Find out what’s happening in your local church.
St Mary’s, Lowe House will be holding a Carillon recital, starting at 2pm in Lowe House gardens, North Road, with a selection of music to commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War. Admission is free. Gates open from 1.30pm. A tour of the tower is also available.
Friday, August 25
St Helens United Reform Church presents a service with the New Cross Singers Programme includes Sankey and Moody hymns and excerpts from “Pharaoh to Freedom” from 7.30pm. No entry charge, a retiring collection will be made and refreshments will be served.
tuesday, august 5
Prescot Parish Church Shop opens between 10am and 4pm at Vicarage Place, Prescot, between 10am and 4pm. The shop will also be open on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
St Helens Parish Church holds a short lunchtime service, starting at 12.30pm. The 20-minute service includes hymns and Bible readings.
g St Michael’s All Angels church on Gartons Lane, Clock Face, holds craft classes for beginners from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Why not pop in and join them? Parishioners also enjoy a cup of tea and a chat after every Sunday’s 9.30am service.
St John’s Church in Earlestown are holding a drop-in every Wednesday between 11.30am and 1.30pm for drinks and toast, and biscuits (20p), all in a friendly atmosphere.
St Aidan’s Church’s Vestry hour is between 7pm and 8pm. Enid Hitchen and Rev Alan Overend will be in church for inquiries.