Welcome to our website

 
We wish Robert and Susan Shallcross every best wish for the future and we thank them both for their Ministry, friendship and loyal support over the years.
 

 
 

Welcome to the Crosby United Reformed Church Website.

Our church is located by the College Road roundabout in Crosby. We have a regular 10am service on a Sunday morning, and everyone is invited to come along to our service where you would be made to feel most welcome by our friendly congregation. We also have lots more to offer the community. We have....

Praise & Play for pre school children and their parents/carers.

Saturday morning cafe, hot and cold drinks and snacks available in our coffee bar.

Music and Social evenings, open to everyone, a variety of local live entertainment in our church hall.

Children's Craft mornings, several times a year.

Ladies' fellowship meetings.

Bible studies with our Minister.

Jumble sales, book fairs, and local craft events are all run in our church hall, and dates for all the above will appear on here as well in our church magazine

Our church hall is available to hire, and we are a Fairtrade church. Please call 0151 474-9973 to enquire about hall hire.

We have active Twitter, Facebook and Flickr pages, and photos and news are updated on there frequently so please do visit us there. 

 

The United Reformed Church - Past Case Review
 
The United Reformed Church has issued an open invitation for anyone to raise formal concerns regarding the behaviour or conduct of anyone affiliated with the URC since its formation in 1972.  This is the second phase of the Past Case Review (PCR); the first phase having consisted of reading all the files of ministers in the URC since its formation. The Past Case Review is a part of the process of making all churches safe spaces
 
Anyone wishing to raise concerns has until 31st March 2017 to do so. There are leaflets at the back of Church to which you can refer, detailing how to raise any concerns, the support which will be available and what to expect once you have raised a concern.
 
The leaflet is also available online:
 
http://www.urc.org.uk/images/PCR/PCR-docs/Past-Case-Review-Brochure-10-09-2016.pdf