Church

Welcome to

The Salvation Army Liverpool Walton

 

Through the Love of Christ, a place of Inclusion, Identity and Connection.

 

This church in your community is here for you.

What's On

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Sundays

Our building is open from 10am - 2.30pm on Sundays

(Please scroll past 'Our Programme' for more detailed info about our Sunday meetings and activities)

Our Programme

  • 10:30am - 11:45am Morning Worship

  • 11am - 11:45am Crèche, Primary & Juniors

  • 11:45am - 12:15pm Refreshment break

  • 12:45pm - 1:30pm Singing Company Practice

  • 1:30pm - 1:45pm Break

  • 1:45pm - 2.30pm YP Band Practice

  • 2.30pm Youth Cell 

    • 1st Sunday of each month

  • CORPS FELLOWSHIP

    • Monthly at various peoples homes

 

About Our Meetings

At Liverpool Walton, our services (or meetings as we call them) attract a wide and diverse mix of people from many different backgrounds and ages. Our church is full of friendly, loving faces who’d love to say a big hello. We guarantee a very warm welcome!

Our worship style is aimed to suit all ages, with some traditional hymns, some traditional Salvation Army songs and some much more modern and recent worship. We like to have a mix of lively and reflective. We want our worship to be relevant. 

We also have a section in our meetings, KidsZone, designed to engage the kids in family worship. This section involves kids taking to the stage and taking part in practical challenges with a biblical thought.

We love noise at Liverpool Walton, you don’t have to whisper in our church! 

Why not come and check us out, we would love to see you! 

 

Parenting Room

This room is specially designed for mums and dads to take their younger children to during our meetings so they can enjoy the meeting whilst attending to the needs of their children.

The Parenting Room is located at the back of our Main Worship Hall.

There are toys for children to play with in the Parenting Room which is (almost) completely soundproof. The room has a shaded window and its own speaker (with adjustable volume control for when children are asleep) so that everything going on in the main meeting can be seen and heard in the Parenting Room. There is a door on the other side of the room for access to the rest of the building for use of toilets etc. 

If you wish to, you can check your children into the crèche which starts in the Hub Coffee Shop at around 11am when the other kids activities start. Feel free to then sit in for the rest of the meeting. 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the meeting go on for?

Our meetings usually last between 75-90 minutes. 

 

What do I wear to church?

Come as you are; wear whatever you are most comfortable in. Bring a Bible if you have one. If you don’t, we have loads of Bibles you can borrow in the Main Worship Hall. You could download the Bible App on your smart phone, we highly recommend it! Feel free to bring a note pad and pen to take notes if you like. We often use technology for interatctive slots in our meetings so feel free to bring your ipads, tablets and smart phones. 

 

What time should I get to church?

About 15 minutes before the meeting starts would be a great time so you can park your car, find your seats, have a chat and visit the toilets etc.

 

Where do I sit?

Anywhere you like! We have a wonderful welcome team who would help you to find the seat you are most comfortable in. 

 

Are there kid’s activities during the meetings?

Yes, we have activities that start at 11am. Kids will be led out of the main meeting by our Young Peoples Team during a song. Please see the ‘Childrens and Youth Ministries’ section for more info about our kids’ activities. 

 

Do I have to pay to come to church?

There is no cost to attend church. There is a collection during our meetings but this is free-will. No one has to give; you are welcome to let the collection plate pass you. 

 

Do you have disabled parking and seating?

We do have disabled parking spaces in both of our car parks but we cannot guarantee that they all be available. As for seating, give us a call and we will reserve a space for you. 

Weekdays

Our Hours

Monday - Thursday       9am - 4pm

Friday                               9am - 12pm

Saturday                                   Closed

Sunday                     10am - 2.30pm

 

  • Monday

    • 12:00pm - 2:00pm Home League
    • 7:30pm Ladies Fellowship
      • 3rd Monday in the month
  • Tuesday

    • 6pm - 7:15pm Kidz Club
    • 7:30pm Bible Study
    • 8:15pm - 10pm Band Practice
  • Wednesday

    • 9:30am - 11:00am Playbox
      • Parent & Tots
    • 7:30pm - 9pm Body & Soul - 1st and last in the month
      • Lifestyle Club
  • Thursday

    • 9:30am - 11:00am Playbox
      • Parent & Tots
    • 7:30pm - 9:00pm Songster Practice
    • 7.30pm - 8.45pm Youth Cell
    • 3rd Thursday of each month

  • Friday

    • 9:30am - 11:30am Hope & Crèche
    • 6pm - 7pm Rainbows
    • 6pm - 7:15pm Brownies/Boys Club
    • 7:45pm - 9pm Girl Guides

Vision and Mission Statement

Corps Vision Statement

Through the Love of Christ, a place of Inclusion, Identity and Connection.

Corps Mission Statement

We seek to be transformed and empowered by Christ so that we can offer hope and change.

Therefore, regardless of race, creed, colour, gender or age:

  • We want our Worship to be spirit filled, relevant, inclusive, contemporary and participatory.
  • In our Discipleship, we seek a deeper sense of God’s presence and a focused, intense prayer-life.
  • Through our Evangelism, we will offer opportunities to discover and enhance a personal relationship with Christ.
  • Through Fellowship, we want to participate in people’s lives, working through developed relationships.
  • Our Ministry, will be integrated so that all we do will be based on serving God and serving others and we will be confident in God’s ability to work in us, through us and amongst us. 

Children's and Youth Ministries

On Sundays when kid's activities start, children will be led out of the main meeting by our Young Peoples' Team during a song at around 11am. The children split into their groups depending on their age.

Crèche (Ages 0 - 3)

The Crèche meet together in the Hub Coffee Shop. In Crèche children get a chance to play together under supervision of adults appointed by the Crèche rota. 

 

Primary (Ages 3 - 6)

The Primary meet in Room GP3. They are a very valuable part of our church family at Liverpool Walton. Under the leadership of Margaret Lacey and Becky McGinnigle, the Primary enjoy hearing stories about Jesus, craft and playing games. The primary sometimes present items to the adults at Christmas and Easter and often take part in the main meetings ‘Kids Zone’. 

 

Juniors (Ages 7 - 11) 

The Juniors meet each week in the Community Hall. Led by Young Peoples Sergeant Major (YPSM) Sylvia Wills and assisted by a great team of YP Workers, the Juniors like to sing and dance, listen to stories from the Bible, make things, take on challenges, play games and love making a mess! 

 

   Liverpool Walton Youth Cell    (High School - 25 years)

The Liverpool Walton Youth is a group of passionate young people with strong and courageous faith under the leadership of Corps Youth Secretary (CYS) Chris Longmore. There are about 20 members in the Youth Group ranging in age from 12 to 25. The youth meet for social time at 2.30pm on Sundays once a month in The Lounge and at 7.30pm on Thursdays once a month for Bible Study in Room GP2. Social time on Sundays usually involves pizza, social and a short thought. Bible Study on Thursdays usually helps the youth to look deeper into their faith and their lives as Christian's using published resources, all with coffee, tea, donuts and cake.  

 

Kidz Club

Kidz Club - Tuesdays - 6pm - 7.15pm

History

History of The Salvation Army Liverpool Walton

The Salvation Army Liverpool Walton was founded in March 1881. On Sunday March 27th 1881 Captain Josiah Taylor, aged 25, opened Salvation Army Corps No. 187, then known as 'Liverpool 2', and conducted the first meeting in a converted stable on Walton Road. The corps rented the former stable from 1881 until 1890 when they moved to a larger converted stable on Dane Street. The corps remained on Dane Street for 5 years and then moved back to Walton Road in 1895.

In 1911 the corps was able to purchase the land and demolished the old stable. Plans for a new hall were drawn up and the new hall was built and then opened in the years 1915/16. Additional rooms were added to the new buildings YP Hall in 1925 and an interior renovation took place in 1977.

The building on Walton Road became in need of repair because of age and repeated vandalism. A new building was discussed in the mid 1980's. The new and current building was opened on Cavendish Drive on January 21st 1989 by Comissioner and Mrs J. Read London ICO.

An extension was added to the original build on Cavendish Drive in 2005 and contained facilities for the new Community Centre. The newly extended building and community centre was opened in a dedication ceremony on July 2nd 2005 by Comissioners Keith and Pauline Banks.  

Historical Dates

  • First Sunday School - February 1883
  • Liverpool Walton Band - Commissioned 1885
  • Liverpool Walton Young Peoples Band - Commissioned 1892
  • Liverpool Walton Singing Company - Commissioned around 1900
  • Liverpool Walton Songster Brigade - Commissioned 1921

Liverpool Walton, or 'Liverpool 2' as originaly known, was the second Salvation Army Corps to be opened in the City of Liverpool after Liverpool Central Corps or 'Liverpool 1' was opened a few years earlier. At the Salvation Army's peak popularity, Liverpool Walton was one of over 16 Salvation Army centres operating in the City of Liverpool. 

Visit of AUS Territorial Youth Band & Silvie Paladino

Visit of AUS Territorial Youth Band  Wednesday 31st May

Just a few days until we will be hosting the AUS Territorial Youth Band from the Australia Southern Territory of the Salvation Army with special guest Silvie Paladino!

The Australia Southern Territorial Youth Band (B/M Ken Waterworth) is a composite brass band comprising of the most talented young musicians from Salvation Army Bands across Australia. The band will be on a 10-day tour of the UK Territory of the Salvation Army with world renowned singer and award winning West End performer Silvie Paladino. The band consists of about 35 players aged between 15 and 30. 

The band will be playing at the Isla Gladstone Bandstand in Stanley Park from 2.30pm till 3.30pm. This will be followed by a concert at the Liverpool Lighthouse in Anfield. The concert will begin at 7.30pm. Come along to this event which promises to be truely fantastic and inspiring as we hear the message of the gospel through the music played by the young people and sung by Silvie Paladino. 

Tickets are now available for the concert, which will be held at the Liverpool Lighthouse, Oakfield Road, Anfield, Liverpool, L5 6RW. Tickets cost £10, for concessions - £7.50 and for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) - £30. Get your tickets by calling our Community Office on 0151 525 4785 (Mon-Fri), messaging our Facebook Page or emailing our Bandmaster, Peter Elliott, at peter.elliott@salvationarmy.org.uk

(Keep scrolling for more info about the youth band and Silvie Paladino).

Find AUS Territorial Youth Band and Silvie Paladino on Facebook and 'like' their pages. 

Visit of the AUS Terriotrial Youth Band and Silvie Paladino to Liverpool Walton Salvation Army

Visit of AUS Territorial Youth Band and Silvie Paladino to Liverpool Walton Salvation Army - 31st May 2017

About AUS Territorial Youth Band

The Australia Southern Territorial Youth Band comprises some of The Salvation Army’s most talented young musicians from around Australia.  Members of the band attend various Salvation Army corps across Australia and are actively involved in the music life of their local Salvation Army centres.

Since it’s formation in 2013, the band has enjoyed many wonderful opportunities for music making, ministry and mission.  In 2013 the band travelled to the USA, undertaking a 10-day tour, which culminated with the band marching in the famous Rose Bowl Parade.  Other highlights have included performances with the legendary James Morrison, Silvie Paladino and Dr. Stephen Cobb.

The Territorial Youth Band exists to encourage the development of young Salvationist musicians, providing an environment, which extends members musically and nurtures their spiritual growth.  It endeavours to better equip young people for ministry and mission, encouraging members to use their gifts in their local Corps setting.

Visit of AUS Territorial Youth Band to Liverpool Walton Salvation Army - 31st May 2017

About Silvie Paladino

Silvie Paladino has established herself as one of Australia’s most versatile and talented entertainers.

During 1989, Silvie was offered the role of Eponine in Les Miserables, an exciting opportunity for an eighteen year old.  She continued performing the role for a further twelve months touring Australia and New Zealand to critical acclaim.  She received the same recognition in 1992 when she accepted an invitation to perform the role of Eponine on the West End in the London production of Les Miserables.  In 1997, Silvie was invited to return to London where she performed the role of Fantine in Les Miserables for a successful two-year season.

Silvie’s other Australasian credits include her one-woman show Silvie Paladino Sings Streisand (Green Room Award nomination), the role of Jeannie in Hair, Grizabella in the Australian and Asian tour of Cats, Ellen in Cameron Mackintosh’s Australian premiere of Miss Saigon, Donna in the smash hit Mamma Mia!, Rita in the world premiere of Sideshow Alley and Clara in Stephen Sondheim’s Passion at the Arts Centre, Melbourne.  For The Production Company she has starred in The King and I and as Florence in Chess (Green Room Award and Helpmann Award nomination).

Apart from her theatrical credits, she is well known to Australian audiences through her regular television appearances including Carols by Candlelight for the Nine Network.

She has also featured at many special events such as the world-wide telecast of the Rugby League Grand Final, the Australian Football League Grand Final, Boxing Day Cricket Test and a concert in Beijing as part of the 2008 Olympics. She most recently performed at the opening ceremony for the 2013 Asia Pacific Special Olympics.

Silvie’s concert performances include lead artist with symphony orchestras throughout Australia. She has also toured with international singer Patrizio Buanne and performed for celebrated theatrical composers, Stephen Schwartz and Stephen Sondheim.

Silvie’s CD releases include Silvie Paladino Sings Streisand, Silvie Paladino – Christmas List, On My Own, When You Believe (recorded with the Melbourne Staff Band of the Salvation Army) and most recently I Give You My Heart, also recorded with the Melbourne Staff Band.

In July 2015 Silvie performed at the O2 Arena London, as part of the 150th Anniversary celebrations of the Salvation Army.

Visit of AUS Territorial Youth Band and Silvie Paladino to Liverpool Walton Salvation Army - 31st May 2017

Visit of AUS Territorial Youth Band and Silvie Paladino to Liverpool Walton Salvation Army - 31st May 2017

 

Events

Visit of AUS Territorial Youth Band  Wednesday 31st May

Just a few days until we will be hosting the AUS Territorial Youth Band from the Australian Territory of the Salvation Army with special guest Silvie Paladino!

The AUS Territorial Youth Band (B/M Ken Waterworth) is a composite brass band comprising of the most talented young musicians from Salvation Army Bands across Australia. The band will be on a 10 day tour of the UK Territory of the Salvation Army with world renowned singer and award winning West End performer Silvie Paladino. The band consists of about 35 players aged between 15 and 30. 

The band will be playing at the Isla Gladstone Bandstand in Stanley Park from 2.30pm till 3.30pm. This will be followed by a concert at the Liverpool Lighthouse in Anfield. The concert will begin at 7.30pm. We really hope that you will be able to come along to this fantastic event and hear the message of the gospel through the music played by the young people and sung by Silvie Paladino. 

Tickets are now available for the concert, which will be held at the Liverpool Lighthouse, Oakfield Road, Anfield, Liverpool, L5 6RW. Tickets cost £10, for concessions - £7.50 and for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) - £30. Get your tickets by calling our Community Office on 0151 525 4785 (Mon-Fri), messaging our Facebook Page or emailing our Bandmaster, Peter Elliott, at peter.elliott@salvationarmy.org.uk

See the full 'Visit of AUS Territorial Youth Band & Silvie Paladino' section for more info about the band and Silvie Paladino

Find AUS Territorial Youth Band on Facebook and 'like' their page. 

Visit of the AUS Terriotrial Youth Band and Silvie Paladino to Liverpool Walton Salvation Army

AUS Territorial Youth Band visit to Liverpool Walton Salvation Army - Wed 31st May 2017

 

Visit of Fanfara

On the first weekend of July (1st & 2nd), Liverpool Walton will be hosting Fanfara as they celebrate their 10th Anniversary. 

Made up of current and former Salvation Army members, all of Fanfara's players have a passion and a talent for playing brass band music. They come together to rehearse each month, covering a wide range of salvation army and secular music. Fanfara have done numerous concerts around Northern England and in 2013, had their first weekend away at Sunderland Millfield Salvation Army which was a great success. 

The band of around 35 people will play in a concert on Saturday 1st of July and participate in worship at Liverpool Walton on Sunday 2nd. 

More details to come.

Find Fanfara on Facebook and 'like' their page. 

Fanfara weekend at Liverpool Walton Corps

 

Young People's Anniversary

YP Anniversary 2017 - Led by Major Kathy Woodhouse

Sunday 9th July

 

Messy Autumn

Messy Autumn - Sunday 10th September

 

Harvest Weekend

Harvest Supper Fellowship - Saturday 30th September

Harvest Festival - Sunday 1st October

 

Messy Light Night

Messy Light Night - Tuesday 31st October

 

Toy Service

Toy Service 2017 - In aid of the Salvation Army's Christmas Toy and Gift Appeal 2017

Sunday 3rd December at 10.30am

 

Community Carol Concert 2017

Community Carol Concert 2017 - A concert capturing the joyous spirit of Christmas through carols, readings, dance, music and traditional nativity - Sunday 10th December

Afternoon Concert - 2.30pm

Evening Concert - 5.30pm

Free tickets will be available from our Community Office in November. More details to come. 

 

Traditional Carol Service

Traditional Corps Carol Service - An evening of classic carols, seasonal readings, and traditional nativity tableau. More details to come. 

Sunday 17th December at 4.00pm

Music

Liverpool Walton Band of The Salvation Army

The Liverpool Walton Band of Salvation Army is a group of talented and dedicated brass players and is about 25 in size. Players are all members of the church and range in age from mid-teens to 80+. Members share a desire to praise God through playing. The band was established in 1885, 4 years after the corps opening. Still today, over 130 years later, the band plays an essential part in our worship at Liverpool Walton, and in delivering the gospel of Jesus Christ to the people in Liverpool. The band is currently under the leadership of Bandmaster Peter Elliott. The Band can be seen bringing the message of the gospel at events in the city, such as LightNight, religious festivals like the Pentecost Pageant and at Christmas which is a particularly busy time for the band.

 

​Liverpool Walton Songster Brigade

The Liverpool Walton Songster Brigade was established in 1921, almost 100 years ago, and is our senior choir. It currently consists of about 45 passionate members ranging in age from early-teens to 80+. The songsters bring the message of the gospel to people through singing and can be heard each Sunday during our meetings. The Songsters play a vital role in our worship. The brigade is currently under the leadership of our Songster Leader, Lynsey Lacey, and Deputy Songster Leader, Kevin Elliott. The songsters often take part in special events and deliver programmes to churches and other Salvation Army corps all over the UK and even over-seas, like when the brigade travelled to Holland to deliver programmes there.

 

​Liverpool Walton Singing Company

The Liverpool Walton Singing Company is the junior choir and was established in the early 1900’s. It consists of 16 members, their age raging between 7 and mid-teens. The Singing Company takes part in worship each week and delivers the gospel to our congregation through some truly fantastic songs. The Singing Company is currently under the leadership of our Singing Company Leader, Kat Swan.  

 

Liverpool Walton Young Peoples Band

The Liverpool Walton Y.P. Band (our junior band) was commissiomed in 1892 and is another important section at Liverpool Walton, inspiring the younger generation through brass music. They tare about 20 in size and take part in worship on the first Sunday of each month. The Y.P. Band is currently under the leadership of our Young Peoples Band Leader, Neil Lacey, and Assistant Young Peoples Band Leader, Steph Samuel, not to mention a team of helpers constantly tutoring new members to play their instruments. The Singing Company and Y.P. Band work closely together and much is planned for them to take part in, in the future.

 

​The Worship Band

The worship band at Liverpool Walton is responsible for our modern and contemporary worship. The worship band consists of about 10 members. They lead several songs during Sunday meetings. Instruments include piano, keyboard, guitar, bass guitar, drums, brass and vocals. The worship band leads the congregation in songs produced by the likes of Hillsong, Spring Harvest, LIFE Worship and many other contemporary Christian artists.

Prayer

Here at Liverpool Walton we have a committed group of people within our church who will pray for someone as soon as they possibly can. There will always be someone within the building who is willing to pray with you upon request. If you would like the church to pray for you or for a situation you find yourself in, please don’t hesitate to ask a member of staff or leave a prayer note on the prayer requests notice board in the Prayer Room. Prayers can be left anomalously if you prefer.

Our Prayer Room is open throughout the week during the centres opening times and is a very calm and tranquil place.

Please feel free to use the Prayer Room for quiet reflection and prayer.

Here are a few photos of our Prayer Room

Liverpool Walton Salvation Army Prayer Room

Liverpool Walton Salvation Army Prayer Room

Liverpool Walton Salvation Army Prayer Room

Liverpool Walton Salvation Army Prayer Room

Latest News

Dedication of our newest member

What a fantastic morning, celebrating the dedication of our newest church member. Full hall, wonderful meeting and lovely food afterwards. Thanks for everyone who helped out! 

Here are a few photos of the meeting

 

Follow us on Instagram

Before Christmas we set up an Instagram account for Liverpool Walton. If you haven't already done so, follow us on Instagram and check out our account - salvationarmylw

             Commissioning of our new             Corps Youth Secretary

We had another wonderful Sunday morning as we commissioned our new Corps Youth Secretary (CYS), Chris Longmore. We pray that God will bless him and the Liverpool Walton Youth as he takes on his new role.

 

          Commissioning of our new             songster leader

Another full house this morning in worship which included the commissioning of our new Songster Leader, Lynsey Lacey. We pray God's blessing on her and the songsters as they continue their ministry within our corps.

 

​March Visit to Ann Fowler Life House

A fantastic morning spent with the Ann Fowler residents. Here are just a couple of photos of us playing table top games.

 

BP Sections Awards Night 2017

Lovely night at the BP Sections Awards Night sharing with proud parents as their children recieved badges, certificates and awards. Well done to all the Guides, Brownies and Rainbows. What a fabulous group of children.

 

Liverpool Walton Youth at Youth Councils 2017 - Game Changer

This weekend, 20 members of our fantastic youth group joined with Salvation Army church youth groups from all over the North West of England and North of Wales for this year’s divisional youth councils, Game Changer, which was held at Southport SA. They had an amazing weekend which was full of fun, laughs and food. They learned and spoke about building their church for God and helping out at church and in our local community. Overall a great weekend spent together, fantastic worship and excellent word from our Divisional Youth Officer, Darren.

Here is a photo of most of our youth group who were still there at the very end, some managed to escape the photo.

 

Dare to be movie Night

Excellent night watching the Dare To Be Movie where we joined Charlotte Gambill and Natalie Grant on a journey of faith with their Dare To Be Tour. With teachings from Charlotte and music by Natalie and special moments created to encourage and empower everyone. This movie strengthened and inspired. 50 women gathered, ate popcorn, pick-n-mix, pop, coffee & cupcakes and had a great time together. We also launched our Cherish Conference countdown. A powerful night!

Community Centre Courses

We currently host a number of courses each day ran by Liverpool City Council Adult Learning Service. The courses vary from IT, Art, Dressmaking and History to English and Maths. Please don't hesitate to contact us via phone or email for further information about the latest courses. 

 

Get well stay well

 

Sewing

Watercolours

 

 

 

The Hub Coffee Shop

The Hub Coffee Shop has been open since 2013 and is run entirely by a group of hard working volunteers from our church. The hub offers a range of reasonably priced snacks, hot and cold beverages and some tasty lunches as well as a listening ear.  

The Hub Coffee Shop is open Monday to Thursday (9.00am – 3.00pm)

Please note that The Hub Coffee Shop is only open during term times and therefore is closed throughout all school holidays.

Food Hygiene Rating – 5/5 (Very Good) by Food Standards Agency

Students

A warm welcome awaits all students at Liverpool Walton! Liverpool has 3 large universities, University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Hope University. Liverpool also has the City of Liverpool College and LIPA as well as Edge Hill University just down the road in Ormskirk.

At Liverpool Walton we have the privilege of welcoming many students studying in Liverpool to our church each year. We have a fantastic bunch of youth, students and graduates who’d make you feel really welcome.

Please don't hesitate to get in touch with us by phone, email or social media.

Email our CYS, Chris Longmore - longmore.cj@gmail.com

Email our Student Contact, James Griffiths - j.o.griffiths@ntlworld.com

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Free Sunday dinners easily arranged!!! 

Room Hire

At Liverpool Walton, we have a number of agencies and groups who rent our rooms. Ours rooms are available for hire from Monday to Thursday (9.00am - 5.00pm).

To see a map of our building, please scroll to the end of this Room Hire section. 

There are buffet options available for all of the rooms below at some extra cost.

To book a room or for more information, please contact Jeanette Griffiths (Community Programme Co-ordinator) by calling our Community Office on 0151 525 4785 or via email - jeanette.griffiths@salvationarmy.org.uk 

Our Facilities

Main Worship Hall - ideal for conferences, award ceremonies, school assemblies & productions, examinations and gala/banquet meals etc. The Worship Hall has a large alterable stage and soundproof facilities for children. There is a large Yamaha grand piano, amps for bass guitars and electric accoustic guitars and a drum kit. The AV system is relatively up to date and includes 4 hand-held mics, 2 head-set mics, stage mics and a soundboard for mixing these channels (and channels for PC sound, CD Player, Aux Cable), stage monitors, screen & OHP and white & coloured lighting. There is a Loop system for those with hearing aids. The AV system in the Worship Hall is connected to screens and speakers in the foyer. These can be used or switched off. The Worship Hall costs £30/hour.

Capacity: Theatre Style - 250, Cabaret Style - 100. 

Main Worship Hall - Liverpool Walton Salvation Army

 

Youth Hall - ideal for use as for conferences, a classroom and for childrens activities. There is a servery area through the wall to Kitchen 1. The Youth Hall costs £20/hour

Capacity: Theatre Style - 80, Cabaret Style - 54. 

 

Community Hall - ideal for conferences, a classroom, a training room and a canteen. There is servery area through the wall to Kitchen 2. The Community Hall costs £20/hour

Capacity: Theatre Style- 56, Cabaret Style- 40.

Community Hall - Liverpool Walton Salvation Army

Community Hall - Liverpool Walton Salvation Army

 

IT Suite - Conisists of 11 Lenovo PC's with Windows 10. The room also has a Smart Board with OHP, 2 HP  laser jet printers and 2 HP scanners. This room costs £25/hour.

 

GP2 - ideal for use as a classroom, larger meeting room and training room. GP2 has a sink and worktop area as well as its own private WC. This room costs £20/hour.

Capacity: Theatre Style - 20, Cabaret Style - 12.

GP2 - Liverpool Walton Salvation Army

 

GP3 - ideal for use as a classroom, larger meeting room and training room. GP3 has a sink and worktop area as well as its own private WC. This room costs £20/hour.

Capacity: Theatre Style - 20, Cabaret Style - 12.

GP3 - Liverpool Walton Salvation Army

GP3 - Liverpool Walton Salvation Army

 

Small Meeting Room - ideal for small meetings of up to 6 people or a one to one room. This rooms costs £10/hour.

 

The Lounge - a modern and comfotable setting with sofa seating for 18/22 people. The Lounge has 4 large oak coffee tables and a Plasma Screen TV with Freeview and a DVD Player. There is a servery area through the wall to Kitchen 1. This room costs £18/hour. 

The Lounge - Liverpool Walton Salvation Army

The Lounge - Liverpool Walton Salvation Army

 

Car Parking - We have 2 car parks at Liverpool Walton, consisting of 40 spaces, plus plenty of street parking. Car Park A (front of building) has 10 spaces and Car Park B (Back of building), which is shared with the Childrens Centre next door, has 30 spaces. There is disabled parking in both car parks. CCTV cameras cover both car parks. Vehicles are left in the car parks at the owners risk. The Salvation Army will not take responsibility for theft or damage to vehicles. 

Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Major Jim Duff

Church Leader

Major Sharon Duff

Church Leader

Heather Elliott

Corps Sergeant Major

Jeanette Griffiths

Community Programme Co-ordinator & Recruiting Sergeant

Becky McGinnigle

Community Support Worker

Gill Collings

Community Administrator

Graham Turner

Corps Treasurer

Geoff Kendal

Stewardship Secretary

Peter Elliott

Bandmaster

Lynsey Lacey

Songster Leader

Kevin Elliott

Corps Strategy Council

Glyn Griffiths

Corps Strategy Council

Megan Birchley

Corps Strategy Council

Sylvia Wills

Young People's Sergeant Major

Chris Longmore

Corps Youth Secretary

Kat Swan

Singing Company Leader

Neil Lacey

Young People's Band Leader