WHO WE ARE
Welcome to Christian Life Centre, St Helens. We are a lively, worship-focused Elim Pentecostal Church in the heart of St Helens, Merseyside. Seeking a culture of Heaven with Kingdom values aiming to help one another become more like Jesus.
We are an organic haven for wholeness, a saved and saving community and grace-drenched people; We believe we are called to a lifestyle of Joy, exploring the Presence of God, developing culture of Honour, building Relationship & Family, living Prophetically and bringing the Kingdom of Heaven. Our community is a Family on a journey, and we would love you to join us.
We are CLC across three sites, sharing our values, resources and vision and following Jesus together.
We’re all part of Elim Pentecostal Churches, but we’re working in synergy to increase our effectiveness in mission.
Atherton St, St Helens
Hale Road, Widnes
CLC St Helens is part of a group of churches & one charity: Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance. Tens of thousands attend Elim churches every week. While the congregations range from small groups to some of the largest in the UK and Ireland, all our members share a set of beliefs known as our Foundational Truths.
The Foundational Truths explain our theology and are a statement of faith – they are powerful, non-negotiable and guide all we say and do.
Eldership consists of our three Ministers plus four lay 4 other Elders who are responsible for the Governance of the church.
KEEPING PEOPLE SAFE
Elim is committed to creating healthy churches and safe spaces for all. We recognise the ways in which children and adults can be at risk of harm or abuse, so endeavour to create a culture to minimise opportunities for abuse to occur. Children rely on adults to keep them safe, therefore all our churches working with children, either directly or indirectly, are committed to safeguarding children in their care. We seek to do this by providing a safe, stable, and nurturing environment where children can reach their full potential. Similarly, within our churches there are adults in need of protection, care and support due to vulnerability, whether that is a permanent or temporary state. We are aware too that within our churches there are relationships of trust, which flourish best within healthy churches and environments, where there is openness, transparency and accountability.
We firmly believe that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility, and all involved in the life of our churches and activities have a role to play in keeping children, young people and adults safe.
Elim General Superintendent
If you wish to raise a concern regarding safeguarding within the Elim organisation, please click this link the following form can be used to notify the National Safeguarding Coordinator. A copy of the form will also be emailed to the person completing the information.