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Our young people are so important to us here at Transform Widnes and we long to see them growing in faith, love for themselves and other people. Currently we run a youth club for secondary aged young people each week where we run games, crafts, a tuck shop and have activities such as a pool table, table tennis, switch, board games and much much more!

Where: St John’s Church
When: Thursdays, 6-8pm

As a youth club we also take part in various events, such as the Queen’s Jubilee party or a car wash, while some of the young people are stepping into leadership in other areas of church life, for example in our kids church or in church services.

We are aiming to increase our youth work provision in Autumn 2022 with music, production and media activities – more details to follow.

If you would like to know more then please contact

Transform Minds

Coming Soon!!!! Transform Minds will be a mental health support group led by 2 local counsellors. The weekly group will meet to support each other while learning strategies for building resilience and overcoming addiction, anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. We are currently fundraising to set the project up and convert an unloved room at St Paul’s Church into a counselling / meeting space. To register interest in the group or to offer support to the project please contact

Transform Garden Project

The Transform Gardening Project has taken a patch of disused grass next to St Paul’s church and turned it into a productive garden growing lots of different types of fruit and vegetables that go towards our Long Loaf meal and other church food events. The groups that work on the gardens spend time together supporting each other, running social events as well as tending to the gardens. The aim is to enhance a sense of wellbeing and community, be productive in the food that we grow and improve our ecological footprint as a church. The gardening project began in summer 2021 and is already beginning to see these things happen. Anyone is welcome to come along and join in.

Where: St Paul’s Church Garden
When: Tuesdays, 7-9pm and Sundays, 12.30-1.30pm

For more information please contact