Birkdale United Reformed Church

  • Grosvenor Road
  • Birkdale
  • Southport
  • Merseyside
  • PR8 2ET


Come to Church


Come and join us at our regular services held each Sunday at 10:45 am. Other times and venues shown in heavy type.

You will receive a warm welcome and you are invited to join us for tea and coffee after the service.

Ministers up to the end of June 2019:

 May

 5th

 Rev Janet Calderley

 

 12th

 Janice Atfield 

 

 19th

 Rev Bill Wright 

 

 26th

 Richard Cowan

 June

2nd 

 Rev Robert Shallcross 

 

 9th

 Janice Atfield

 

 16th

 Sally McQuaid 

 

 23rd

 Derek Chamberlain

 

 30th

 Mr Derek Estill, Moderator of 

General Assembly. This is a joint service.

North West Blood Bikes

Retiring Collection

The April/May Retiring Collection is for

North West Blood Bikes

April and May retiring collections are to be in support of Blood Bikes. They aim to provide a totally free but professional voluntary service out of normal working hours for the transportation of urgent and emergency items, e.g. blood, platelets, samples, donor breast milk, patient notes, theatre equipment, in fact anything that can be carried by motorcycle solely for the benefit of the publicly-funded emergency services and their patients in NHS hospitals.

They provide this service through the night and 24 hours a day at weekends and bank holidays, enabling hospital funding to be spent on patient care.

The operation started in May 2012 and the number of callouts is growing exponentially. At 10pm on Tuesday 12th February 2019, exactly 6 years 10 months and 10 days since they started operating they received their 60,000th callout.

Your support for them will be very much appreciated -- and you never know when you might need this service to help you or a member of your family!



There is a 

Julian Prayer Meeting

at Churchtown URC, 10am on the first Friday of every month.

This is an opportunity for you  to spend 30 minutes in contemplative prayer and meditation.  Feel free to join Janice Atfield for some spiritual renewal.

Click here to learn about The Julian Meetings movement

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