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We Want To Be...

'A parish church at the heart of our communities, seeing God's heart in everyone.'

Our vision and purpose is shaped by the love of God and our care and concern is for all. 
We believe God's love is for all - we are all God's children - therefore we want everyone in our communities - young and old - to feel welcome, accepted and affirmed.

We want to share God's love in our daily lives and our worship together.
Our worship is for all ages, encompassing a breadth of traditions and styles, aiming to be uplifting and inspiring, engaging and transforming.
We are renewed together through music, prayer, reading and listening to God's word, and sharing communion.

We believe our faith is stronger when we work and worship together.
We respect each other and value diversity and difference.
We are a family who seek to live in love and peace with all.

We want to celebrate and develop the gifts and talents of all.
Ours is a shared ministry and mission.
Our Vicar is supported by a committed PCC, Pastoral Visiting Team and lay ministry team.
We believe we are the body of Christ in our communities, called to serve.


Our goals for the next 5 years are:
1) the discerning and developing of everyone's different gifts and talents, so we can all play our part in the life and worship of our churches and chapels.
2) the growth of our church family across all generations, so God's love can be seen and shared by all in our communities.
3) the wise stewardship of our buildings and finances, so they are fit for purpose for our generation and the next.

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St Boniface Church, Bunbury - In the Diocese of Chester, England  
Rev. Tim Hayward - Tel: 01829 261511    email:
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St Boniface Church takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England's robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at:


Making our churches safer - The Church of England has commissioned an independent Past Cases Review .  Individuals who wish to share information, or make a disclosure regarding church-related abuse, are encouraged to make direct contact with the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser.  For more information go to or alternatively you can call the dedicated telephone helpline - 0800 80 20 20 - operated independently from the church, by the NSPCC.