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Women's Ministry

Explore the opportunities for women at Christ Church Liverpool.

A warm welcome to all women!

Our women's ministry programme offers safe, friendly places where you can get to know other women at church and grow in your faith in Jesus. 


We would love you to join us! 

every two months, there's an event

Our next event: Women's Walk | 8th of June

In our church we have a great opportunity to enjoy out really diverse community and to invite others outside of church to enjoy it too. We want to create times and spaces for women to get to know each other, build fellowship and have places for deeper conversation - both with people in the church and friends they can easily invite to join us from outside.


A walk with others provides an easy opportunity to have a great day together and to invite people from outside the church, giving them a taste of church community.  Whether you're new to the church or been here a long time, come along and bring others too!  


There will be:

- a longer walk for the fit! (To Hilbre/ along the coast)

- a shorter flat walk with a cafe visit.    


Meet at West Kirby train station at 11am on Saturday 8th June.

Bring lunch with you! (or buy beforehand at local shops)


Any questions please contact Ellie at e.r.hale@hotmail.co.uk

Women's Ministry Vision

We want to provide informal and more formal training opportunities for learning and growing together. We have women from very different backgrounds and stages of life, and God has put different things on our hearts.


We’re going to have regular opportunities for growing in relationship and being discipled together through Saturday Breakfasts - (In Homes) and Women’s Seminar Mornings (at 2 Blackburne Place) .


We’re looking to express the biblical principles of intentional ‘training’ relationships in our church family: Older women teaching younger women (Titus 2:3-6) and passing the baton on (2 Tim 2:2).


Saturday Breakfasts in Homes

We’ll have breakfast together and then an informal training time, by hearing from different women with particular interests or passions.


We want to see the breakfasts:


  • enable conversations that wouldn't happen otherwise, so women to feel part of a wider church community.


  • create an opportunity to use our gifts to build each other up, so we are growing together as disciples of Jesus.

" I love the fact that people from church often seek out those who are new and approached them to get to know each them better. The women's fellowship experience for me was out of this world. When I arrived at the meeting, I felt out of place and wanted to go home but I was made to feel at home. It reminded me of this quote by Harriet Beecher Stowe: 'Never give up, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.' -Eucharia

Meet the Women's Ministry Leadership

Lindsay is originally from Scotland and initially came to Liverpool to work as a Geologist before moving to Australia for a few years. While in Australia, she completed her Ministry Degree, and is now an Associate Minister at Christ Church Liverpool.


She'd love to talk to you about anything to do with Women's Ministry