What is a Connect Group?

Connect groups are communities of people who meet weekly throughout Liverpool. Each group does things a bit differently but each looks at the Bible together and supports and prays for each other. There's normally about 10 people on average in a group. 

Being in a Connect group is an opportunity to live in community, to learn to love and support each other, and to learn about God together.  

Why do we meet in these groups?

We believe God created us to live in community with other people, and not just people who are similar to us; but with people from all stages of life and backgrounds. Living out faith in God shouldn't be something we work out on our own, it's in the context of meaningful relationships that we learn and grow in faith. 

God himself is a community; He is Father, Spirit and Jesus, the Son. They display perfect love; love that isn’t selfish or demanding, but giving and generous, and in Connect Groups, we are learning to do the same.



Is led by Chris Gregory and Jack Popplewell on a Thursday night.

Contact them by email here


We have 2 East CONNECT groups. One is led by Angela Wilkinson on a Tuesday and the other by Pete Gower on a Wednesday.

Contact them by email here


Is led by James Lang and Naomi Askew on a Wednesday.

Contact them by email here


Is led by Nat Dickens usually on a Thursday

Contact Nat by email here

Central  CONNECT

Central Connect is our student/student age CONNECT group and meets at our church centre in the city centre on a Wednesday. It is led by Naomi Woof and Tommy Welty.

Contact them by email here

City Centre CONNECT

We have 2 City Centre CONNECT groups depending on your location in the city.

One is led by Maurice McCracken on a Tuesday. 

The other by Jonathan and Emma Chevassut on a Wednesday

You can contact the Wednesday group by email here


iCONNECT is our international ministry led by Josh Probert and a team on a Thursday night.

You can find out more about it here