Elm Hall Drive

Methodist Church

Elm Hall Drive Methodist Church

Elm Hall Drive,

Liverpool,

L18 1LF

 

(0151) 734 4540

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Welcome

Welcome to Elm Hall Drive Methodist Church (known locally as EHD) offering a range of activities and a warm welcome to people of all ages.

 

Our mission includes being active in reaching out to families with young children, supporting older people through our lunch club and coffee stop, and exploring relevant Christian community for students and other young adults.

 

As part of the Liverpool South Methodist Circuit we work with churches across the south of the city, and with an active Churches Together group in our neighbourhood.

 

Come along and find out more about following Jesus with us.

 

Our contact details can be found here.

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Coming Soon

Friday 24th May

7.00pm for 7.30pm Friday night is Film night - when a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all active undercover agents in Britain, the country's only hope is called out of retirement. Our unlikely hero's new mission is his most critical to date. Admission free. Refreshments available.

 

Sunday 26th May

10.30am Morning worship led by Deacon David Smith on the theme of "A certain woman" (Acts 16:9-15)

Thursday 30th May

7.30pm Ascension Day worship led by Rev Paul Wilson - and launch of Thy Kingdom Come

 

Sunday 2nd June

10.30am Morning worship led by Rev Jenny Rayner including celebration of Holy Communion

Dates for your Diary

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Thy Kingdom Come - Join the global wave of prayer

from May 30th (Ascension Day) to June 9th (Pentecost) 2019

 

Join us in 24 hours of prayer for our world - from 10am on Saturday 1st June

 

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