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Staff: Postal addresses and Telephone

Team Rector and St. Martin’s:
Rev. Jeremy Fagan,
27 Shakespeare Avenue,  Kirkby,  Merseyside.  L32 9SH.
0151 547 2133 / O7967 3O2127

Team Vicar of St. Chad’s: Rev. Philippa Lea
The Rectory, Old Hall Lane, Kirkby, Merseyside.
L32 5TH.
0151 547 2155

Team Vicar of St. Andrew’s: Rev. Anne Lawlor
St Andrew’s Vicarage, 9 Redwood Way, Tower Hill, Kirkby, Merseyside. L33 4DU.
0151 548 0962

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  1. Hi I will be attending the questions of faith tomorrow night and I have a friend who would like to attend would this be OK?

  2. Hi
    i was married thirty years ago this june at st chads, the vicar who married myself and my wife was Jim Garnett from st Andrews church.
    we would like a blessing in june to renew our vows and if possible would like Jim Garnett to perform this ceremony for us at St Chads.
    if this is possible or not would you please reply to me with thie infomation we will need for our blessing and renewal of our vows.
    Thank you for ypur time


    1. Hello Jim.

      I’m afraid Jim Garnett died very recently. We would be delighted nevertheless for one of the current clergy to conduct a blessing and renewal of marriage vows service for you. Please drop in to our regular bookings hour every. This is held every Tuesday evening between 6.30-7.30pm in Centre 63 (except Holy Week 3rd April). Best wishes, Tim Stratford.

  3. Hi,

    I would like to have my son christened in St Martins Church, could you advise how I can go about making arrangements?

    Kind Regards


  4. Hi Tim

    By chance I recently stumbled across St Chad’s remarkable churchyard flora whilst surveying nearby sites for wild flowers. I work for Lancashire Wildlife Trust, delivering a grassland restoration project called Forever Meadows and would like to

    i, meet you at St Chad’s at a mutually convenient time.

    ii, Obtain your permission to survey the flora of the churchyard before it is next mown.

    iii, Offer our help to maintain the beauty and diversity of the wildflower habitats your churchyard supports.

    Kind Regards, Ian Wright

    1. Thanks Ian. I am glad you appreciate it. We mostly get complaints that it looks overgrown. The remarkable nature of the wild-flowers is not easily recognized. I will email you directly to fix up a date.

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