Who we are

Picture1Next to the ‘Lighthouse’ and opposite the ‘Farmers’  –  that’s the way we describe our situation, ‘at the very heart of the village’. And our doors are open to the local community because we encourage use of the building by groups, organisations and individuals, children or adults, whoever it is who needs a place to hold a one off event or regular meetings.

We are a relatively small fellowship, but active and moving forward in faith. We hold regular Sunday services, and anyone who wants to come and see what it’s like and have a cup of coffee afterwards will be very welcome.   Children are always welcome – we have several all age services, and  toys, games and activities are always available for young children to keep them happy either in church, or in the front room next to the worship area where parents can take their children and still hear what is going on in the service.

Throughout the year, groups meet to discuss, study and learn more about the Christian faith. You will find that on these occasions we are also led into talking about issues which affect us and our community – both local and worldwide – and we share our thoughts, our concerns and our hopes, our laughter, and sometimes our meals.

If you live in the village you may have spoken to us on your doorstep or requested a prayer for some situation that bothers you. One in five households have. We pray regularly for those who are ill or in trouble. You can make a request by putting a note in our letterbox (at the side of the church), or telephone 0151 201 1883 to put your request on our prayer chain. Maybe call into our regular Saturday coffee morning 10am – noon.

We know that following Jesus Christ has made a difference to our lives and we’d like to share it with you. Why not drop in sometime? You’ll be most welcome.