Church of England Diocese of Manchester St. John, Heaton Mersey

Facilities and features

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Single disabled access toilet

Baby changing shelf in toilet. Floor changing mat for larger children also in toilet

Sing disabled access toilet

The entrance drive has be re-graded to provide a step free access to the building

Hearing (induction) Loop

Always welcome. Water bowl can be provided on request

Our Building

A Victorian building of no great architectural interest, but having an aisle free nave. The recent removal of the pews has opened the space for a variety of events. Worship is enhanced by the moveable and lightweight oak chairs, custom made for the church

Music and Worship

In use at the 10.45 service

The choir helps to lead worship at the 10.45 service and takes part in local music events. Practice is in Thursdays at 7.30 p.m.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Coffee and conversation - a facilitated chat for all comers on Monday afternoons at 1.30

The second Thursday of the month at 3.30 p.m. in the adjacent community centre/parish hall.

Fellowship group in church on the first Wednesday of the month at 2.00 p.m. Often with a speaker on topics of local interest, or with games. Refreshments provided.

Help for Visitors

Leaflets are available about the history of the church, and the heraldic designs on the windows

Other Features

The church is in a local conservation area. The churchyard has a remembrance garden with bench for reflection, or just to enjoy the sunshine...

The parish hall is run separately by the Heaton Mersey Community Association, which has close ties with the church. Contact 0161 431 3851