Bootle, Corney, Whicham & Whitbeck

Bootle St Michael and All Angels is an imposing building with a tower which dominates the Main Street in Bootle. It is a Grade 2 listed building and has some notable stained glass windows. Although it was heavily restored and re-ordered by the Victorians, its origins are ancient and it includes some Norman stonework.

The congregation is drawn from the villages of Bootle and Bootle Station. The worship is largely traditional.

Service pattern

Please see the "Forthcoming Services" page for the schedule.


  • PA system with hearing aid loop
  • Level entrance and no steps through the nave
  • Some parking available in village car park in Church Lane opposite
  • Bootle Church does not have toilet or kitchen facilities