At St Saviour's we are linked with St Thomas' Church, Kidsgrove. St Thomas' is a warm and friendly place to be – somewhere you can really feel part of a family.
We want to know Jesus and to make him known. We believe that we need each other for friendship and encouragement, and so we come together as a Church family on a Sunday morning.
Together, we learn more about the God who loves us and delights to hear us pray and worship Him. We learn more about Jesus who died and rose again for us.
On the first Sunday of the month, we have an all age service, which is amazing fun, where adults and children learn and sing together. Why not join us at 10:30am on an All Age Sunday?
We also love working with all our Church Schools and our Vicar, Iain is delighted that he can come to St Saviour’s and share about what Christians believe in school every week, and to sing with the staff and pupils.
Here is a history of St Saviour's church and school taken from "Butt Lane 1900 to 2000 - A Very Local History, by Philip R Leese". The church was demolished in the 1970's.
L-R below are a photo of the original tin St Saviour's church, a drawing of the second church and St Thomas', Kidsgrove: