St Marys PCC Eccleston

St Marys PCC Eccleston

Charity information

St Marys PCC Eccleston

We are the Church of England family in Eccleston. Our worship is modern and uses the rich traditions of our faith in our Grade 2 listed church.. We are at the centre of the community.

Founded 2005

  • Mission statement

    The worshipping congregation at St Mary’s is committed to serving God in this place and, in part, this happens through the events we hold and a genuine desire to invite others in to the blessings we, ourselves, are receiving. The worshipping congregation also connects with many groups and organisations in the wider community, and gives both emotional and practical support to individuals in need.

    We need to rewire the church to maintain electrical safety and security and wil be introducing new energy efficient LED lighting which will provide a felixble environment so the building can be used by a number of community groups in addition to enhancing our regular worship. The new lighting will be environmental firendly whilst at the same time will be easier to maintain.

  • Aims

    St Marys PCC Eccleston aims to:

    • To provide and maintain a Christian presence in the village of Eccleston through high quality worship in attractive and comfortable surroundings
    • To provide a community resource that is of benefit to the whole population in modern, well equipped building that is a centre of excellence
    • To provide a safe building that meets the minimum standards of current legislation whilst preserving the historical character of teh building
    • To ensure the rewiring and lighting project is delivered whilst continuing to operate as an open builiding for the benefit of the community.
  • Overview

    Established: January 2005

    Board members: 15

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 4

    Volunteers: 120

    Phone number: 01257452777

    Address: The Rectory 30 Lawrence Lane Eccleston Chorley Lancashire PR7 5SJ

  • Rewiring and Lighting Scheme

    We wish to rewire and relight our church. The electrical wiring is over 50 years old and ... More