7.00.p.m. Prayer Meeting – (see notices for venue)
7.45.p.m. Bible Study – (see notices for venue)
9.15.a.m. Facets ( Classes and groups throughout the day, from Sept to April)
6.15.p.m. Girls’Brigade – Explorers
6.30.p.m. Girls’ Brigade – Juniors and Seniors
8.00.p.m. Wesley Guild
2pm-4pm CAMEO 1st & 3rd Wednesday in the month
9.15.a.m. Iona Worship.
7.45.p.m. Boys’ Brigade – Company Section.
8:00.a.m. Prayer Meeting (except 1st Sunday of month)
9.00.a.m.Communion (1st Sunday of month)
10.45.a.m. Morning Service and Junior Church (creche available)
6.30.p.m. Evening Service.
There has been Sunday Worship at Liverpool Road since 1908, although there have been many changes and many different preachers over the years. However, the message is the same today as it was then –
Jesus died so that we all can have a fulfilling life – now and in eternity. The day begins with a prayer meeting at 09.30 am before the morning service at 10.45 am. On the 1st Sunday of each month a there is a short Communion Service at 9.00 am.
The morning service begins at 10.45 when all members of the church family gather together for worship, then usually after the second hymn, the younger members leave to meet in the various departments of Junior Church. For the very young there is a crèche available in the vestibule. On the 2nd Sunday of each month, we celebrate All Age Worship, when the uniformed organisations and other Junior Church members are with us for all the service. This service is always relevant to their needs and often involves their participation.
The evening service is at 6.30 pm and is preceded by songs/hymns led by the Praise/Choir group members. This service often seeks to explore alternative ways of worship, e.g.- meditation, praise, drama, and audio/visual material.
However central to all of this is the message, which is given by a minister or a local preacher. We hope this gives you an insight into our Sunday Services.
Worship and study
The Iona Community is a dispersed Christian ecumenical community working for peace and social justice
Brownies is about trying new things that teach girls aged seven to 10 about themselves, their community and their world
Girls Brigade helping girls and women explore and engage with real-life and Christian faith in fun, informative and hopeful ways.
Use our spaces
A space for any occasion. From small community meeting rooms to our large hall with extensive catering facilities.