St Julian's is a small friendly Church built over 60 years ago to serve a council estate. It has a flexible internal layout - the hall and Church can be combined or separate - giving good space for the many social events which normally take place. Before Coronavirus, the hall was widely used by a range of organisations - mainly for the young and the old, although there were also things like a monthly Councillors' surgery. This is about the only good meeting place in Cottonmill, so it is useful for public meetings and consultations, meetings of the Residents' Association and children's parties.
There is a service at 9.15 every Sunday - more in the Services and Events section.
St. Julian's is a daughter Church of the Parish of St. Stephen with St. Julian: the vicar is responsible for both Churches. Other ordained priests - some retired - help with services at both Churches.
St. Julian's is child-friendly, and we have a good congregation of the very young who have their own weekly service - Tots & Teddies.