Whether you’re completely new to church, or just new to stockport family church, we’d like to extend a warm welcome to you. We’d love to meet you in person, so please do visit us on a Sunday or contact us with any questions you may have.
Our main meetings together are on Sunday mornings, but there is much more to church life that happens throughout the week.
If you’re new to Christianity, you may well find that the Alpha course will help you take your next steps forward.
Everyone is welcome - whether you've been to many church meetings before, or are just prepared to risk it this once.
what to expect
Each morning starts with a welcome and a time of singing worship songs led by a band. After some church announcements, we have a speaker bringing a message from the Bible.
are there children's activities?
will it cost?
There's an offering box at the side if you'd like to give, but we don't expect visitors to.
what do people wear?
Our morning meetings last around 90 minutes, and afterwards we enjoy refreshments with plenty of opportunity to chat with others.
can someone show me around?
People dress casually – please come as you are, in whatever clothes you are relaxed in.
There is no dress code.
what happens after?
Certainly – just contact us during the week and we'll arrange for someone to meet you at the entrance.
The welcome team on the door can also answer any questions.
Our desire at stockport family church is to see every person playing an authentic role in church life and part of the church community – both serving and being served.
Get connected through lifegroups, events, serving on a Sunday, serving in the local area, or simply inviting someone for a meal. There are many ways to get connected, please do contact us if you would like to know more information of how to get involved.
We meet on Sunday mornings at 10:30am. Everyone is welcome!
Great Moor Junior School, Southwood Road, Stockport SK2 7DG
However, our Sunday gatherings are temporarily suspended due to the special measures required to combat the spread of COVID-19. More details to follow.