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Children and Young People



Tots Group Art Group Men's Group

Rainbows / Brownies /Guides

Drama Group After Eights
YF (Youth Fellowship) Luncheon Club Prayer and Meditation
JC (for Children & Young People) Indoor Bowls Home Group

Tots Group

When - Monday Afternoons 1.15pm - 2.45pm (during school term only)

The group provides a caring environment in which parents and children can make friends and grow in confidence. There are large floor toys and table activities, which help to develop the children’s movement skills and hand to eye co-ordination, also some singing and a story time.

Rainbows, Brownies and Guides

8th Runcorn Rainbows

When - Monday evenings 5.30-6.30pm

8th Runcorn Brownies

When - Monday Evenings 6.15-7.30pm

8th Runcorn Girl Guides

When - Monday Evenings 7.30-9pm

The Girlguiding has an enquiry system, where you can register your interest in joining the organisation, you must select 8th Runcorn Rainbows/Brownies/Guides.

Or you can  email us, and we will pass on your enquiry to the relevant leaders.

Youth Fellowship (YF)

When - Sunday Evenings 8pm-9.30pm

All young people aged between 13 and 25 years old (ish!!!) are more than welcome to join in the fellowship, laughter, fun and enjoyment.

Ten Pin Bowling, visits out, discussions, Bible studies, sports, parties and weekends away are just a few of the activities you could encounter if you come along.

When - Sundays 10.45-11.45am

We cater for children from birth through to 18 plus.

JC runs parallel with Morning worship, where the children enjoy numerous bible based activities including painting and other games.

The children experience Church Worship in a monthly Family Service, and are also involved in worship for the main Christian festivals.  

Everyone is welcome to come and join us on a Sunday morning at 10.45 am.

Art Group    

When - Wednesday Mornings 9.15-11.15am (fortnightly)

All levels of ability are happily catered for, and anyone is welcome to either work or just observe in this happy, cheerful group. A cup of tea is served. For the past few years, work has also been displayed in an Annual Art & Craft Exhibition.

Luncheon Club

When -  Tuesdays at 11.30am-1.30pm

A time for a hot meal and fellowship, for mainly housebound friends who live within a two mile radius of the church. We have a rota of cooks, and volunteer drivers who provide transport to and from the church. Places are limited so please check availability first.


When - Friday Evenings 7pm-9pm

Join this friendly group and try your hand-eye co-ordination skills, or simply come to observe the talent(!) of others. Bowls can be borrowed.

Refreshments are available.

Mens Group

When - Wednesday Mornings 10-11.30am (fortnightly)

The group is open to Men of all ages, and in the meetings a wide range of topics are considered. Sometimes there are Speakers either from inside or outside the group, occasionally with photographs or slides or music. The discussions are invariably interesting, and frequently involve members sharing their experiences – often memorable whilst at the same time being most amusing or moving.

Some of the discussions are on topics of major importance to church members, including matters of belief. All meetings are held in a friendly and informal atmosphere, which enhances the enjoyment of meeting together.

After Eight Group                                

When - Wednesday Evenings 8pm (fortnightly)

A group of Ladies of mixed aged, the meeting is very relaxed and informal, opening with an introduction and a short prayer. There are guest speakers, with a wide range of subjects catering to everyone’s tastes. There are Open evenings when friends are invited along, and trips out to places of interest.

Every year the Group supports a project at home or overseas, and Coffee Evenings and raffles are held to raise money.

It is an evening of friendship and fellowship.

Prayer & Meditation for the Sick

When -  Tuesday Evenings 7pm in the Church Annexe

Each week a group meets to remember in prayer, folk who are ill or who are in any other kind of need. The meeting begins with a prayer that was written by the first Minister of The Heath, then there is a short devotional fellowship led either by our Minister or one of the group members. Some people pray silently, others will name aloud the people for whom they have a particular concern. The meeting usually lasts about twenty minutes. It is a time of real fellowship; those who attend wouldn’t willingly miss it. New members are welcomed. There is a box in the porch into which anyone can put prayer requests. 

Home Group

When -  Mondays from 7pm (Highlands Road, Runcorn)

The group usually meet on alternate Mondays ( with a break for summer ) from 7-8.30 pm followed by tea or coffee.The group is of mixed ages and interests and is inclusive of all. Members of the group hold different sincerely held views and each person is listened to with respect. The group is a Christian communityof trust in which each individual is valuable and valued. The group hold series of sessions which last for 5 or 6 weeks. Each series is self- contained.We try to be open to different ways of thinking and being. By looking at the writings of the Bible and modern scholars we seek fresh understanding of ways in which our faith can be comprehensible and believable in the twenty first century.    We enrich each other through our discussions.    All are welcome to join us.


The Heath Methodist Church, Vista Road Runcorn Cheshire, WA7 4PB

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