Facilities and features
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Unisex individual toilets
Room to change if desired
Don't be put off by the big steps at the front of our historic building! There's a ramped entrance at the side of the building.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
St Brides is a Grade 2* listed building, an important part of the Georgian Quarter Conservation Area streetscape. We are often asked if it was originally a church, and the answer is yes! It was purpose built as a privately funded church in 1829.
Music and Worship
Groups, Courses and Activities
We have a variety of groups and courses to help you explore your faith. Soul Friends groups are small groups that meet roughly monthly, usually in member's homes. Our Theological Book Group meets approximately every 6 weeks to discuss a book that we have read.
Our next 'Introduction to Christianity' course will take place from January 2019.
For further details and to join any of these, contact the Rector, Miranda Threlfall-Holmes, [email protected]
Narcotics Anonymous meet in the church on Sunday lunchtimes.
Red Cross meet in the church on Fridays, and MRRANG for refugee/asylum seeking women on Tuesdays. The Micah Foodbank on Thursdays is open to all, no referral needed.
Roger Smalley's Homeless Meals project has been feeding the homeless from St Brides for over 20 years on Thursday evenings.
Help for Visitors
Micah Liverpool run a weekly foodbank here, supported by St Bride's, on a Thursday 12-2.
We aim to be a Fairtrade church, and a Fairtrade stall is available monthly on a Sunday.
St Bride's has a variety of spaces to hire, from small meeting rooms to the main hall. There is a good kitchen available. Our rates are currently £16/hour for community groups, £200 for commercial evening bookings for gigs etc. All enquiries to [email protected]