How to Find Us
at Wilbraham St Ninian's United Reformed Church,
Wilbraham Road/Egerton Rd South, Chorlton, Manchester
The church's true postcode is M21 0XJ but we suggest you use M21 0UB for online maps and satnavs.
Where we are based
We are a congregation of Wilbraham Saint Ninian's United Reformed Church, near to the centre of Chorlton, Manchester.
Our main worship service is held at 4.30pm each Sunday.
Wilbraham Saint Ninian's is situated at the junction of Wilbraham Road and Egerton Road South in Chorlton. The church's postcode is M21 0XJ but we suggest you use M21 0UB for map searches and for satnavs. See the 'X' on the map below. (You can use the zoom function on your web browser to make the map bigger and see the street names more easily.)
There is on-road parking along Egerton Road South and Egerton Road North. We invite visitors displaying a disabled driver badge to park in the limited space along the church frontage but ask other visitors to keep these spaces free for those with mobility issues.
The Metrolink tram line to Chorlton offers the easiest journey by public transport to our church from the city centre.
The East Didsbury line runs from Bury via Victoria Station, Shudehill, Market Street, St Peter's Square (stop presently closed), and Deansgate/Castlefield, as far as Old Trafford, then diverts to the south-east serving Firswood, Chorlton, and Didsbury.
The Airport line runs from Cornbrook, via Firswood and Chorlton, and then on to Wythenshawe and the airport.
For full details of the Metrolink services to and from our church, click here.
By bus from the city centre
The most frequent bus service on Sundays into Chorlton is the number 86 which leaves every 10 minutes from stand M in Piccadilly Gardens (located between Piccadilly Plaza and the Metrolink platforms alongside the Gardens).
The number 85 is slightly less frequent on Sundays, and it takes a slightly different route through the south Manchester suburbs, but it also leaves from stand M in Piccadilly Gardens. We suggest you catch whichever of the two buses is at the stand when you arrive.
If you arrive in Manchester by train at Piccadilly station, the shortest route to a suitable bus stop would be to walk down the sloping station approach at the main entrance, carry on along Piccadilly, and head for the bus stands in Piccadilly Gardens.
For details of bus services to our church, click here.