Welcome to our website. We hope you find it useful. You will find lots of information about us and what we do. There are a number of pages which can be reached from the menu.

weekly pewsheetThis week’s weekly pew notice sheet can be downloaded as a PDF file.

There is a calendar of church services and events.

This result of the Century Club Draw on 29th May 2017 is here.

Who's for lunch

………well, around 20 folk were – on Thursday 18th May, and all had a great time. Find out more here.
These lunches, for anyone who feels like a bit of lift, take place in the Village Hall every third Thursday in the month, 12.30 to 2.30pm.

The next will be on Thursday 15th June 2017. Find more details here.

The church heating system is not working. We expect that a new system will be installed over the summer and will be operational by the autumn. In the cold weather we were holding the main Sunday services elsewhere. We have now resumed using the church for all services.

Please explore this website where you will find details of events and services which are coming up.

You can find out who we are and how to contact us.

News and reports from the PCC give some information about what the PCC has been doing and is planning.

There are pictures and information about past events.

There are pages of sermons and letters from the vicar,


Marriages at St. Chad’s …

A church wedding is a special way to start married life. Discover what you want to know about weddings in St. Chad’s Church Pattingham. Continue reading “Marriages”

Vicar’s page

‘Maureen’s Musings’

The VicarJune 2017

June promises to be a rather strange – not to say very busy month….

Of course we have the General Election looming large at the beginning of the month and while I will always encourage everyone to exercise their right to vote, I cannot help feel rather exasperated by the infighting to which it seems all our main political parties are prone!

And there is the wider topic – much in the news at present of Fake News. What can we believe in what we read in our media or see on our screens?
Continue reading “Vicar’s page”