Find out what’s happening in churches across St Helens over the new few weeks.
West Street Independent Methodist Church
The Parent and Toddler Group meet on Tuesday mornings from 10am to-11.45am. in the church hall. All welcome and we do have vacancies available for new starters.
The Luncheon Club meet for a three course meal and a hot drink, priced at £3.70 on Wednesdays from 11.45am to 12.30pm. There are choices for main courses, sweets and drinks. This is open to all ages and there is no need to book.
The Thursday Club meet weekly between 2pm-4pm in the church hall and is open to everyone, both men and women. A great opportunity to enjoy a relaxed time in good company with quizzes, table games, music, entertainers, trips out and light refreshments. All this for £1. Anyone requiring more information can ring Trevor on 0151 426 5079.
Ormskirk Street United Reformed Church,
The Church on King Street, St Helens, will be holding an Autumn fair this coming Saturday, October 24 from 10am to 2pm. Everyone welcome
English Martyrs RC Church, Piele Road, Haydock, St Helens, is holding a Halloween Family Night on between 7pm and 9pm in the parish hall. Admission is by ticket only. Available from Lily on 01942 712158. Tickets cost £4 per adult and £1 per child which include DJ prizes and buffet. Fancy Dress is optional.
On the second Sunday of each month.
St Helens Parish Church hold a Parish Praise Service, where the congregation learn new songs, hear and talk about God and discover ways of not just learning about Christianity but how to put it into practice in our daily lives. Everyone is welcome and the church aim to make it enjoyable for both young and old alike. Following the service there are refreshments and the opportunity of getting to know each other.
Every Wednesday a short, midweek Communion Service (lasting for 40 minutes) takes place at 1.20pm, St Helens Parish Church.
All Saints Church, Ellamsbridge Road, hold a Toddler Church every Thursday (term-time) 9am and 10.15am. Free of charge, the group is for children 0 - 3 years (accompanied by a responsible adult). There will be fun, crafts, stories about Jesus, baking and lots of play and refreshments.
The Women’s Coffee Group meet on the second Monday of each month at 7.30pm in the Gamble Hall, Bishop Road. A range of speakers visit the group from a variety of backgrounds, all welcome.
St Mark’s Church stages its children club in Gamble Hall on Bishop Road. The 6.30pm club is for 5 to 11 years olds and includes games and activities, every Wednesday.
Sutton Village Church - Crafty Cuppa is held every Wednesday 10am to noon at and operates on the lines of a drop in centre. Parishioners can call in for 10 minutes or for the full two hours, or anywhere in between. Tea and coffee is readily available and various craft activities take place. All ages welcome.