ST Cuthberts Croxteth
everyone is welcome
St Cuthbert's Church is at the centre and heart of Croxteth Park housing estate, where we have been a Christian presence for more than 30 years. Aside from our Eucharistic services, before Covid -19, we offered many groups and activities during the week including Brownies, Scouts, Spark youth group, and Parent & Toddlers. . This is a changing landscape for us all but we are still very active and hope to bring our groups back as soon as possible.
At the moment our slimming world is back on a Thursday and slowly our groups will return asap and the uniformed organisations are also back this September. From October Aplace2B is back on a Thursday 11:30- 2 pm come and join our wellbeing cafe and have a lunch for free and we have many activities if you wish to do them or you can simply sit and chat and catch up with friends old and new.
We are also an ECO church and have been awarded the Gold award. Climate change is important to us and we feel it's imperative that we care for God's creation in a proactive way encouraging our Parishioners to do the same. We have a craftivism group that meets once a month on a Tuesday at 7 pm.
We take great pride in our strong relationship with our local school, Emmaus which is a Church of England and Catholic primary school, and our good working relationships with Croxteth Park Residents Association, Rhys Jones Centre, community police, and other neighbourhood agencies.
We join with them proudly, in serving this community.
Join us in our services which are 10 AM Holy Communion with Sunday School 4 pm Toodles@4 for 0-6yrs old and their adults. We also have Our 6 pm service of Holy Communion or Evening Prayer. On the first Sunday of the Month (the very first Sunday in the calendar) at 5 pm we have FIKA church which is our brand new CAKE church where we look at those questions we may not feel we can ask in a church setting and seek to explore faith. Fika is a Swedish concept of coffee and cake and community so you cannot take Fika on your own at your desk, you must do it with others, even the mighty Volvo factory stops for Fika. We have done the same and invite God to be in the community that meet, so perhaps you have not been to church for a long time, perhaps you fell out with the church, or are seeking a spiritual life but not sure what. It could also be someone with faith who wishes to ask those questions we never seem to get round to asking. Whatever the reason a very warm welcome awaits you and lots of cake!