Our Area

The Association covers a relatively compact district in the North West of England with Liverpool at its centre. The congregations vary in size of congregation, style and size of building and style of worship.

Two of the Liverpool congregations - Ancient Chapel of Toxteth and Gateacre Chapel - along with those in Ashton-in-Makerfield and Warrington represent some of the oldest Unitarian Chapels in the country.

Meanwhile Ullet Road Church in Liverpool must be one of the largest British Unitarian Churches.

In Cheshire the congregation of Matthew Henry's Chapel worship at the Officers Club in Plas Newton Lane, Chester.

Two congregations can be found on the coast of Merseyside: the Southport congregation shares premises with a Spiritualist church close to the centre of the town whilst the congregation on Wirral meets at Heswall Quaker Meeting House.

Lastly, on the Isle of Man a small Fellowship meets from time to time in the homes of the members.