Welcome to West End Congregational Church

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If you wish to contact our pastor, Craig James, please call 07594 725116

Welcome to WEST END

There’s a simple message that we want to bring to our community, and that is that Jesus Christ is Alive and that He loves you, regardless of who you are, what you’ve done and where you’ve come from.

You don’t need to be a Christian to come to West End, we want to extend a warm welcome to come and join us with any number of services and events that we hold  here at West End.  

We know that everybody has difficult times in life, and as people who believe in Jesus, we believe that with His help and through prayer that God can do all things in our lives.  We want to celebrate your good times with you and support you through friendship and prayer in your bad times.

God bless you always

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Phillipians 4:6 Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done.' (NLT)

Communication is a an important part in every relationship, and it is the same with our relationship with God. He promises us in His inspired word that He hears every word that we pray to Him. God is waiting, ready, and willing to listen to our worries, concerns, and needs. Whether we are seeking forgiveness, strength, or healing for ourselves or those we love, prayer provides the channel to communicate with God, through Jesus Christ.  We meet every Thursday morning at 10am to hold a time of open prayer. We believe that prayer is the boiler that keeps the house on fire. As with anything that takes place at West End Church all are welcome to come and join us in prayer. Should you or anyone you know be in need of prayer, please contact the Pastor through email: westendchurch@gmail.com.

"Prayer is simply talking to God like a friend and should be the easiest thing we do each day." - Joyce Meyer

"Is prayer your steering wheel or your spare tire?" - Corrie ten Boom

"To be a Christian without prayer is no more possible than to be alive without breathing." - Martin Luther

We Welcome our new Pastor to our community: