Please note that St Chad's Church Farndon is not responsible for the burial plots in the parish burial ground. It is Farndon Parish Council and not St Chad's who run the site. Please direct any comments or enquiries to Farndon Parish Council
Thank you and God bles


The Church is open each day Mondays to Saturdays from 9.00am to 4pm and on Sundays is open only at the times of services - please do visit us

Our vision for the future of our Church community

  • Value and welcome all people, seek to encourage new members and therefore increase in worship and fellowship
  • Continue to provide and develop our services to the wider village community
  • Encourage a wider sense of belonging to our Church in the village community
  • Help growing families by providing an environment where children and young people can grow in their journey of faith and play their part in the life of our Church
  • Develop the potential of our Church building
  • Deepen the prayer and spiritual life of our Church community                                                                                    


Next Messy Church Sunday 7th May, 4pm

Messy Church is held on the first Sunday of the month at 4.00pm at St Chad's Church. Come along and join our growing congregation - this is a new and exciting form of worship. Messy Church is a fun based family service for people of all ages. Each service includes a number of craft activities, songs, a story and some prayers, all based on the theme for the day. We start with coffee, tea or juice with biscuits and finish with a shared buffet-style tea at 5.00 - 5.30pm           



Easter Services at St Chad's

Our Easter observances begin on Palm Sunday when we gather outside the Memorial Hall at 9.25am before processing into church when we will re-enact the liturgy of the psalms and hear once again of the arrest and betrayal of Jesus and his subsequent trial by Pontius Pilate
On Maundy Thursday at 7.30pm we have our traditional Communion Service (or the last supper) before we strip the church altars of any furnishings ready for the starkness of Good Friday
We end that service at approximately 8.30pm with The Watch - a short time of waiting in silence and prayer

Then on Good Friday at 10.00am we have our Family Service when we will have a procession around the church carrying the cross before our act of worship in the form of story and drama - followed by an Easter Egg hunt in the Vicarage garden. We then have the Last Hour at the Cross from 2 - 3pm which consists of a number of meditations and hymns

On Easter Sunday we meet at 9:30am for our Family Communion when we will hear the 'good news' of the Resurrection and will end our time together with all young people receiving a chocolate egg while the adults indulge in some Hot Cross Buns with their tea & coffee

Farndon Christmas Tree Festival 2016, Friday 2nd December to Sunday 11th December



Following the success of last year’s festival, which attracted over 800 visitors during the festival period, our second festival continued the success. Read more and see pictures - click here

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