Ormskirk Street United Reformed Church


The church was erected in 1976 to replace existing buildings. Situated in St. Helens town centre, it occupies a prominent position set on a busy main thoroughfare and has a most distinctive form and design. The overall shape is one which reflects a Bedouin tent, to signify that God's people are a travelling people always moving on. It is three storeys, of brick and concrete construction with a metal and mineralised felt roof. It is used as a church and community building, which is open seven days a week. The church, including the church hall, is under one roof and has its own car park. Apart from the church occupation it is used by 26 other organisations, including several charities, disabled and educational groups, on a regular basis.

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