This page contains information on faith and religion-based support in St Helens Borough.
St Helens Borough is home to people who follow a wide diversity of religions, faith, and beliefs, and to people who do not hold a religion, faith or belief. St Helens Borough Council supports and promotes cohesion in our diverse community, through ensuring our events, projects, and services are accessible, safe and inclusive.
- St Helens Borough Council's definition of Antisemitism (adopted from the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition)
- St Helens Borough Council's definition of Islamophobia (adopted from the Tell Mama definition)
We take action against individual who seek to harm or damage the cohesion of our diverse community.
Report hate incidents to Stop Hate UK, the independent charity that runs a 24/7 confidential helpline for all victims of hate crime, on 0800 138 1625.
Religion and belief organisations represented in St Helens Borough
- Christian Life Centre - St Helens Elim Pentecostal Church
- United Reform Church - St Helens, Ormskirk Street congregation
- Mission In The Economy - chaplaincy services that provide impartial support to staff in shops, businesses and voluntary organisations for people whatever their personal beliefs
- St Helens Sutton Mosque - a community centre to service the needs for local Muslims
- The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints - the Mormon community in St Helens
- Jehovah's Witness - the St Helens, Sutton congregation
- Roman Catholic Church - churches in St Helens under the Archdiocese of Liverpool
- St Helens Baptist Church - St Helens, Hall Street congregation
- Methodist Church - churches in St Helens under the Methodist Church in Britain
- Church of England - churches in St Helens under the Anglican Diocese of Liverpool