Returning to the building

We plan to return to the building for services on Sunday 2nd May 2021, at the usual time of 11am.  

Social distancing measures will be in place. 

Responding to Coronavirus

Unfortunately we are having to suspend all gatherings at the church, this includes Sunday worship and music events.  Please see our detailed response in the letter on our main page.  We are still here, but scattered, present but absent.  We are still being the church at Waterloo.  Please keep in touch, keep supporting, keep encouraging, and staying connected.  Get in touch if we can help in any way.  (March 2020)

We're delighted to be holding a baptismal service on Sunday 9th February at 3pm.  The service will be in our main church building.  Please join us if you can.

Our first music night of 2020 is on Friday January 31st when local classical guitarist Tony Crotty will perform.  Tickets are available now, and will be on the door.  We hope you can join us. 

Christmas Services at Waterloo United Free Church

  • Coming up - events at Waterloo United Free Church Open Arts in 2020

Summer Fun at the Marina

The Beach Life team and a few photos from the Beach Life event.  

We had a great time at the Marina providing all sorts of activities over three afternoons during August 2019.  Thanks to everyone for taking part and who came along and joined in the fun.

We're really excited to be doing Beach Life this year.  For a few afternoons in August we will be down at Crosby Marina with a host of fun activities including dancing, giant games, craft, and a photography competition.  Come and find us!

Christmas Angels

We knitted over 100 angels and placed them out and about in the local community this Christmas.  Part of the #xmasangels initiative bringing the message of God's love and light into our community.  We received one message saying how finding an angel had made someone's day and a picture of it is on top of her tree!

New Minister Welcomed

On Saturday 21st July 2018 Waterloo United Free Church welcomed Revd Linda Hopkins as their Minister.  The service was led by Revd Phil Jump, Regional Minister, North Western Baptist Association.  During the service Linda was ordained as a Baptist Minister before being inducted into the pastorate at Waterloo. 


Coming soon, on Friday 26th July,  LocTup Together, fabulous local folk duo.  We're really looking forward to welcoming Chris and Ian back again.  Hope you can join us.

We're delighted to welcome back Annie Long and her jazz musicians for our next music night on Fri 31st May.  We look forward to seeing you there!

The Folkus gallery band have their roots in folk music.  They lead creative Christian worship, explore faith and spirituality through sacred and secular song and are quite happy entertaining people.  We look forward to an evening with them on Friday 29th March.  

We had a great evening with the MadUkes ukulele group on Friday 18th January.  Nearly a full house, the Madukes brought a wide repertoire of music and entertained with their encouragement to all to sing along.    

Join us on Friday 12th October for an evening of historical and contemporary music with local musician Tony Crotty.

Friday 27th July, our next music night.  Looking forward to hearing from Chris Lock and Ian Tupling - LocTup Together.

Entries are open for our Photographic Competition.  Download application forms below.

Photographic Competition Entry Form

Basic Computer Skills workshop - FREE of charge.  

We had a great night of jazz with Annie Long and band on Friday 27th April.  Look out for further Friday evening music nights coming soon.

Open Arts Centre launch event

Friday 27th October 7pm doors, 7.30pm concert

Praying Together

Be persistent in prayer, and keep alert as you pray, giving thanks to God.

Colossians 4:2

Tuesday 4th July 10.30am - 12 noon - prayer, chat, coffee at the church. The first of a monthly meeting to come together for prayer.

One Friday 

During April 2017 we hosted One Friday, an art exhibition with images by Jenny Hawkes portraying the events of one particular Friday - Jesus' final journey to the cross. Here are some of the comments from visitors to the exhibition:

Sitting in front of each picture after a walk around allowed time to think of my own response.

The pictures are a really powerful way of telling the Easter story up to Good Friday.  I loved the style of painting.

Jenny Hawkes' reflections are inspirational and beautifully reflect the paintings, which also leave space for our own thoughts and meditation.

Beause He lives, I can face tomorrow.  Thank you for time to reflect.  Thank you Jesus that you are the light of the world.  I thought the art work was truly inspired.

Good to see these traditional images in a new way and be challenged to follow the journey again.  Thank you.

Wonderful exhibition.  So much detail.  I feel so uplifted. The events of Easter brought to life.

Powerful, striking picture - reflect the messages of our faith.  The paintings lead to the fture of faith, hope and love following Our Lord's resurrection.