St George's Everton

Welcome to St George’s Church, whether you’re a long-standing member or part-time attender, whether you’re born and bred in Everton or are new to area, whether you’re 9 days or 90 years old, whether you consider yourself a Christian or are still searching… whoever you are you are welcome!

We are a church made up people of different ages, backgrounds and nationalities. Everyone has a different story as to how they ended up here and we love to see new people join in and share with us as we try to live out our vision of Sharing Welcome, Sharing Love, Sharing Worship.

Our worship is relaxed and informal. We have two Sunday services: the 9am is slightly more formal, and traditional, with the opportunity to be still and reflect. The 11am is far more informal and lively, with provision for children. After the service there’s a chance to hang out with others over a cuppa tea or coffee.

Throughout the year we run different courses and outreach events to help ourselves grow in faith and share our faith with others. Each summer we go to the New Wine United gathering.

We also host the St George's Pantry- an innovative food membership scheme that brings people together to tackle food waste, bring down food bills and support each other in community.

We are privileged to worship in the world's first 'Iron Church'- an 200 year old architecutral marvel that has inspired buildings such as the Liver Building to the Empire State Building.

St George’s Everton 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 If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at

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What's on

9am Traditional Service

Every Sunday at for 45 mins
St George's Everton
Heyworth Street Everton Liverpool, L5 3QG, GB

If you're looking for a more traditional style of worship, then come along to our 9am service. The service is liturgical, ministers are robed and we sing classic hymns. We alternate between services of Holy Communion & Morning Worship and occasionally use the Book of Common Prayer