Church to visit local beauty spot.

Lymm Dam
Lymm Dam showing the historic Parish Church through the trees.
Picnic Site
After morning worship GREENFIELD CHURCH members will picnic at Lymm Dam on Sunday 16th July followed by a 2 mile circumnavigation of the dam itself.
Built in 1824 Tranquil Lymm Dam is one of the most popular visitor attractions in the whole of the borough of Warrington attracting vast numbers of nature lovers each year to revel in its true magnificence and peaceful settings. It truly is an escape. This 17-hectare site which recently won a Green Flag award includes one of the few publicly accessible large water bodies within the area. Situated in the Southeast of Warrington Borough, Lymm Dam is well placed to provide recreational and educational opportunities for both local and regional visitors. Ranger Tim Baker quoted; “Lymm Dam is a place that means many things to many people and sometimes those people can get quite passionate about it”.

Thoughts for July.

Stephen Rev Stephen Smith.
‘Baptist Voice’ the Talking Newspaper for visually handicapped Baptists in the UK is based at Greenfield Church. Our minister, Rev Stephen Smith is the newspaper’s Chaplain. Each month Stephen shares his thoughts and prayers with the listeners.
This is his contribution for July:-

Baptist Voice Chaplain

Stephen1 Rev Stephen Smith.
Rev Stephen Smith our minister, is chaplain to Baptist Voice the talking newspaper for Visually handicapped Baptists in the UK. Each month he shares his thoughts with the listeners. These are his thoughts for November.

Greenfield Church hosts Baptist Voice on behalf of the Baptist Men’s Movement.

Remembrance Service

Rev Stephen Smith, minister at Greenfield Church and the current chairman of Churches Together in Urmston, led the Remembrance Day Service, at the War Memorial in Golden Hill Park today (Friday 11.11.16).
The well attended service heard readings from Psalm 88, Ezekiel 37 and Revelation 22. All the churches in the area were represented; Ministers, Clergy and Laity all took a part.
Stephen1Rev Stephen Smith.

Greenfield to Mark Armistice Day

Greenfield Church will join with Churches Together in Urmston to mark 98th anniversary of the First World War Armistice.
img_0562 Urmston War Memorial.
At 10.45am on the 11th November 2016 the churches will meet at the Golden Hill Park War Memorial for a short Service of Remembrance followed by 2 minutes silence at 11 o’clock, the exact time the armistice came into effect. The service will be led by Rev Stephen Smith, Greenfield’s Minister, and current Chairman of Churches Together in Urmston.
Stephen Rev Stephen Smith.