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Bishop Bev aims to build the church – using Lego


THE new Bishop of Warrington, The Right Rev Beverley Mason, is taking an unusual approach to building the church in Warrington – using Lego.
On Saturday March 9 from 10am-11.30am, Bishop Bev will be attending a Lego event organised by The Church of the Transfiguration in Birchwood.
The morning of building fun will include free bacon butties, crafts, challenges and of course lots of Lego building.
Sadly, due to falling congregation numbers The Church of the Transfiguration closed several years ago.
However, a new team led by the vicar. The Rev Rebecca Roberts and supported by Bishop Bev are working hard to get the church open again, under the new name of The Table.
The Lego event is just one of many aimed at re-opening the church for regular services again, and connecting with the community in meaningful ways that will make a difference to the lives of local people.
The Lego event is also part of an initiative called Tell Serve Give, which aims to bring together local churches and their communities on the weekend of March 7-10 across the Diocese of Liverpool.
All are welcome at the special Lego event at The Church of the Transfiguration on Admirals Road, Birchwood (next to Birchwood CE Primary school and Oakwood Shops) to join with Bishop Bev in her Lego building efforts.  It is a free event and there’s no entry charge.


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