May we extend a very warm welcome to all who wish to find out more about Hoole United Reformed Church or to join us in our Worship of God, whether you are a long standing Christian or seek to know more about our faith.

We hope you will find this website useful.

As well as our Sunday Services we have a number of other activities going on in the church, all of which are open to anyone, whether church members or not, who would like to be involved.

In 2018 HOOLE UNITED REFORMED CHURCH celebrated 60 years of worship and witness on this site from its move from the ‘Tin Chapel’ in Walker Street in 1958 to the present day.

This picture was painted by Rev Alan Wise, a member of Hoole URC


Weekly Diary


Morning Worship 10.30am followed by refreshments and time of fellowship in the Church Hall.



Luncheon Club (for the elderly)  12.15pm – Contact Chris Williams, tel: 01244 345710

Rainbows 5.15pm – Contact Valerie Wynne, tel: 01244 316231

Brownies 6.00pm – Contact Janet Grant tel: 01244 310324

Medau Keep fit 8.15pm – Contact Christine Browne tel: 01244 329988



Mother and Baby/Toddler Group  9.30 – 11.30am – Contact Marie Delaney, tel 01244 303232

Church Meetings  7.30pm (bi-monthly)

Elders’ Meetings 7.30pm (Monthly)



Unpicking Bible Stories — 7.30pm  First Wednesday of the month (See ‘Services’ page for details.)

Prayer Group – 10.45 Last Wednesday of the month.

Beavers – Severn Group – 5.306.30pm  – Contact Richard Johnson, tel: 01244 351130

Cub Scouts 6.45pm – Contact Helen Shone, tel: 07980 306572

Scouts 6.15 – Contact Steve Shone, tel: 07703437217



Men’s Fellowship 10.00am – Contact David Welsh, tel: 01244 349130

Ladies’ Fellowship – 2.30pm – Contact Pam Price, tel: 01244 341554

Beavers -Gowy Group 6.30 – 7.30pm – Contact Richard Johnson, tel: 01244 351130

Community Coffee Morning 10.00-11.30 am – 3rd Thursday of the month



Minister’s Day off

Film Club –1st Friday of the month 2.00pm

Play Reading – (as arranged)


Ramblers   1st Saturday of the Month

Family Film -Quarterly


Alpha course, Bible Studies, Social Events, Choir  All as announced.


 Hoole URC supports TRAIDCRAFT and is a Fair trade church

Hoole URC is a supporter of the West Cheshire Foodbank

and non-perishable donations can be left in the boxes in the Vestibule on Sunday mornings

or whenever the church is open.