St. James' Woolton is part of the Mersey Synod of the URC and the Liverpool District of the Methodist Church. We are also proud to be a Fair Trade Church, which means that wherever possible the products we use for catering are Fair Trade products. Please see below for details of our community partners in Woolton life and our religious partners in the following the way of Jesus Christ.
We are one of 13 Synods of the URC throughout the United Kingdom and the British Isles and are made up of some 90 churches across Merseyside, the Wirral, Cheshire, West Lancashire, and the Isle of Man.
The Liverpool District of the Methodist Church consists of 19 individual Circuits. The District is located on the North West Coast of England lying between the River Dee and the River Ribble.
The main webiste for the Methodist Church in the UK.
Official national website with news, details of ongoing work at the church, information from the Reform magazine, forums, details of beliefs, ...
Local Community Links
Local Community Links
At St James Pre-School Children Learn Through Play! For ages 21/2 - 5 years, open 9:15am - 12:15pm Monday to Friday. Our Parent & Toddler Group is for 0 - 2 years, Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 12:00 pm (Term Time Only)
Woolton Primary School is located in Woolton, south east of Liverpool on Out Lane. The school is of mixed sex and the age range of 3-11 years old. We operate a Breakfast Club and After School Club, have an active Parents and Friends' Association and also have a Parent Council which meets regularly.
The WVRA, whose motto is Without fear or favour, was formed in 1981 and are British Trust for Conservation volunteers.
Ticket To Read are an amazing group of Woolton residents that are passionate about books and their community. Check out their Facebook page here.
St Mary's Woolton is served by the Redemptorist Community at Bishop Eton and works together with St James as part of the Churches Together community.
A lively Anglican Church located in Woolton, working with St James a part of the Churches Together community.
Strawberry Field, the iconic site immortalised by The Beatles and John Lennon, now serves as a unique addition to Beatles tourism, with responsible tourism at its heart.