St Giles, Aintree

in the Anglican Diocese of Liverpool

 Our Church Today

The Nave and Chancel
The nave and the chancel form the main body of our church. As you can see, they

are bright, warm and welcoming areas. There is also a comfortable "kid's corner"

to the left of the picture. 

We are lucky to have a Henry Willis organ and a carillon of eight bell that augment

our services.

The Lady Chapel
The Lady Chapel is where our week day services are held.
It is a place of peace and tranquility; found through the right hand door seen on

the picture.


The St Peter Chapel
The St Peter's Chapel was created in June 2005, when the former Baptistry was converted and named in memory of our mother church which used to be located on Church Avenue, Warbeck Moor. It is just inside the church, to the left of the picture.


                                                     Godly Play Room
                                                     Godly Play teaches children to engage with words they hear in church; and can help them                                                             become more aware of God’s presence in their lives. It is a fully equipped space that is a                                                               resource for our local churches. Our Sunday School meet here during the 10:30 am service.
                                                    

'Living Spaces' Garden

At the side of our church is a small, urban community garden. Not only is it a peaceful and sheltered spot, it provides an important outdoor space for wedding photos and Easter services.

The Garden of Rest
Secluded just behind St Giles Church is our Garden of Rest.  It is a place of peace where the ashes of loved ones can be interred, the garden is well maintained and cared for and offers a fitting place for a final resting place.

The Garden of Rest is open throughout daylight hours. To inter a loved one's ashes, please contact the Vicar or Churchwarden.


“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life."