Coronavirus/COVID-19 Services

COVID lockdown

In the light of the recent new COVID lockdown, the PCC has decided to pause Sunday morning services in Church with effect from 10th January 2021 until further notice. As you are no doubt well aware, infection rates in Halton are amongst the highest in the Liverpool City Region and in the country at large.

We are very aware that the current legislation/advice/guidance from the Government and NHS is that we should all remain at home except for very specific reasons. Whilst Church services can continue under present arrangements, it was felt that we should not put you under any pressure to attend. We were also concerned about putting undue pressure on those who lead and help make the services happen.

For similar reasons, the Chapel will also be closed for private prayer for the time being.

We shall continue with our Sunday Morning 10.30am service on Facebook as usual, as well as Prayer Book Evensong at 4.00pm, also on Sunday. Our weekday services of Morning Prayer also continue at 10.00am on Facebook. Never has our public worship been more public!

As we have said before, you do not need to have a Facebook account to watch the services. You can access them by going to You may get various messages encouraging you to open an account, but you don’t need to unless you want to. You have to be persistent! We know that people are watching the live services this way without any problems, including my wife who has allowed me to say to you that if she can, then any one can!

David Felix

Who are we?

Who we are


We strive to be an inclusive and outward looking Christian community embodying the life of Christ and bound together by the love of God and love for each other, welcoming everyone who wants to learn about and be involved in the Christian journey of faith.

Our mission

ornament1 We are a rural Church proud of our history and traditions, and yet very much engaged with contemporary life. We pride ourselves on the quality of our welcome, worship and music. We endeavour to be an inclusive Chrisitan community serving 4 villages and a new housing development in north Cheshire.

Our history

ornament1 We are the birthplace of Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) the author of Alice in Wonderland. The Lewis Carroll Visitor Centre tells the story of his early life and influences The Daniell Chapel contains the Lewis Carroll Memorial Window.

Sunday Group

ornament1 During the service we also run a Sunday Group at 10.30am at which children of any age are welcome. The Group’s work is fun, interactive and appropriate for their ages and ties in with that morning’s Church service.


Worship at All Saints Daresbury takes place every Sunday in our welcoming and inclusive church with its warm and friendly atmosphere.
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