Quaystone Chapel LEP
Pastoral Charge: Revd Andrew J Bradley
Church Address: High Street, Connah's Quay, CH5 4DH.
(Note - The main gate for the Church is on Celtic Street - CH5 4EJ)
Quaystone Chapel - Has for many years it has worked as a joint church when St John’s Methodist and Wepre Presbyterian church came together to strengthen the ministry in Connah’s Quay.
The small, faithful congregation meets on a Sunday morning at 10.30am where our joint services continue the tradition of Methodist and Presbyterian churches with preachers leading worship along with occasional worship led by members of the congregation. From time to time, we meet together for worship with our neighbour church – St Andrew’s.
Community Grocery and coffee morning – 10 items for £3.00 open 10am to 12.00pm
With countless families face the uncertainty of increased food costs, increased heating bills and shrinking wages many may not know where the next meal is coming from, so our Community Grocery is here to help. Step inside and you’ll find a range of food options fresh from local supermarkets, and from our main supplier in Liverpool, meaning you can come and shop at the fraction of the cost of a supermarket.
Refreshments are always available along with a willing ear.
Lunch light bite
On Fridays during the Grocery, from 11.45am we will be serving a light lunch / bite at £1 per person
Connah's Quay Mix and Mingle meet for conversation, games, puzzles, trips, tea and cake. Fridays at 1.15pm.
Well Fed/Can cook - Well-Fed is a partnership between Flintshire County Council, Clwyd Alyn Housing Association and Can Cook. The aim is to offer fresh meal options to the youngest children, older people and everyone in between. Meals are reasonably priced for a family of 4 or a single person. Please visit their website for more details, or drop into our Friday Grocery and pick up a leaflet. Orders are placed and paid for on Friday and are available for collection the following Friday. About Well Fed - Can Cook