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to the Methodist Church, active on the Wirral

Celebrating Jesus on the Wirral

Welcome to the website of the Wirral Methodist Churches. The Wirral is a peninsular separated from Wales by the River Dee and from Liverpool by the River Mersey, and includes some of the most deprived areas in the United Kingdom, as well as some of the most beautiful. We have a mix of rural and urban churches, 22 in all, including three ecumenical partnerships. We are passionate about learning and growing together, celebrating the love of God, sharing the life of God with those around us and with those in need around the world and bringing our neighbours to Christ as we follow our calling and pursue our vision.

Celebrating Jesus on the Wirral

Welcome to the website of the Wirral Methodist Churches. The Wirral is a peninsular separated from Wales by the River Dee and from Liverpool by the River Mersey, and includes some of the most deprived areas in the United Kingdom, as well as some of the most beautiful. We have a mix of rural and urban churches, 22 in all, including three ecumenical partnerships. We are passionate about learning and growing together, celebrating the love of God, sharing the life of God with those around us and with those in need around the world and bringing our neighbours to Christ as we follow our calling and pursue our vision.

Join us for Worship

In our churches you will find many opportunities to worship God, to share in prayer, Bible study and fellowship in a wide range of settings and styles, as well as many community activities for all ages and needs.

Our Calling

The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God’s love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission. It does this through Worship, Learning & Caring, Service and Evangelism.

Our Vision

A network of growing churches, characterised by clear vision, vibrant and accessible worship, discipleship and love for one another, committed to serving and witnessing within our communities, and with strong and supportive links among ourselves and with other churches and agencies

Upcoming Circuit Events

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www.facebook.com/share/p/VWmRaH717ZP1kZ8U/?mibextid=WC7FNe🥳NWED Launch Event - bookings are now open!
🗓 Saturday 31st August 2024
🕑2.30pm start (doors open at 2pm)
📍Victoria Hall, Knowsley Street, Bolton, BL1 2AS

This event is an opportunity to celebrate as five districts become one, to form the North West England District. Starting at 2.30pm, the event will include the welcome service for Rev. Dr. James Tebbutt, our District Chair (subject to Methodist Conference), and will also welcome the wider District Team. The President of Conference will be preaching, along with the Vice-President and Secretary of Conference in attendance.

We ask that you please book in advance, so that we can plan accordingly, via this link:

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This service will also be livestreamed, and further details will be made available in due course about this.

Please do share this exciting event with your churches and circuits!

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At the final meeting of the Synod of the Liverpool District of the Methodist Church yesterday we were pleased to confer on the Chair of District the honour of Honorary Scouser. She "sits down" (Methodist for supposedly retiring) after 10 years as Chair of the District in the summer and the District will become part of the new North West England District in September. The "tickling stick" is, of course, the badge of office instituted by the late Sir Ken Dodd. We did conduct some serious business too. ... See MoreSee Less

At the final meeting of the Synod of the Liverpool District of the Methodist Church yesterday we were pleased to confer on the Chair of District the honour of Honorary Scouser. She sits down (Methodist for supposedly retiring) after 10 years as Chair of the District in the summer and the District will become part of the new North West England District in September. The tickling stick is, of course, the badge of office instituted by the late Sir Ken Dodd. We did conduct some serious business too.

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I wonder how many people will miss her

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Living out our Methodist Calling in Wirral

Worship

We develop worship in ways which enable people to connect with God wherever they are, in church or at home, and find meaning and encouragement.

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Learning and Caring

We seek to look after the needs of everyone connected with our churches, and enable them to grow as disciples of Jesus.
 

Service

We reach out to people within our communities who are lonely and isolated and suffering from mental health issues; create places of welcome in our buildings; build local alliances and work towards the alleviation of poverty and deprivation. Our local charity recycles and supplies free school uniforms – read more here.

Evangelism

We work with children, families and schools; teach and equip our members to share their faith, and create opportunities for us all to build relationships within our communities. Read about the work of our children and youth team.