOODBANKThe Runcorn and District and the Widnes foodbanks are still providing food and other things to those in need currently but donations to them may be lessened by people isolating and/or panic buying in the shops meaning that stocks there are low. As an alternative could you please consider giving a money donation which they can use to purchase supplies. You can send a cheque for a one off donation or you can go onto their websites and raise a standing order to give regularly (don’t forget to fill in the gift aid form too if appropriate) or, if you are allowed out at the moment, if you are passing their offices, you could make a cash donation, in an envelope marked Foodbank.Runcorn and District – cheques to be made to Runcorn and District Foodbank. Cash and/or cheques, in an envelope, to be given to Runcorn and District Foodbank, c/o Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Fernhurst, Halton Brook, Runcorn. WA7 2NJ. You can post cheques to there too. Website address for making regular or other donations is runcorndistrict.foodbank.org.uk click on give help then click on donate money.
Thank you very much – please help in this way if you can.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATEDear all,Given the current situation regarding the Coronavirus and the advice from the Government and Public Health, we have decided to close the church and suspend services and activities (with the exception of Foodbank) until further notice.As a church we wish to continue supporting and caring for people as best we can under the circumstances so, if there is anything you need or there is any way you feel we might be able to help at this time please contact:The Administrator Paul OtterTel.: 01928 751151Email: email@example.comThe Vicar: Rev’d Steve TorrTel.: 01928 716523Mob.: 07432868759Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease take care of yourselves and one another and be assured of our prayers and God’s loving presence with you at this time.Prayers and Blessings,Steve.
We are a lively and friendly Church, serving the homes and businesses of Windmill Hill, Norton and Murdishaw, which together comprise Norton Parish.
If you look at the next few pages you will find out more about us -where to find us and how to contact us, as well as information about our services and activities. You will also see our vision for being here, and our mission statement along with other news.
We are actively involved in our local community, and work closely with the other churches of Runcorn.
Together we want to help all ages find in the love of Jesus Christ, fullness of life and joy, help for the present (whatever that may be) and a sure hope for the future right into eternity.
We are committed to Safeguarding Children, Young People, Victims/perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and Vulnerable Adults.
St Bert’s 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
Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Rev Dr Steve Torr, who may be contacted at church, by phone at 01928 716523 or 07432868759 or by email email@example.com.