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About Us

We are a local independent evangelical church that meets in Jireh Church in Lingley Road, Great Sankey, Warrington. As a Church, we meet together to worship God, study the Bible, pray and tell others about the love of God and everyone's need of personal salvation through faith in Christ.The church does not have any formal clergy but is led by a group of Elders and is supported by the members who each have a part to play in the running of the Church on a week to week basis.

When you arrive there will be someone to welcome you and show you where everything is, if you have any questions you can ask them or any of the people involved in the group/service. We hope you feel welcome and enjoy your time with us and if there are any issues please let us know. Sometimes we use hymn books, these will be handed out when you are welcomed in to the church. There are also Bibles available to borrow during our meetings.

Accessibility

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Car Park:

We have a free car park that you can use whilst you are with us.

 

Access:

There is ramp access from the car park, a disabled toilet and baby changing facilities available for anyone to use. 

Refreshments:

We sometimes provide refreshments at our events, if you have an allergy or intolerance please let us know so we can try and accommadate this.

Sensory Needs:

If you have any sensory needs and feel comfortable to do so, please let us know so we can try and accommodate as best we can. We try to be as inclusive as we can and are always learning.

Audio visual - Occasionally we use a projector and screen placed at the back of the stage. We don't use flashing lights during our services.

Loop - we have a loop system installed in the church.

Books - we use hymn books which are available in large type.

Quiet room - we have a quiet room that can be used at any time during our services for anyone who might need to have a few moments of quiet privacy.