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We Can All Be Carers

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It has been an exceptional week for the maelstrom of politics and pandemic issues that dominate our news media. Things may change again as the latest wave of Covid infections plays out, but we thought we would clarify the current position for 360Life Church events.

Our main concern must be: how do best care for one another at this time? And how do we make it easier for those with some misgivings or with underlying health concerns to join in with in-person services and events?

It is a legal requirement to wear face coverings in the church building. Obviously the usual exemptions apply. This is why the Welcome Team will want you to don a mask when you arrive at Cale Green.

Wearing masks definitely reduces the risk of spreading infection, as does sensible social distancing and the use of hand sanitiser. Everyone knows that we can’t reduce the risk to zero by following these measures but facilitating any reduction is a caring thing to do.

Since singing is the single most activity in church that could spread infection, we are asking everyone to wear masks all all times, including when we sing. Times when eating and drinking are naturally the one exception to this.

Wearing masks is inconvenient and may feel uncomfortable. But that seems a small price to pay for continuing to meet together in-person. Caring isn’t only something that we do when it costs us nothing and doesn’t inconvenience us. Caring in the way of Jesus always costs something.

Everyone is now also being advised to take lateral flow tests at home prior to going to social gatherings. Again, a negative test doesn’t provide a cast iron guarantee that you don’t have Covid and are not infectious, but it does provide a high degree of confidence that you are unlikely to infect someone else. Especially in a multi-generational church like ours, it is a caring act to take a test before coming to services. Whatever your views on vaccinations, regular testing is surely something that we can all do for the sake of one another. Hopefully the recent shortages of test kits will be short-lived.

For a long time we have been reminded that we really should stay away from church events if we feel unwell or are showing Covid symptoms. The scientists regularly warn us that what looks and feels like an ordinary cold may actually be Covid. So despite the disappointment that comes from missing church, especially at Christmas time, staying away can be the caring thing to do. At least the increasing availability of lateral flow tests means that we can test first and make informed decisions on this.

And if you do have to miss some services for some reason, at least you can follow the livestream. Some members of the church family rely on the livestream every week because their circumstances force it. Despite the teething problems that we have been grappling with on the livestream, it remains a valid and important way of participating in church events. And for some, it is a game-changer since the alternative would be to miss out on all services entirely. That puts any need to follow the livestream for a couple of weeks into some perspective and the fresh perspective that we so gain might help us care better for those for whom live-streaming is the only option available to them.

Jesus said that the world would know that we are his disciples by our love for one another. Not by our views on politics and pandemics and social trends and the like. That’s why we need to allow love and care for one another to shape our actions as we navigate these tough and challenging times together.

Hopefully this is all clear. If the advice and rules change, we will issue a fresh bulletin. In the meantime, please talk to the Leadership Team if you have any questions or unresolved concerns.

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Church Services



Every Sunday morning at 10:30am in Cale Green Life Centre.

Free refreshments are served afterwards.
Most services include specific groups for children.
Some services include communion.

All services are live-streamed.
No-one in the congregation is shown on camera.

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Live-streamed every Sunday morning at 10:30am to YouTube and FaceBook.

Watch a recording of the most recent church service.


Visit the video gallery on this website to view the back catalogue.

Services are also available to watch at any time on YouTube and on FaceBook.

Last Service & Sermon

Kevin Todhunter spoke on Stairway to Heaven.


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Community Groups & Events


Elsewhere we explain the meaning of the 360Life logo, shown below.

A 360life is a life wholly surrendered to the kingship of Jesus. It is a life marked by serving others. Give Life.

Our community groups and events are invariably tagged with the 360Life logo since these groups exist as an expression of the intent of 360Life Church to serve the wider community of which it is a part.


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New parents often feel the benefit of having somewhere to meet each other and chat about what they’re experiencing. Bibs & Bots is a new weekly group designed for parents with pre-mobile babies. A comfortable space in which to chat with other parents. Refreshments will be served.

Book your session now.

Tuesdays during term-time only
£2 per session - includes refreshments


Toddlers is currently closed.

We hope to re-open in early 2022, subject to Covid rules.


The current course started on Saturday 16th October 2021 at 10am. Free to attend.

The stress and demands of modern living are taking their toll on our mental health and wellbeing.

A Kintsugi Hope Wellbeing Group is a safe and supportive space for people who feel or have felt overwhelmed, providing tools for self-management in a facilitated peer-mentoring style setting.

Wellbeing groups run for 12 weeks, each week looking at a different theme of mental or emotional health such as anxiety, disappointment, loss and resilience.

The aim of these groups is to equip individuals with self-management tools at the same time as providing space to develop relationships with others.

Sessions include group and individual activities designed to help participants to accept themselves, to understand their value and worth, and grow towards a more resilient and hopeful future.

Starting soon…

An estimated one-fifth of the population (9 million people) are lonely. Charity research in the UK says that our culture leaves many completely isolated, in what the press is calling “the UK’s loneliness epidemic.”

In response to this, our Neighbourhood Chaplains team are aiming to help tackle loneliness through befriending. We will offer a listening ear and practical help towards meeting our neighbours’ physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

We hope to launch Neighbourhood Chaplains early in 2022.

Help available will include “helping hands” for simple daily tasks which those in need may not be coping with. There will also be an opportunity for regular phone calls or visits for those on their own who would like someone to chat to. Volunteers will also offer prayer and signposting to other helpful local agencies and events.



Below you will find all the vital information that we think you may need to know about 360Life Church.

But if you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us and ask!

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On The First Visit

On your first visit, the Welcome Team who greet you as you arrive at the church will be pleased to direct you to the right group for each of your children. 

On a child’s first visit, parents and carers are asked to fill in a registration form so we have basic information about the child, together with details of any specific medical or dietary needs and any other information that you wish us to know about your child.

Kids are an important and valued part of the God’s family (see Matthew 18: 5-6) and we aim to reflect this in 360Life Church.

In most Sunday services, the children stay with their families and carers for the first 30 minutes or so. That means they participate in worshipping together with the whole church. Then they go to age-specific groups elsewhere in the building. That’s their opportunity to learn and interact while the adults continue in the service.

The children’s groups on provide a secure, safe and fun environment, where children feel included and valued.

Our goal is to support parents and carers with what they are already building into their children’s lives in the rest of the week, so that their children will come to know Jesus for themselves.

Besides Sundays

Children 4-11 years are invited to occasional extra events that take place at other times of the week.

These include Messy Church, games evenings and film nights. Children are also encouraged to attend special church activities that involve the whole family and every age group, such as summer picnics.

Older children (8-11yrs) attend a weekend camp most years.


The church has a formal Safeguarding Policy for the protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults. All kids’ volunteers and leaders are checked with the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly CRB).


Youth activities take place in a number of different settings.

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The church has a formal Safeguarding Policy for the protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults. All kids’ volunteers and leaders are checked with the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly CRB).

Small Groups

Most of the church’s small groups meet on Wednesday or Thursday evenings in various homes across Stockport.

Groups are comprised of 4 to 6 people - once they hit 9 they multiply into 2 groups.

The focus of the groups is "discovery" Bible study, where the emphasis is on "What do we now need to do...? AND "How did we get on with what we went away last time to do?"

Anyone can join a group and we do our best to take account of personal preferences, although much depends on how full groups already are.

The Covid pandemic has demonstrated graphically how valuable small groups are. No wonder the Leadership Team are so keen to encourage everyone to be part of a small group!

How To Join A Group

In the first instance, please speak to a member of the Leadership Team.

Prayer Meetings

Most Tuesdays, 8pm to 9pm, at Cale Green.

Prayer is simply talking and listening to with God, expecting Him to answer us specifically.

  • Praise and thank the Lord before presenting your request to Him
  • Be specific and ask for what you need, but don't forget to listen to God too
  • Pray in Jesus’ name
  • Pray in faith
  • Obey God and do His will
  • Submit yourself to God and pray according to His will
  • Pray humbly
  • Remind God of His promises when praying.


PrayerShare is a group of people within the church who are committed to praying for any needs, however big or small.

Prayer requests can be emailed to admin@360life.church

Prayer requests are sent out to a private WhatsApp group.

Please be assured that all prayer requests are treated with the utmost discretion and kept confidential within the PrayerShare group.

Giving To 360Life Church

360Life Church does not receive funds from external sources, except for very occasional (and modest) grants that are sometimes given to charities for very specific purposes. The life and ministry of the church is totally underpinned by the sacrificial and regular giving of church members and of others. And this is good and appropriate,since giving to God is a fundamental part of being a Jesus-follower.

This section of the website is designed to help you find convenient ways to give to 360Life Church, especially during the Coronavirus crisis. Please contact us if you need any assistance.

And God bless you as you give to Him.

The church is led by a Leadership Team comprised of three people.

Hayley Wall

Senior Pastor

Hayley Wall is a wife, mother, music-lover and a fan of the movies.

She is marked by enthusiastic passion for Jesus and a longing to see others live in the freedom that Jesus gives. A natural leader, her strongest gifts are teaching and pastoral, both infused by the prophetic.

Hayley is a minister with Assemblies of God.

Kevin Todhunter


Kevin Todhunter is a husband, dad, grandpa, introvert, coffee snob, rugby fan & a Pastor at 360LifeChurch.

He has been part of the church’s leadership team for well over twenty years, first while working in IT and business-change for a blue chip bank, and more recently working full-time in ministry. He is an ordained minister with Assemblies of God.

Kevin’s main gift is teaching. His passion is to build church that is strong in both Word and Spirit.

Andy Eadie

Elder & Safeguarding Co-ordinator

Andy Eadie is a husband, father to two amazing boys and a secondary school teacher. Andy has spent many years in various areas of educational and church leadership. He is passionate about seeing all people fulfil their God-given potential and loves the challenge of helping young people in particular who are struggling in any areas of their personal development.

Andy is the Safeguarding Coordinator for 360Life Church and should be contacted in the first instance with any safeguarding concerns. More information about 360Life Church’s commitment to safeguarding can be found here.

More key leaders

Karen Johnson

Kids’ Ministry Team Leader

Karen Johnson is a wife, mother of 3 boys, nurse and has been involved in children & youth work for over 30 years. After growing up in a Christian family herself and experiencing the importance of being part of a loving church, she is passionate to see that children and families are welcomed, loved, cared and provided for as part of church life.

Karen’s aim is to grow teams to work with each age group, that build-on what parents are already doing at home to introduce children to Jesus; so that they can know Him for themselves and start living the life that God has for them.

Karen also has a heart to see the church being inter-generational and finding ways to reach out to children and families in the neighbouring community who don’t yet know Jesus.

Matt Whittaker

Youth Team Leader

Matt Whittaker has been involved in youth and children’s work for over 10 years. He is passionate about encouraging young people to live the life God has for them. Matt’s whole life story is about how God never lets anyone down!
Fun Facts: Matt can balance things on his chin, lick his own elbow and loves to know what your favourite chocolate bar is….. be careful though, as there is only one correct answer!

Viktorija Faigt

Administrator & Treasurer

Viktorija Faigt is a wife, a mum, and a home chef. Originally from Latvia (that’s where the unusual way of spelling her name comes from), Viktorija feels Stockport is her new home.
Her role as an Administrator involves supporting the Leadership Team, organising events, managing the church website, and everything else that comes in between.
Viktorija is working towards finishing her AAT Accounting qualification and is dreaming of becoming a chartered accountant one day. In the meantime, she is also serving as the treasurer of the church.


Cale Green Life Centre
71 Adswood Road

0161 850 8360

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