Welcome to St Margaret’s Church, Garden Village Chester Road, Wrexham LL11 2SH

 

 St Margaret’s Church exists to make known the ‘gospel’ or ‘Good News’ of Jesus ChrDSCF2605ist across Garden Village, Acton and Wrexham alongside Bethel Presbyterian Church in Kenyon Avenue.
This happens in two ways:
  • We seek to show practical love and support to all who need it through prayer, friendship and activities such as the Lunch Club.
  • To demonstrate that knowing Jesus for yourself can transform your life now and forever.

St Margaret’s Church was built as part of the Garden Village development in Wrexham and first opened it’s doors in 1928. Today, the focal point is the Sunday 9.30am worship time with Sunday Club for younger members in the Hall. Services follow a traditional Anglican pattern in a relaxed and friendly manner with the singing led by a robed Choir.

There are a number of other opportunities for worship, study and prayer through the week together with a range of social activities.  The well appointed adjoining hall is a popular community venue.

Every Sunday:

8.15am: Holy Communion said with sermon

9.30am: Worship with choral music & sermon.

18th February: Morning Worship with Sunday Club in the Hall.

25th February: Holy Communion with Sunday Club in the Hall

4th March: Holy Communion with Sunday Club in the Hall

11th March: Mothering Sunday. ALL AGE WORSHIP

18th March: Morning Worship with Sunday Club in the Hall

25th March: Palm Sunday: Holy Communion with Sunday Club in the Hall

1st April: EASTER DAY: ALL AGE WORSHIP with Holy Communion

ASH WEDNESDAY: 14th February: 

Holy Communion with Ashes at 11.00am & 7.30pm

DURING LENT: 

Compline & Meditations Sundays @ 4.00pm in Church

‘Nothing More & Nothing Less’ based on the film ‘I Daniel Blake’

Wednesdays at 7.30pm beginning Wednesday 21st February at Bethel Church, Kenyon Ave, Garden Village LL11 2SP


Nothing More and Nothing Less is an original Lent course by Virginia Moffatt, which uses the powerful, multi-award-winning film, I Daniel Blake, directed by Ken Loach and written by Paul Laverty, as an opportunity for us to question why so many people in our society are suffering, what causes injustice and oppression – looking at examples from Jesus’ time as well as today – and what we can do in response. The course is based around five weekly group sessions entitled: Systems of Oppression; Staying Human; Compassion in the Darkness; Fighting Back or Giving In? The Suffering Servant. Further details from Jonathan Smith tel: 01978 350797