We are excited to welcome you at any of our Sunday services each week. To find out more about this location, have a read below. If you have any other questions not answered here, get in touch with us, including if you are planning to visit and would like someone to look out for you.
We have two services which begin at 9.30am and 11am.
The services last for around an hour.
Off Meadway Rd, Cheadle Hulme,
Stockport SK8 5NZ
Every Sunday we have kids’ groups (ages 0-11) to help kids encounter God in a way that is bursting with fun and energy. We also have family events, fun days out and more!
Registration for kids groups is before each service.
Parking, including designated disabled parking spaces is available on site in the car park in front of the Brockbank Centre building. Turn off Ladybridge Road onto Meadway and turn immediately left into the driveway signposted as Ladybridge Connect.
There is ample public transport to Cheadle Hulme village, including trains to Cheadle Hulme station and several buses. The 313, 368 and 42B buses stop on Ladybridge Road near the entrance to Ladybridge Connect.
The Brockbank Centre and Pavilion buildings have level access from the car park throughout the entire grounds.
There is level access from the grounds into the Brockbank Centre via an entrance foyer and several other doors around the sides of the building.
There is level access from the grounds into the Pavilion via doors on two sides of the building.
The main external doors into the Brockbank Centre open outwards and are opened manually. At service times there's someone around to help. Internal doors are all wide enough for wheelchair access.
The main external doors into the Pavilion open inwards and are opened manually. At service times there's someone around to help. Internal doors are all wide enough for wheelchair access.
Seating arrangements are adjustable as required in all rooms.
Lighting can be adjusted as required in the main meeting room.
There is one fully accessible toilet for wheelchair users accessed from the central area and additional ambulant toilets accessed from the corridor of the Brockbank Centre.
For assistance during church worship services there is a hearing loop fitted as well as a sound system for amplification.