St Ambrose Church, Widnes

Church in Widnes

St Ambrose Church, Widnes

Main Meetings:

Sunday: 9.00 am Holy Communion (1st (CW) & 4th Sunday (BCP)
10.30 am Morning Worship: Communion, Morning Prayer,
1st Sunday of the month Family/Congregation Worship in the Church Hall,
3rd Sunday Baptisms/Holy Communion Wednesday: 10.00 am Communion



Hymns & songs:

Songs of Fellowship, Traditional and Modern. Organ/guitar/CDs

Under 18s:

Juice - Sunday School (5-14)
Ignite - Widnes Deanery Youth Church,Boys' Brigade (all sections), Guides (all sections)



Local outreach & community activities:

Nearly New Shop, indoor bowling Sunbeams (parents, carers & toddlers),

Other activities & ministries:

Mothers Union


Rector Rev.Helen Blackburn,, Team Vicar Rev Canon David Gait; David Roberts, C/Warden & Reader (PTO), Doreen Whimperley,C/Warden; Spencer Webster, Reader

Affiliations & links:

Liverpool Diocese, Widnes Deanery Churches, Together in Widnes

Main Bible:

Good News Bible

Average Congregation:

90 adults
10 under 18s

Special needs:

Accessible toilet, Accessible worship area, Baby friendly, Hearing loop



Office Contact:

Office Address:

St Ambrose Church, Widnes, Widnes

Email: Click to email

Meeting Venue

St Ambrose Church, Widnes, Widnes

Travel and Parking Info:

Church Hall car park & local streets


About Us:

Our aims are to love Christ and make Him known by:
Hearing, obeying and proclaiming God’s word
Caring for His people’s welfare
Spreading the Good News of His Salvation
So that in everything God is glorified.

We are a lively church, enjoying receiving and welcoming new people.
Many come with an established faith looking to serve and to continue to grow in faith.
Many come with a young faith looking to learn and be encouraged.
Some come without faith as yet, but with questions demanding an answer.
We hope all will feel welcome in our church and its fellowship, and joining with us in learning the truth about Jesus.

It will be great to meet and greet you at our various services & activities (Religious and social!), which cater for the needs of the different age groups within the church.