Not only because you need something, but because you have something to be thankful for.

What's On

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9:30am Prayer meeting

10:30am All-age worship

followed by tea and coffee

including specific activities for children and youth


12:30pm Outreach

Our Senior Band, supported by members of our church, visit the hospital, hospice, and residential homes around the town.



Coffee Lounge

eat : drink : meet : pray

At the heart of our church, our Coffee Lounge offers reasonably priced food and drink as well as a listening ear.

  • MONDAY     10am - 4pm
  • TUESDAY     10am - 4pm
  • WEDNESDAY     10am - 4pm
  • THURSDAY     10am - 4pm
  • FRIDAY     10am - 4pm
  • SATURDAY     10am - 1pm


Charity Shop

Furniture . Bric-a-Brac . Clothing . Books

Our Charity Shop provides a much needed service of second-hand furniture, books, clothing and bric-a-brac, receiving and distributing goods to support those in need.

We offer a FREE COLLECTION service.  We will come to inspect your goods and, subject to meeting safety requirements, will remove goods suitable for sale in our shop free of charge.

If you would like to organise a collection, or for more information, please call us Monday-Friday 10am-4pm and ask for the Charity Shop.

  • MONDAY     10am - 4pm
  • TUESDAY     10am - 4pm
  • WEDNESDAY     10am - 4pm
  • THURSDAY     10am - 4pm
  • FRIDAY     10am - 4pm
  • SATURDAY     10am - 1pm




Mondays, 1:45pm, Home League
Monday (3rd each month), 7:30pm, Scrabble & Rummikub
Mondays (2nd each month), 7:30pm, Men's Fellowship
Tuesdays, 1pm-2:30pm, Scallywags Parent & Toddler Group
6pm-7:15pm (Term-time only) Rainbows & Brownies
6pm-7:30pm (Term-time only) Guides

If your daughter is interested in joining Rainbows, Brownies or Guides, please register your interest here


Wednesdays (2nd & 4th each month), 10:30am, The Fellowship of Spiritual Enrichment
Wednesdays, 1:30pm, Young at Heart
7pm-9pm (2nd & 4th Wednesday each month) Crafters

Bring your crafts, share ideas and enjoy time with others

8pm-9:15pm Songster Practice

Our church choir rehearse each week to support our worship.

Wednesday (1st each month), 8pm, Worship Choir


Thursday (2nd each month), 1pm, CAMEO
6pm-7pm Kids' Choir Practice

O​ur Kids' Choir is for children aged 5+.

Members regularly attend and participate in Sunday worship

7pm-8pm Junior Band Practice

O​ur Junior Band is for children aged 7+.

Members regularly attend and participate in Sunday worship

8:15pm-10pm Senior Band Practice

Our Senior Band rehearse each week to support our worship and outreach.


Fridays, 6:30pm-8pm, Kidz Klub

Ways we help

Our services aren't just about the things on offer, they're also about the people who come in; people in real life situations, facing tragedies, difficulties, struggling to triumph over adversity.  But we are fuelled by the good news stories of people who have been through a tough time, but who have overcome their difficulties and are in a better place now.

The Salvation Army has a long history of offering support to people who are vulnerable or in need.  We don't judge or condemn.  We just help.

We know that things are getting hard for people - especially with cost of living rising - and we are finding that more families, people experiencing homelessness, students and older people are coming to us for support.  Our focus is on giving people a hand up, not a handout.

Working with other local agencies, we signpost appropriate services for assistance and advice; housing support, food parcels, drug and alcohol misuse, or any other issues.  On a more basic level, we offer a provision of clothing to individuals in need and have a small amount of blankets that we can hand out when needed.  We will provide goods to families or individuals referred by local agencies.


We will happily assist those who need clothing, offering a reasonable amount of clothes from our shop stock to anyone in need.  This includes people coming out of prison, those returning home from hospital, families in poverty, and the homeless.  People are regularly referred to us by The Soup Kitchen, Southport Foodbank and the NHS.


Thanks to the generosity of general public, we are able to provide a range of furniture to those in need, free of charge.  However, there are occasions when we are unable to help due to insufficient stock - this includes, but is not limited to, white goods (e.g. washing machines, refigerators) which are very rarely donated in working order.  People are regularly referred to us by Social Services and other related agencies.

Fuel Grants

Our Community Fund allows us to offer emergency fuel grants.  Many people live with a pre-pay meter for gas and electricity which is loded by a key or card and in a crisis people often have to make a choice between food or fuel; this is where we are able to help.  We will top-up a person#s key and/or card upon receipt of a referral (we CANNOT give out cash).  People are regularly referred to us by Southport Foodbank, Parenting 2000 and Social Services.


We accept referrals from many different services across Sefton: it gives us peace of mind to know the person seeking help is in receipt of advice or support from other professionals.

To refer someone for fuel or clothing, please send them with a letter of referral (and their fuel card/key as necessary) to The Salvaton Army.

To refer someone for furniture, please send a letter of referral to, FAO Peter Elliott, Community Services Manager, detailing:

  • client's name, address and telephone number;
  • furniture required (in order of necessity);
  • contact details of referee.

We will contact the client directly in order to arrange delivery of goods.  If the client is moving into a new property, please give us an indication of the expected moving date.


Sun-25-Feb, 10:30am, Brunch Church
Sun-3-Mar, 4pm, Messy Church
10-11 Mar, Celebrating 135 Years of The Salvation Army in Southport
Wed-27-Jun, 2pm, The Houghton Weavers

Meet the people

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

Kev Askew

Mission Council Leader

Louis Grills

Corps Secretary

Matt Crawford

Corps Sergeant Major

Peter Elliott

Community Services Manager