Since Michaelmas 2009 what was three Anglican congregations have been merged into one, based at the Parish Church of St Oswald (below). The Vicar is the Revd. Canon Veronica Hydon.
Following the retirement of Revd Canon Veronica Hydon (left), the process of advertising for a new Vicar has begun. The church is still open for services on Sundays, but during the COVID emergency other activities are restricted. Please check on the website for the most recent details.
Please check on the website for the most recent details.
The web site includes a Family Research section, with many of our baptism, marriage and burial registers as well as memorial inscriptions – all searchable by name. This is also the home of the Bollington Online War Memorial, which includes potted histories and many photographs of local men who served in WW1 and casualties of both World Wars.
Although some of these records can be found on other websites, nowhere else is such extensive coverage available for Bollington! And it’s free to use, although we would be grateful for donations from those who find the search facilities useful.
A modern history of St Oswald’s Church, St Oswald’s Church, Bollington – the First 100 Years, has been written by Chris Ward and is available from the church and the Discovery Centre .
Pott Shrigley, Macclesfield
Vicar: Revd. David Swales
This delightful church is located in the centre of Pott Shrigley, and has 13th century origins. Many Bollington families worship here and many more are buried in the churchyard.
Wellington Road, Bollington, Macclesfield SK10 5JR
The history of the Catholic church in Bollington is provided on another page.
Services at Shrigley Court, Sunday Evenings 6.00 pm – please phone for details. Holy Communion, third Sunday in the month.
The Methodist church in Bollington has closed but before doing so it celebrated its 200 year anniversary in May 2008. Details are available on the Methodist history page.
Life Church Bollington, Hawthorn Road, Bollington, Macclesfield SK10 5JN
Services are held each Sunday at 11.00am.
The Cyber Hymnal. Thousands of Christian hymns and Gospel songs from many denominations — lyrics, MIDI files, scores, pictures, history and more. Searchable, advanced Autoplay feature, free downloads. New entries every week. User friendly. Claims to be the biggest site of its kind on the internet.