We would LOVE there to be Missional Communities meeting in every single area of our city. We dream that these MC’s could be a place of hope, of family, of laughter, of support, of growth, of out reach and of amazing Kingdom impact here in Liverpool.
How do I join one?
Missional Communities (MCs) are open to anyone, whether you know Jesus or are interested in finding out more about him.
The best place to start is by having a good look through all of our Missional Communities on this page. Get in touch with the leaders and find out more about what they get up to.
Once you’ve narrowed down your options, go and visit a couple of the MCs. Meet people and see what they do. No one will be offended if you go to try out their Missional Community but decide it’s not quite for you!
What if i can’t find one?
If you can’t find one that fits there are a couple of things you could do. 1. Click the link below – one of our awesome team will get in touch and help you find a MC where you belong. 2. How about starting one of your own? Jack and our communities team would love to chat to you and look at how to do this.
If you can’t find a Community that you think would work for you then click here and let us help you connect with a Community.
A group for young people to hang out together and spend time with God. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A group of young people who love God, love each other and enjoy meeting together. Email email@example.com
A student community who are passionate about discipling students. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A group of people committed to the 5pm Central service, and making those who are new, feel welcome. Email JennyMariner@hotmail.com
A community for young people in years 7-9; to make lifelong friendships and discover more about Jesus. Email email@example.com
A Community for young people aged 16-19 years old. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A missional community that aims to show Jesus’ love in practical ways to its members and the wider community. Email email@example.com
Ramp Community in Childwall High School for young people in years 7-9. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A Community in St. Margaret’s high school for boys in years 7-9. Email email@example.com
A group of believers, living in Tuebrook, who are trying to do life together and make new disciples in our local area.
A NEW missional community committed to seeing lives restored here on the Wirral. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A missional community bringing together people of different cultural backgrounds. Email email@example.com
A missional community who love God, love people and love the outdoors! Join us for a walk sometime… Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A missional community with a shared desire to seek the presence of God together in a BRAND NEW way. Email email@example.com
A missional community of 30-somethings who pray together, socialise together and ‘do life’ together. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A missional community for uni students who love to hang out together and study God’s word. Email email@example.com
Alpha is a chance to explore and question the meaning of life; it’s ideal for those who are new to faith or those who are exploring Christianity. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A missional community who are befriending and reaching out practically to those in need in our city. Email email@example.com
A student missional community for those who are passionate about making Jesus’ name famous. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A missional community for 20- and 30-somethings who want to commit – to God, to church, to each other and to the world around us. Email email@example.com
A missional community for Liverpool lads from the inner city (teenagers to guys in their twenties). Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you need help finding a community? Click the button below and we’ll try to help you