• Welcome to Emmanuel Parish Church, Southport 

    Emmanuel Parish Church, Southport is a friendly, warm and   welcoming Church of England Parish within the Diocese of Liverpool. Whether you are new to the area, visiting or searching for a spiritual home we would love to welcome you to our church.

    We are a Bible based church that aims to share the life and love of Jesus with all people. We also aim to transform our local community through the different activities we provide.

    We are a church for all ages and have a range of services and activities to suit everyone. Whether you are familiar with the Christian faith and used to belong to a church, or trying to find out what Christians believe and why, we hope our website answers some of your questions. Of course we would love to meet you face to face and whether you are looking for activities for young people, a place to celebrate your wedding or your childs baptism, family friendly worship or something more traditional or simply a place to relax, have fun and make new friends we hope you'll drop by and join us for one of our services or activities. 

    This website will give you a flavour of some of the things that are on offer through the week as well as some of the special activities and events in our calender.

    The photo above is from our recent Holiday Club when we were presented with our Child Friendly Church Award by the Diocese of Liverpool for the 3rd time. 

     
     

     

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    Emmanuel Church supports the Southport Soup Kitchen and the Southport Food Bank. We offer a collection point for donations of dried foods, tins and jars (no fresh food please)

    Emmanuel Parish Church Awarded £110,000 grant from the Listed Places of Worship Roof Fund. The award will allow the church to re-roof the North Aisle and carry out much needed emergency work to treat rot in some of the timbers. The work in total will cost approx £150,00. Work is now underway and we hope it will be completed by August 2016.

                                

     

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