Old Roan Methodist Church

Altway, Aintree, L10 2LQ

Church Minister Rev. Neil Stubbens

Office: 0151 306 5134 - Mob 07543 108494

email Neil.Stubbens@Methodist.org.uk

Circuit Superintendent Rev Luke Smith

Tel Office 0151 922 2836 - Mobile 07376248147 - Home 01942 665654 email - Rev Luke Smith


Christmas day Service click to see on youtube

Unfortunately Due to COVID 19 restrictions the Church is no longer open for worship


We have a weekly live service at 10.30am on each Sunday:

Dial 020 3478 5289 on your telephone, When it asks for the access code, enter 145 404 825#.

When it asks for your ID, press #  



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Read the latest Circuit news letter

Rev Luke Smith is making daily  audio or video recordings during this COVID 19 outbreak - click here for the list




A message from Revd Neil A Stubbens 25/3/20

‘The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God’s love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission.’

The coronavirus pandemic means that, for the foreseeable future, we will be living out our discipleship in some different ways: our public worship has ceased but we continue to pray and may discover some new and imaginative ways to do so; some forms of mission have to be suspended but some need to continue and others will need to be developed.

I commend the pages on the Methodist Church’s website about mission during the coronavirus pandemic which include one on prayer.

The response to the national call to prayer from the Presidents of Churches Together in England was enormous and a very encouraging report on it is available.

Networks of support are emerging in many places and our foodbank and Hope Community Church is continuing to operate; contributions can be received Monday to Friday, 9am – 4pm. It is crucial that those who are vulnerable in whatever way, both in our community and more widely, are at the heart of our prayers, concerns, and actions.

The Revd Neil A Stubbens


Although there are no services her during the coronavirus pandemic we can join worship online at:-



Each week there will be a " Worship if you are unable to attend Church" sheet

click here for the latest copy



Rev Luke Smith is going to be making a number of audio or video recordings during this COVID 19 outbreak - click here for the list

Mission Statement ... "to encourage new people into the life of the Church and equip the Church family in preparation for mission and outreach into the community and beyond."

Prior to the building of their own church, the Methodist community held services in the Aintree British Legion (where B&Q now stands), until the building became dilapidated; when services were held in the homes of any good folk who were willing and able to accommodate. The foundation stone for the church was laid on 25th September 1954 and the day of dedication was 10th December 1955. The Old Roan Methodist Church is not far from your home, on Altway in Aintree Village and we want to offer you an open hand of friendship. You are warmly welcome to join with us on a Sunday or to become involved in any of our organizations. Old Roan Methodist Church is here to help you, pray for you, share with you and welcome you and we are always open to new people who want to become part of a church with a "heart for the community". We are a lively all-age church and would love to share with you and get to know you at OLD ROAN METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday 11.00am Family Worship Sunday School & Crèche Sunday 6.30pm Quieter Evening Worship Holy Communion is celebrated regularly. Baptisms take place regularly within the main Sunday service. Our worship tries to accommodate a broad range of tastes from traditional to more informal & contemporary preferences. Special services e.g. Healing, Iona, Songs of Praise and others are arranged as appropriate. Bible Study Groups also meet regularly. Our Church Prayer Chain will pray for you with any prayer requests. The church offers a confidential counseling service to any in need.

For pastoral matters – including a Thanksgiving after the Birth or Adoption of a Child, a Baptism, a Marriage, or a Funeral – please contact The Revd Neil Stubbens (0151 306 5134 or 07543 108494).




Please note that other than the Food Bank there will be no Church services or Activities during the CONVID 19 Pamdemic


Sunday 11.00am - Morning Worship

Sunday 11.00am - 'Sunday Space' - young people

Sunday 6.00pm - Together for Prayer & Praise - Monthly




9.45am - SMILE (Adults living with chronic pain)

10.00am - Art Class

11.30am - Chair Exercises

3.30pm - After School Club

6.45pm - Yoga


3.30pm - After School Club

6.00pm - Weightwatchers


10.30am Children's Storytime

12.00pm Lunch Time (Fortnightly)

3.30pm - After School Club

6.30pm - Beavers

6.45pm - Yoga


10.00am - Weightwatchers

11.00am - Friendly Hour - Monthly

3.30pm - After School Club

7.30pm - Cafe Church - Monthly


3.30pm - After School Club

6.30pm - Cubs

8.00pm - Scouts

8.00pm - Explorer Scouts


10.00am - Violin Classes

10.00am - Coffee Time - Monthly

12.00am - Style Dance


Gift Service with all toys and clothing going to support the work of Liverpool City Mission


Lunchtime Christmas party



Meet some of our Church members & 2nd Aintree Village Scout Group


Harvest Festival 2017

Morning worship - planting seeds in the good soil