MANY OF OUR CHURCH EVENTS INCLUDING LIVE SERVICES ARE SUSPENDED - DETAILS CAN BE FOUND IN THE CALENDAR ON THIS WEB-SITE FOR LOCAL VIRTUAL EVENTS (1*)
NATIONAL DIGITAL SERVICES / WORSHIP PROVIDED BY BOTH THE METHODIST CHURCH AND THE UNITED REFORMED CHURCH ARE POSTED IN THE 'ACCESS TO ON-LINE SERVICES' TAB ON THIS WEB-SITE
PLEASE CLICK ON OUR CORONAVIRUS NEWS UPDATE TAB ABOVE FOR THE LATEST NEWS. ADVICE AND RESOURCES ON CORONAVIRUS FROM OUR CHURCH LEADERS
(*1) Please contact our Minister in relation to Weddings, Funerals and Baptisms or leave a message on the Church phone number - 01733 203931 and somebody will give you a call back
For Pastoral concerns and support during this crisis you can call our Pastoral Officer Lyn on 01733 701628 / 07769 170941
You can email us at enquiries@whittleseyqueenstreetchurch. and you can Leave a message on 01733 203931
Our Minister Rev Langley Mackrell-Hey can be contacted on 01733 573147 or email email@example.com
Our Church is located at Queen Street, Whittlesey. PE7 1AY.
Whittlesey Queen Street Church is an ecumenical partnership of the Methodist & United Reformed churches
Whittlesey Emergency Food Aid is currently working very hard with a limited number of personnel to provide supplies for the needy and vulnerable in Whittlesey and the surrounding villages. Regular customers continue to be supplied along with children in our schools who would otherwise be provided with free school meals. If anyone has a genuine need for assistance then in the first instance a telephone call needs to be made to Brian Smithyman or Marija Lysak at the Whittlesey Christian Church on Broad Street on 01733 752093 between the hours of 0900 and 1600 Monday to Friday. Please restrict enquires from those who are genuinely in need as stocks are running down rapidly. Donations from the general public would be most welcome to supplement the excellent support at present received from Aldi at Hampton, Nisa stores and the Co-op in Whittlesey. Goods can be deposited in receptacles at the Whittlesey stores or directly to the food bank in Broad Street.