Welcome to the Wirral Methodist Churches website
We are part of the worldwide Christian family, worshipping God and serving our communities in the Wirral peninsula, in north-west England. We are passionate about learning and growing together, celebrating the love of God, and sharing the life of God with those around us and with those in need around the world.
Our churches are beginning to reopen
Church buildings in the Wirral Circuit are opening over the next few weeks. For more information, check the church website or Facebook page, or walk past and see what’s happening!
If you are still uncomfortable about meeting in public, you can make use of our resources for worshipping at home.
There is a weekly video service on the Wirral Methodist YouTube channel.
Guidance for Methodist Churches (regularly updated) Click here to view or download.
Our 250-year-old mission has not changed: to bring the love of God to a fractured and hurting society. Our foundation is in preaching, teaching, worship and service. We are building on that foundation today in three particular areas: learning to become worshippers and followers of Jesus, caring for our communities, and working with families and young people. Throughout this website you will see these priorities reflected.
Every time we are able to appoint a new full-time worker, we look for someone who can help us grow in one of these areas – and we give them the space and time to develop their own passions, and to energise and enable our congregations to work together in this great mission.
Read about our Circuit Staff and Leadership Team
The Methodist Church
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.
The Wirral Methodist Circuit
We are a family of Methodist churches of the Wirral peninsula and Ince (Chester). We aim, through worship, fellowship and service, to be effective Christian communities in the Methodist tradition.