The Monday Chat Room features the music & ministry of the Chester Deo Gratias Choir

The Monday Chat Room features the work and music of the Chester Deo Gratias Choir and they have two concerts during the month of June during the weekend of the Queen’s official birthday and the concerts will include music with a royal connection.

The programme will include two of Handel’s Coronation anthems, Zadok the Priest and ‘Let thy hand be strengthened’. Also The Hallelujah chorus as which happens to be the Queen’s favourite piece of music. Plus a selection of music featured in various coronation celebrations, ‘I will not leave you comfortless’ by Byrd and Stainer’s ‘Gloria’.

The Bible Society have published a book called ‘The Servant Queen’ and so the choir will be singing an arrangement of ‘The Servant King’. Add to that a selection of music from Bach and Karl Jenkins. They will  have a superb young 17 year old pianist for both concerts, Toby Stanford from Abbeygate College and he will be their guest soloist.

There will be two performances over the weekend at All Saints Church in Hoole, Chester on Sat 11th June and at Elton Church Hall on Sunday June 12th both commencing at 7.30pm.  The Chat Room can be heard on Monday from 13:30 & Tuesday & Friday Summer concert_flyer


The Great Destinations Radio Show launches this Saturday evening at 8:30 here on Flame CCR. Join Keri Jones for weekly location reports, travel tips and conversation about the world’s best places to visit:

– On this week’s show Keri visits Tortola and Anegada in the British Virgin Islands

– This week’s landmark to visit is to Ayer’s Rock also known as Uluru in the Aussie outback

– We meet travel author James Lowen who has written ‘A Summer Of British Wildlife”

– In Hobby Holidays you’ll hear about Singing holidays in Britain and Italy

– Event Horizon looks ahead to The Dublin Port Festival, St Albans’ Alban Festival and Secret Solstice in Iceland

– In 60-second staycation, David Taylor of Shaftesbury Tourist Information Centre has one minute to encourage you to visit “.


St Paul's Road Mission - the church with the big text, and home of our studios

St Paul’s Road Mission celebrates a significant milestone this month celebrating their 150th anniversary with special events taking place through the weekend with a special anniversary service at 7pm on Saturday 21st May and Sunday services at 11am and 6:30pm on 22nd May. Flame Christian & Community Radio will be celebrating with the members of St Pauls in recognition of the goodness of God and the fellowship and support the church have shown to Flame for many years. An hour of favourite and significant hymns to help mark the 150th anniversary will be broadcast on Flame CCR at 17:30 on Saturday and repeated again on Sunday at 12 noon.

St Paul’s Mission is located in Rock Ferry, Birkenhead and in the 1860’s the area experienced a mighty movement of the Holy Spirit in an outpouring of revival and a special programme will be broadcast on Saturday at 12:15pm and repeated on Sunday at 13:45 and finally but not least a very special Chat Room programme with Peter McGrath sharing his testimony with the focus on the amazing love of God and his power to transform lives. You can tune in and hear this Chat Room Special with a powerful story to share on Saturday from 18:30 and on Sunday from 18:00


Cheryl Fergison

THE BREAKFAST MIX on Thursday was broadcast LIVE from Liverpool City Centre and thank you to Christian Aid and the BIG BREKKIE organised by the MiTE City Centre Chaplains and hosted by Wildwood Kitchen, Church Street, Liverpool. It was a wonderful morning and a privilege for Flame CCR to share in this significant event and raise funds to help the poorest of the poor in Bangladesh. We met so many people, made new friends and enjoyed playing the music to help begin the day in the right way, and we enjoyed the sausage butties cooked to perfection by the Wildwood Kitchen chef. Thank you to actress Cheryl Fergison who called in for breakfast and gave her time to chat to us on the radio. Cheryl played the part of Heather Trott in the long running BBC ONE soap opera EastEnders from 2006 – 2012

A great morning, thank you to everyone for your support and every blessing to everyone involved and for providing an excellent fund raising event and making a difference to peoples lives.



The Flame Sound Stage hosted some of the best Christian singer/songwriters from our region at the Pentecost Pageant in Liverpool City Centre today on the Metropolitan Cathedral Plaza. Neale Roddy, Ruth Anne, Liam Moore, Ian Yates and local poet John Hulme and actress Phina Oruche helped to make the afternoon a challenge and a blessing to all who stopped to listen. This was part of the Pentecost Pageant in Hope Street celebrating the birthday of the Church as recorded in the Acts of the Apostles. Today incidentally land-marked Flame’s 16th birthday, Flame first going on air at Pentecost 2000 to celebrate the Church’s birthday.

Our New Website

We are grateful to our two local Anglican Bishops who have contributed finance towards this website and other publicity material for Flame CCR.

We would like to thank Josh Morley & Marketing the Change; an online marketing agency that specialises in increasing website visibility, web design and maximising businesses ROI.

They aim to be more than just a business to make money but want to make a real and positive difference in this world, especially with their non-profit web site design.  This is done in a number of ways from helping non-profit organisations with their online presence to supporting projects around the world and at home.

You can hire Josh through Codeable or speak to Marketing the Change about their custom Web Design & SEO Marketing Plans.

Visits to the Local Christian Radio Station

Visits to the Local Christian Radio Station … here at Flame CCR we offer a tour of the studios plus a chance to hear live music and poetry performances. Free refreshments will be provided.

Church groups are welcome as are interested individuals. Flame CCR asks that you let us know in advance if you intend to come (so that adequate catering can be arranged).

Phone 0151 643 1696 or email John Cheek, who is Flame’s liaison officer as well as being a placement worker at St. Luke’s church, Huntington, Chester.

John said: “Flame is helping to bring Christians together, from across the denominations and across Merseyside and the North-West. Anyone with any or no radio experience is welcome to come and get involved with us.”

Flame broadcasts on 1521 medium-wave (AM) and can also be heard online