Children and youth
We have close ties with our village Primary School. Look out for information about our 'pop up' cafes, events and special services throughout the year.
St Laurence Church Sunday Club for children
During Lockdown we have a new Zoom SClub for all children 11 and under each Sunday at 9.00am for half an hour. Come and join us any Sunday. Simply email us at and we will send you a link. We look forward to seeing you on the screen.
The Bible Talks
Join us on alternate Tuesday evenings 7:45pm for 8:00pm - 8:30pm for a series of Zoom talks about the Bible. For more information email [email protected]
Each week the sermon preached at the 10:00am Zoom service and other special services are posted on our YouTube channel.
Christianity Explored is an informal and relaxed seven-week course, suitable for anyone who is wanting to think through some of life’s big questions. You don’t need to know anything about the Bible, and you won’t be asked to pray or sing. You can ask any question you like, or you can just sit and listen. Oh yes – and it’s completely free!
Whoever you are, whatever you’re thinking, CE is a great place to explore what life is all about. It might just be the best news you’ve ever heard.
If you are interested in joining a course in the immediate future or have any questions please contact Stuart - [email protected] - One of our Churchwardens.
If you have things you would like the Church family to pray for or with you please contact us here
Virtual prayer meeting
A twice-monthly virtual prayer meeting open to all, where we pray for personal needs as well as local and world issues. Tuesday @ 19:45 - 20:30
If you're interested in joining, email Stuart Gibson - - to be added to the invitee list. You don't need a laptop/webcam to join (although these will help with the experience) - just a phone is sufficient.
Pastoral care is important to us at St Laurence.
All sorts of stresses and life events can effect us at times. If we can be of help please call us. [email protected]
Do consult the COVID support section for the specific network created to help anyone in need during these difficult times.
If you need help or wish to help the community during this period of pandemic please get in touch.
St Laurence Church, Appleton with Eaton Parish Council and Appleton Community Shop have formed CABES (Caronavirus Appleton Besselsleigh Eaton Support) an informal support network.
There is a CABES co-ordinator for each road who can put you in touch with a volunteer 'buddy' who can assist with shopping, collecting prescriptions or other neighbourly support.
St Laurence Church also run a companion system in parallel. If you are feeling isolated overwhelmed or just in need of a friendly chat or know of someone who might benefit from a companion please get in touch. [email protected]