The Annual Church meeting was held on Sunday 11th October.
Clive Pendrell and Gena Richards were elected as Churchwardens. Details and papers for the meeting are on the PCC Reports page.
Services are now held in church on Sundays at 10 am. The church is open for private prayer each Tuesday and Friday between 2.30 and 4.30 pm, provided a volunteer is available to steward (the calendar will show if it is open). The church remains closed at other times.
The Worship on the Web service can be viewed online from 10 am each Sunday. It will also be shown in church at 10 am for those who wish to join together with others in a service which has Worship on the Web at its heart. For those who wish to stay there will be a very short communion service afterwards on some occasions.
Find Virtual Sunday School each week on our Sunday School on the Web page.
“Dial a Service” phone line. You can listen to our latest service by phoning 01902 906585 (calls charged at normal rate).
Following Christ in the footsteps of St Chad,
by living out our faith;
taking the church to the community;
and growing the church.
We are the Church of England Parish of Pattingham with Patshull, which is in Staffordshire. St Chad’s Church is at the centre of the village of Pattingham and dates from the 12th century with Victorian additions. As the only church in the parish we welcome those of any denomination or none to our services.
Although the church building is not open as much as normal the church community remains active. Prayer and worship are provided online and all are welcome to join us. Go to the Worship on the Web page.
There are a number of ways which you can give to help with the work of the church in Pattingham with Patshull. They are summarised on the Giving page.
For on line donations use our page at www.justgiving.com/pattingham-church
To donate by text Text PATT 5 to 70085 to donate £5 – texts cost £5 plus one standard rate message. You can donate any number of pounds between £1 and £20. Just replace the 5 by the amount you want to give.
Our Resources Available Online page gives links to various digital resources available from the Church of England centrally and others. The Resources for Children, Young People and Families page has links to things which will be of particular interest for children, young people and families.
Elsewhere on this website you will find lots of information about us.
See the church calendar
The church building is closed (other than for private prayer from time to time) but the church community continues to be active. More details are on our coronovirus update page.
This year’s Church Fete is cancelled due to the current situation. Next year’s fete will take place on Saturday 3rd July 2021.
The publication of the monthly Parish News was suspended after the April issue. It resumed publication with the August issue.
Who’s for Lunch suspended
The Who’s for Lunch lunches, which are normally held on the third Thursday of the month, are suspended for the time being. It is hoped that they can resume as soon as it is safe to do so.
Scarecrow Festival postponed to 2021
The 2020 Scarecrow Festival has been postponed until September 2021
Holiday Club cancelled
This year’s Holiday Club will not take place. It is hoped that there will be a Holiday Club in 2021.
Century Club resuming in July
The Century Club draws, which were suspended, resumed from July.
We can help …
Poster with contact details.
A list of volunteers who can help those in need is here.
We encourage everyone to keep an eye out for their neighbours and offer help as needed. It may be better to phone if there is a possibility that they are self isolating.
What else is on this website?
When we are back to normal regular services are held on Sundays and Wednesdays. There are also special services on particular holy days. Weddings, Baptisms and Funerals are held by arrangement. Find out more here.
Online services can be found on the Worship on the Web page.
There are pictures and information about past events.