Lymm is the location of our East Warrington congregation. The name has Celtic origins, which originally meant a “place of running water,” and it is likely derived from an ancient stream that ran through the village centre. Certainly it has been a place of life-giving, spiritual refreshment for our community in this area.
Like our south Warrington congregation in Latchford, Lymm is also connected to the English canal ways. The Manchester Ship Canal runs to the north and the Bridgwater canal runs through the centre. And as the Bridgwater canal is thought to be the first proper canal way in England, Lymm was the first congregation to be planted from LifeChurch.
Our Lymm congregation have an evening service, but there is still time afterwards to relax and connect in the Sanctuary Cafe, which is annexed to the URC building.