Sunday 19th September 2021

Ainsdale Notices 27.6Lectionary Readings 19th September 2021 Jeremiah 11.18-20; Psalm 54; James 3.13-4.3,7-8a; Mark 9.30-37 Prayer O God, surer than the breaking of the day, in the morning, fill us with your love, and in the evening, as the dew falls, refresh us with...

12th September 2021

Ainsdale Notices 27.6Lectionary Readings 12th September 2021 Isaiah 50.4-9a; Psalm 116.1-9; James 3.1-12; Mark 8.27-38 Bible Study The Bible study planned for Tuesday 7th will now take place on Tuesday 14th September at 10.30am in the choir vestry. Prayer God our...

Sunday 1st August 2021

Lectionary Readings 1st August 2021 Exodus 16.2-4,9-15; Psalm 78.23-29; Ephesians 4.1-16; John 6.24-35 Prayer Almighty God, your Son has opened for us a new and living way into your presence. Give us new hearts and constant wills to worship you in spirit and in truth;...

Sunday 11th July 2021

Lectionary Readings 11th July 2021 Amos 7.7-15; Psalm 85.8-13; Ephesians 1.3-14; Mark 6.14-29 Prayer Give us, we pray, gentle God, a mind forgetful of past injury, a will to seek the good of others and a heart of love, that we may learn to live in the way of your Son,...

Sunday 4th July 2021

Lectionary Readings 4th July 2021 Ezekiel 2.1-5; Psalm 123; 2 Corinthians 12.2-10; Mark 6.1-13 Prayer Servant Lord, grant us both the opportunity and the will to serve you day by day. May all that we do and how we bear each other’s burdens be our offering of love and...

Sunday 27th June 2021

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Sunday 14th June 2021

Lectionary Readings 13th June 2021 Ezekiel 17.22-24; Psalm 92.1-4,12-15; 2 Corinthians 5.6-10(11-13)14-17; Mark 4.26-34 Prayer Your glory, O God, fills heaven and earth and all creation resounds with your praise. As we rejoice in your presence, may we know your power...

Sunday 6th June 2021

Service led by Rev Ann Hall – Holy Communion 13th June - Service led by Rev Sonya Marshall – Parade Lectionary Readings 6th June 2021 Genesis 3.8-15; Psalm 130; 2 Corinthians 4.13-5.1; Mark 3.20-35 Prayer God, faithful and true, you call every generation to make a...

Sunday 30th May 2021

Lectionary Readings Sunday 30th May Isaiah 6.1-8; Psalm 29; Romans 8.12-17; John 3.1-17 Prayer Father God, you have created all things and through Christ revealed your salvation in all the world. Give us a vision of your glory and by your Holy Spirit fill us with life...

Sunday 23rd May 2021

AINSDALE METHODIST CHURCH Lectionary Readings Sunday 23rd May Acts 2.1-21; Ezekiel 37.1-14; Psalm 104.24-34,35b; Romans 8.22-27; John 15.26-27; 16.4b-15   Prayer Almighty God, who on the day of Pentecost sent your Holy Spirit on the disciples with the wind from heaven...


Ainsdale Methodist Church is a warm, friendly, caring Church at the heart of the Ainsdale Community. Our mission statement is to share locally and globally in the whole Church’s purpose of the worship of God and the care of people. We aim to do this through our varied programme of worship, study and fellowship activities and through the work of the Care Scheme sponsored by Ainsdale Methodist Church.

Worship times:
Our usual times of worship are 10.45am (Holy communion usually the first Sunday of the month), 6.30pm – Holy Communion usually second Sunday of the month, and 9am – Holy Communion usually on the third Sunday of the month.

Where we are:
Ainsdale Methodist Church is by the Village Green on Liverpool Road at Ainsdale. View Location Map This site has been designed to comply with the safeguarding guidelines of the Methodist Church. Details of the guidelines can be found on the Methodist Church Website.





The membership at Ainsdale Methodist Church firmly believe that Church premises should be used seven days a week, not just on a Sunday. To support this belief we have four rooms available for hire which will cater for gatherings of from 8 to 150 people. The rooms are available for one session or repeated sessions Ainsdale Methodist Church has a strict no smoking, no gambling and no alcohol policy covering all of their premises.

  • The smallest room we have can accommodate a meeting of 8 to 10 people.
  • The next size room can accommodate a meeting of 12 to 14 people.
  • We have a small hall which is suitable for gatherings of up to 50 people.
  • The large hall will cater for a maximum of 150 people.

Tables and chairs are available for use in all rooms. We also have a catering standard kitchen where tea and coffee or lightmeals can be prepared. The preparation of refreshments, if required, is the responsibility of the group making the booking.

The building has disabled access to all the rooms offered for hire. Toilet facilities, including disabled, are provided in the building.

For further details including availability, hire charges and terms and conditions please contact Gordon Jackson on: 01704 578362.

Main Hall
Small Hall
Chapel Café
Fully Equiped Kitchen


THE GARDEN OF REMEMBRANCE at Ainsdale was dedicated at Easter 1999. The purpose of the Garden is to provide a focal point in Ainsdale for the ashes of loved ones to be scattered *  The Garden is set in a quiet and peaceful location and provides opportunity to lay flowers and visit at appropriate times.

Ashes are usually placed in the ground during a short service and although the Church Council made a decision not to use name plaques to mark the location of loved ones however granite stones can be placed in the ground as a personal marker.

Many people also choose to put shrubs or plants around the area around which their loved ones are placed.

The amount of time between a cremation and ashes being scattered is a very personal thing and is different in every situation. Usually it is done in the period between a month and a year following cremation but there are no hard and fast rules.

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