Welcome to our Website


The Higherland Church has been on this site and has been an essential part of our community for over 190 years.

Our Worship:

As part of the North Staffordshire Circuit, we have varied worship from very traditional through to contemporary media. We’re noted for our enthusiastic singing; you’ll find a warm welcome ~ it’s impossible to get in without several greetings ~ and we hope you’ll enjoy worshipping with us.

What else:

All the usual stuff, as you’ll see on our web pages, but plenty for all ages ~ Bible Studies; Prayer meetings held at different churches in the Circuit; Fellowship meetings; Lunches [and other catering]

Contact us for details at higherlandchurch@gmail.com

Sunday Worship:

10:00a.m. is our only service at present. We normally include a crèche facility for young children where they can play in a safe, child-friendly environment.

For children and young people up to 11 years there would be 'Kids Fun Church' which gives them the opportunity to take part in games and art & craft activities and to learn about the Christian faith. Check-out our 'Kids Fun Church' page.

And our 6:00p.m. services have been temporarily put on-hold.

We will continue to offer online worship arrangements: go to our Services Details page for the information regarding our own and Connexional worship.

Please note that all our leaders, for Kids Fun Church, Crèche, Boys’ Brigade and Girls’ Association, and the Parent & Toddler group [PATCH]have a current CRB check [now DBS], and are committed to providing a safe environment in which children can have fun while they learn and mature.

Many of our folk are also covered for the care of other vulnerable people - part of the Circuit / Methodist Church Safeguarding Strategy - not just children - and this is kept under review.

For more information about the Methodist Church in this area, contact the Chester and Stoke District at chester.stoke@btconnect.com or view their site at www.chestokemethodists.com

For information about the Methodist Church in general visit www.methodist.org.uk