St Oswald's is a Church of England Church on the outskirts of Liverpool, in Netherton. It is 1 of the 2 churches, St. Helen's Church in Sefton village being the other, in the newly formed Team Ministry of Netherton and Sefton.
We're a busy church with lots of community activities and groups, as well as close links to St Oswald's C. of E. Primary School next door to the church.
We believe that there is a God with whom we can have a relationship through his Son Jesus Christ, and that God is active in the world today by the Holy Spirit. We're seeking both to grow in our relationship with God and to join in with the work of the Spirit. Our strapline is... 'sharing the warmth of God's love with all people,' and we want to make a real difference to the community of Netherton in which we are based.
Please use the tabs at the top of this page to find out more about our Sunday services and other regular activities and for how to get in touch with us.
We look forward to welcoming you to St Oswald's Church Centre.
Sunday 3rd March
9.30am Service of Holy Communion.
10.30am All Age Service.
Ash Wednesday 6th March
10am Service of Holy Communion with ashes.
7.30pm Service of Holy Communion with ashes.
Sunday 10th March
10am Service of Holy Communion with Footsteps Sunday School activities for children.
St Oswald Church Centre, Ronald Ross Avenue, Netherton, Bootle, Merseyside, L30 5RD
St. Oswald's Church Centre is a distribution point for the South Sefton & Crosby area Food Bank. Open each Thursday 11.00am - 2.00pm. Contributions of food or offers of help towards this work will always be appreciated. For more information on this important provision please contact Rev Simon Elliott via the contacts tab above or visit: http://southsefton.foodbank.org.uk
***'Tell: Serve: Give Bishops in Mission 2019'*** right across the Diocese of Liverpool later this week! Delighted that Bishop Chris Edmondson will be with us in the Sefton South Deanery, and as part of that will be visiting St. Oswald's School on Friday afternoon for assembly and class visits. Looking forward to hearing the children's questions for him! Also excited about our Big Messy Church event in a marquee in North Park in Bootle (by Bootle Leisure Centre) - crafts, games, music, food - fun for all with Bishop Chris and team, and a special visit from the Archbishop of York. 1-3pm this Saturday 9th March, all welcome - come and join us, bring your friends!
***Find and follow us on Facebook now, click here: St. Oswald's Netherton Facebook***
***Lunch Club 12 midday on Wednesday 13th March*** Come along for great company over a lovely and very reasonably priced 3 course meal.
***Grub at the Hub Carers Cafe 12-3pm Saturday 30th March*** All welcome to come along for great hot and cold food - including lovely cakes, and drinks at great prices in a fully accessible, welcoming and calm environment. Sensory room and toys available.
***Messy Church after school-5pm Tuesday 2nd April*** Come along after after school clubs finish for crafts, stories, songs & a meal together. For all the family!
- Level access from both the pavement at the front and from the car park, and building level throughout.
- Designated disabled car parking space.
- Disabled toilet facilities.
- Loop system for those with listening aids.
- Large print service booklets, news sheets and church magazines available.
- Gluten free communion wafers available.
St. Oswald's Netherton parish takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England's robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at https://www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding. If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at http://www.liverpool.anglican.org/safeguarding.
St Oswald's Church PCC makes sure that the way our groups work with children and adults will keep them safe and will not place them at an unacceptable risk of harm. We do this through: •establishing, implementing and following good safeguarding policies and procedures including safe recruitment;
•ensuring all staff and volunteers are aware of and follow the organisation’s safeguarding policies and procedures;
•ensuring that all staff and volunteers receive safeguarding training.
Our safeguarding officer is Mr Ray Glenn.