Although the current government guidelines permit us to continue meeting as a church, Jubilee Church Wirral has made the decision not to gather together at the Jubilee Centre for the time being.
As a community-minded church we felt we needed to act to help contain this current strain of the virus.
Accordingly, each Sunday we will broadcast a pre-recorded service at 10.30am on our YouTube channel, and will continue to do that until further notice.
We will review the situation regularly and we would urge you all to do whatever you can to protect yourselves and your family and friends from coronavirus.
We will continue to host Life Groups Together and prayer meetings on Zoom each month and we would encourage you to engage with those if you can. We realise this is a difficult time and we are praying for you all, particularly those who have family members who are unwell.
where we meet
Jubilee Church Wirral meets on Sunday mornings at the Jubilee Centre on Hose Side Road, Wallasey, next to the Captain’s Pit and opposite Elleray Park.
WHAT ARE LIFE GROUPS?
At Jubilee, we want everyone to know and be known in a smaller community of believers who can love, encourage, provoke, support and believe in them.
It’s difficult for everyone to know everyone in a growing church but in a Life Group community there’s the opportunity to grow, thrive and walk with others.
Our Life Groups are relaxed, comfortable meetings with tea, coffee, cake and plenty of laughs too.
Pre-pandemic, our life groups met on different nights throughout the week in our Life Group leaders' homes, with meetings taking place in Upton, New Brighton, Saughall Massie and Arrowe Park.
During lockdown, we have launched "Life Groups Together", an online Zoom meeting every other Wednesday from 8pm to give all our church members the opportunity to support each other and ask for prayer during this most testing of times.
Life Group leaders Vernon and Yvonne Martin
Life Group leaders Michael and Helen O'Brien
Life Group leaders Rick and Chantal Robertson
Life Group leaders Andrew and Julie Greenhalgh