Park Street NESTON CH64 3RB
Minister: Rev Marcus Torchon 0151 334 1772 email
Sunday Morning Worship, 10.45 am – all welcome
Holy Communion once a month, 10.45 am. – all welcome
Ecumenical Shopper Service – every Friday, 10.30 a.m. – all welcome
Bookings: A number of rooms are available for community use. 0151 336 1537
Regular community users:
Church Mice, Thursdays 9:30 – 11:30 a.m
- Fitsteps with Sarah Mondays 6 p.m. £4 per session 07596 157 251 Latin and Ballroom Dancing
- Methodist Live at Home (Methodist Homes) 0151 357 3873
- Age UK Cheshire Office (Neston Information Office) – Mon, Tue, Wed, 10 a.m. – 12 noon. 0151 336 8388. email
- Neston Community Cyber Centre 0151 336 7784
- Tea Pot Club – Mondays and Wednesdays, 9.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m.
- Age UK Get Active – Mondays and Wednesdays, 12.45 – 1.45 p.m.
- Yoga (Hatha Yoga): Mondays 7.15 – 8.45 p.m.
- Yoga (Pregnancy Yoga): Tuesdays 7.30 – 8.45 p.m.
- Weight Watchers – Tuesdays, 6.30 -7.30 p.m.
- The Welcome Cafe – Fridays, 9.30 a.m. -12 noon
- Ellesmere Port Christian Fellowship
- Foodbank Collection Point in Foyer
- PCSO Drop-in Surgeries:
- Hip and Harmony Choir: Rehearsal Wednesday 7 – 9pm.
Contact Paula Prytherch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A Brief history of the Church
1874 – A Non-Denominational Mission Hall was built on the present site by Captain Ward, a tug boat owner. it was known as “The Old Tin Chapel”.
1899 – The Old Tin Chapel was bought by the Rock Ferry Circuit of the Wesleyan Methodist Church.
1909 – on 3rd February a Dedicatory Service of the new building was held.
1932 – in September the three main branches of British Methodism (Wesleyan, Primitive and United) joined to form The Methodist Church of Great Britain.
1998 – A partnership formed between Neston Methodist Church, Age Concern EP&N and Cheshire County Council Social Services, to improve the existing premises, to provide new and extended facilities. This became known as Project 99.
1999 – In May, the premises re-opened as Neston Methodist Church and Community Centre.
Deacon John Clarke, who had pastoral charge of the church, said “We go forward with the hope that what will emerge from people who gather to work and worship here, will ensure a greater evidence of the love of Christ for all”.
2012 – Committed to become a Fairtrade Church
2013 – In April, opened a Foodbank Collection point.