The present church was consecrated by Dr. Ryle, Bishop of Liverpool on Wednesday 1st November 1882. At that time it was a chapel-of-ease to the parish church of St Davids of Haigh and Aspull, but very soon after the consecration of the church it was constituted a new parish. Prior to St Elizabeth's being built the small church of St Margarets, Pennington Green commonly known as Hindley Hall Chapel was used for weeekly worship by those living in the vicinity. The present Vicarage was built in the grounds of the old Gerrard Hall on Bolton Road in 1932.
Records of the building :-
Built by J Medland Taylor and Henry Taylor. "Red brick and stock brick. No tower. W front with a typical Taylor motif:- stepped up lancet lights for the aisle W windows to follow the roof line of the aisles"
11am Family Communion each week 2nd & 4th Sundays 8am
Mothers Union meets every 4th Tuesday in the month for a comprehensive range of meetings. Something for everyone.
Tuesdays sees "Our Over 60's" meet 1pm - 4pm
Wednesday the Tea Dance takes place 1pm - 4pm
Thursday nights the Rainbows takes place 6.30pm - 7.30pm Contact Jackie Seddon 01204 431577 Pam Curley 01257 422216