Welcome to Moreton Methodist Church

A church where everyone can feel respected and at home.  A warm welcome awaits you and we hope that our website will encourage you to come and visit us.

Join us for worship

At the heart of the community

Worship and Prayer

Worship is central to our life as a church. Our Worship Group plans and guides the pattern of worship through the year, with services led by our minister, by visiting preachers and by our own worship leaders.

On Sundays we meet for worship at 10.30am.

Children and Families

We have a variety of activities for Children and Families.  Click hereto read more about the Boys Brigade, Girls Union, Wirral Sound Band, Sunflowers, Sunbeams and SuperKids.

F.U.P.S.

Free Uniforms for Primary Schools.

We offer, free of charge, a wide range of primary school clothing including skirts, trousers, jumpers and cardigans.  Click here for more details

Welcome to Moreton Methodist Church

Moreton Methodist Church seeks to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and serve the local community. Our aim is to be a church where everyone can feel respected and at home. A warm welcome awaits you and we hope that this website will encourage you to come and visit us. If you want to talk to somebody about spiritual matters, or just need someone to talk to, do join us one Sunday or Wednesday morning, or contact our minister.

We are happy to arrange for weddings, funerals or baptisms

Our Minister is Rev. Sheila Prest, who is also the Minister responsible for Lower & Higher Bebington & Prenton Methodist Churches.

Our Community Worker is Tim Edwards.

A look inside Moreton Methodist Church

Moreton Methodist Church on Facebook

Recently the church bought an Easter Pathway floor banner we had hoped to roll out next week. Paul & Helen came across it through their friends at St Marys, Guildford who are involved with Esuubi (our 2009 Mission Project).

Sadly, we can’t use it this year but at least we can share a video of it with those who can view Youtube. Follow this link. www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFq8AJ1Ba1o It is Danish, so whilst the visuals are universal the words need translation (some are obvious)! It is 22 metres long, and just fits down the full length of our church between the two crosses.

It tells the story of Easter Week from Palm Sunday to Easter Day and contains both ‘large’ images and some amazing small details. You can pause it to study the details. What is also striking is the relevance to the difficult times we are all facing now, watch the video and rejoice in the hope that emerges at the end!This video is about Påskebanner Norge (Bokmål)
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Comment on Facebook

Dear friends,

Very soon it will be Easter and it's sad it is that
the greatest celebration in the church's year could go more or less unnoticed as we are unable to publicise and hold our services.
One thought is that we could put something in our windows for Easter morning, it doesn't matter what it is, a bunch of flowers, poster, Easter tree, empty cross in fact anything that will celebrate the new life that Christ gives.
Get creative, we can show our communities that though our buildings are closed the church still speaks to people.
Perhaps we can also share photo's of our declarations of faith as well
...

Dear friends,

Very soon it will be Easter and its sad it is that
the greatest celebration in the churchs year could go more or less unnoticed as we are unable to publicise and hold our services.
One thought is that we could put something in our windows for Easter morning, it doesnt matter what it is, a bunch of flowers, poster, Easter tree, empty cross in fact anything that will celebrate the new life that Christ gives.
Get creative, we can show our communities that though our buildings are closed the church still speaks to people.
Perhaps we can also share photos of our declarations of faith as well

Just how do we follow Jesus? We can begin by looking at the scriptures to see what Jesus said and how he lived his life. Although our lives are so much more complicated, especially at the moment, but what Jesus taught does not rely on what kind of world we live in but on how we view it. Today in our mid week worship we can take a moment to look at the world as Jesus did and recognise the love, compassion and hope that is binding us together.
We must always remember that following Jesus will always lead us to a cross, but resurrection will always follow.
Why not spend a moment or two at eleven thirty to pause and reflect on our relationship with Jesus, say the prayer he taught us and bless the world with the grace.
...

Just how do we follow Jesus? We can begin by looking at the scriptures to see what Jesus said and how he lived his life. Although our lives are so much more complicated, especially at the moment, but what Jesus taught does not rely on what kind of world we live in but on how we view it. Today in our mid week worship we can take a moment to look at the world as Jesus did and recognise the love, compassion and hope that is binding us together.
We must always remember that following Jesus will always lead us to a cross, but resurrection will always follow.
Why not spend a moment or two at eleven thirty to pause and reflect on our relationship with Jesus, say the prayer he taught us and bless the world with the grace.
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