What to Expect
We meet on Sunday mornings at Halewood (Volair) Leisure Centre. The postcode for the Leisure Centre is L26 0TY. There will be someone with a Grace Church tabard on at either door who will show you which way to go. Sit in any seat that is free! Additionally, we meet on Sunday nights at different times of the year. Sunday evenings are at New Hutte Neighbourhood Centre. The postcode for NHNC is L26 1TT. We do not meet every week - email email@example.com for further details.
There is plenty of parking available in the car park.
Disabled parking spots are the closest ones to the building. The venue is all on one level.
The service at Halewood Leisure Centre meets together for an 11am start. Sunday evenings - when on - begin at 6:30pm at New Hutte Neighbourhood Centre.
At the Leisure Centre, things will be finished by approximately 12:15pm. There is tea, coffee, juice and biscuits available after the service though, so don't rush away! Let us introduce ourselves to you and find a little out about you! Sunday evenings - when on - will finish by about 7:30pm.
Come as you are! You will see people wearing suits, shorts, jeans, joggers, sometimes all at the same time! Wear what you like to wear.
We aim to make our services as friendly as possible. We sing together, pray, read the Bible and then listen to it being explained. You'll never be asked to do anything you don't want to.
Lots! During our morning service, we cater for youngsters from pre-school age right through to their teens. Take a look at our Kids section to discover more. Sunday evenings do not have any activities for our children - but please feel free to bring them along!
A wide range! We love to sing songs that speak the truth about the Living God and His Son, Jesus Christ. Sometimes they will be upbeat and new, other times they will be more traditional. The songs we sing range from Getty to Wesley, Hillsong to Watts. Simply stand up to sing when others do. The words are projected onto the screen at the front. There's also a limited number of printed sheets on the table at the back to view too.
None at all. There is a donation box at the back of the room on an information table, but it is only there for any offerings people wish to give.
No. Many people use their own, we have bibles to borrow and plenty of people use their phone. We read publicly from the ESV bible - The English Standard Version. Readings are usually displayed on the screen at the front of the room.