St Helen’s, Sefton

St Helen’s Church Sefton is on Bridges Lane in Sefton Village, L29 7WG

Sunday Worship—we gather at 11am

First Sunday:             Holy Communion (Modern)

Second Sunday:        Morning Prayer  (Traditional)

Third Sunday:            Holy Communion (Traditional)

Fourth Sunday          Holy Baptism

Fifth Sunday               Morning prayer (Modern)

St Helen’s church has a rich heritage of faith, being a site of Christian worship for over 850 years.  It is one of the oldest churches on Merseyside and is the only grade 1 listed building in Sefton. 

With its spire standing tall over the local countryside, St Helens is a familiar landmark, bearing witness to the faith of generations past.  It is also a beacon of prayer for  our world now,  a living, worshipping community, a place for pilgrimage and exploration. 

Our pattern of services draws on that sense of being both a historic and living church, with a historic and living faith, and services using both the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer and the more modern language of Common Worship.

The entrance and nave (main worship area) of St Helen’s church are all one one level, although we advise those with mobility issues to take care – the historic ancient floor is a little uneven in places.

Whilst we do not at the moment have a junior church, a well equipped and recently refurbished children’s area is available for use, and families are welcome to take things from the children’s area to use in the pews if they wish