'The Foundry Experience' Widnes is our Sunday morning service where everyone is welcome to join us for lively worship, relevant teaching from the Bible and a chance to make life long friendships!
The Foundry Experience starts at 10.30am.
What can I expect?
You will be greeted on the car park by our car park welcome team; they will show you where to park and assist you should you need it. The service runs for 90 minutes. We have a live band, large multimedia screens and a comfortable seat for you to sit in! Our main hall is a bit like a theatre, some people like to sit towards the back and observe when they first come – that’s fine. You will find people friendly and welcoming.
What is there for children?
Funhouse is for children aged 3 – 10 years. Funhouse starts just after our family worship time at around 11:20am and finishes at 12:15pm. There is a mixture of singing, bible stories, and games which will ensure your child stays engaged and feels right at home. The children remain in Funhouse until 12.15pm when their parents collect them. If you wish your child to be a part of Funhouse please register your child when you first arrive at the Information Desk.
Do you have any facilities for children under 3?
Yes, we have a Parent & Baby room for children aged 0 – 2 years. The Parent & Baby room is available to use throughout each Sunday morning service and provides a live video feed from our main service.
What happens after the service?
After the service, Café Revive opens in our large café facility (located at the back of the main arena. This is an informal time of coffee and refreshments for everyone to enjoy. There is no charge for tea and coffee, there is a charge of 70p - £1 for cakes, muffins & cookies.
We also have a Visitors Lounge at the back of the main arena for you to come and say hello and find out more on how to get connected with us as a church. There will always be a friendly face there waiting to connect with you... there might even be a free slice of cake for you!
The Foundry is a place where everyone is welcome.