• We are a lively and welcoming church, made up of different ages, backgrounds, experiences and temperaments.  We seek to live faithfully as followers of Jesus, with all the joys and the challenges that brings. At the heart of this is a strong commitment to sharing the love of God within our local community and beyond. Whether you have been a Christian for a long time, or you are new to the Christian Faith; whether you want a safe place to find out more about Christianity, or you are looking for a place to pause, take stock of your life and refresh your spirit, you will be very welcome here.  


    • Talk and Tour of our beautiful church starts at 7:30 on Friday June 30th. Ken Moth will be leading us on a guided tour of the oldest building in Northwich. £4 payable at the door.
    • Gardener Dave Hodkinson is producing and selling hanging baskets for £15 each. For each one sold to church members a donation of £4 will be made to the vision fund.
    • The next Coffee Pot will be on Saturday 1st July from 10 am to noon. Our charity partner this time is Rudheath and Witton Together. Come along to find out what Rudheath and Witton Together do in our community.
    • Mark Green's ordination as deacon will be in Chester cathedral on on Sunday July 2nd. A coach will be leaving the cenotaph at 8:30 that morning. See Eric Walker for details

    Our contact details are:

    The Parish of St Helen, Witton, (Northwich) with St Thomas, Rudheath
    Church Road
    CW9 5PB
    Telephone 01606 42943

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    The church of St Helen seen from the West The Church of St Helen seen from the North-East


    We are part of the Church of England in the Diocese of Chester.


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  • St Helen's, Witton, often known as 'Northwich Parish Church', is situated close to the centre of Northwich, Cheshire, England. Our neighbourhood is very varied; the parish extends from the town centre to the edge of the urban area and so includes the businesses of the town centre and also more residential areas. This is a church where successive generations have gathered week by week for worship and where the life events of  baptisms, weddings and funerals have taken place over hundreds of years. As you look around our church, there are many reminders of the history of the building and within that, the memory that at each stage in that history, real people came into this house of God and left their mark.

    The Millennium windowA roof boss - the salt basket

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