I think I have sorted out St Andrews church, it was on Stanley Road on the corner of St Andrews Road, I think that part of Stanley Road later became Linacre Road.
I think the church is now St Philips (don't quote me on that) but I found St Philips Litherland on the Liverpool records office website, so the marriages for St Andrews could be under St Philips. Confusing I know!
If I get the chance this week, I will go to the records office myself and have a look.
This is from Liverpool records office website.
RefNo 283 LIT
Title St. Philip's Church, Litherland.
Date 1863 - 1971
Description Church records. The collection comprises - Baptism registers, 1863 - 1946, Marriage registers, 1871 - 1954, Banns registers, 1968 - 1971, Confirmation registers, 1887 - 1942, Service registers, 1869 - 1961, Annual Vestry and Parochial Church Meetings minute books, 1916 - 1950, Parochial Church Council minute books, 1920 - 1939, Committee minute books, 1908 - 1956, Financial records, 1863 - 1944, Second World War Roll of Service, 1939 - 1942, Printed material, Records of St. Mark's Mission Church, 1899 - 1904 and St. Philip's Church of England Day School, 1926 - 1948.
AdminHistory Prior to the late 1850's there was no Church of England place of worship in Litherland. Local residents had formerly worshipped at Sefton Church or, after its opening in August 1815, at St. Thomas', Seaforth. At the end of the 1850's a room over Litherland Hotel stables was rented and made fit for the celebration of Divine Service. These services were conducted by curates from Sefton Church. The stables accommodation was soon found to be inadequate. A committee was formed and the first public meeting to discuss the possibility of building a church for Orrell and Litherland was held on 15th April 1861. After some difficulties agreement was finally reached and a site for the church was offered by Lord Sefton (4th Earl of Sefton). The foundation stone was laid on 25th Sep 1861. The architect of the new building was W. H. Gee of Liverpool who had been '...highly successful in producing a neat and artistic design'. The church was opened in Sep 1863 by 'Rector Duffield' [of Sefton] and was consecrated on 9th August 1864 by the Bishop of Chester. The first Vicar of Litherland was the Reverend W. J. Turner, previously one of the Sefton curates who had officiated at services in the Litherland Hotel stables.
A committee was formed to raise funds to pay for the cost of the church building and generous financial contributions were received through '...the liberality of Mr. Charles Kurtz...'. The Church, Vicarage and Living were vested in five Trustees, but it was not until 1927 that an endowment was attached to the living.
Three daughter churches were built in the parish - St.Mark's Mission Church, Scarisbrick Avenue, built 1899, St. Andrew's Church, Linacre Road, built in 1901 and St. James, Orrell Hey. Of the two latter, St. Andrew's was replaced by the present church and consecrated in 1904 and St. James' was replaced by the present church of St. John and St. James, consecrated in 1911. St. Mark's Mission Church survived to the 1914 - 1918 War. During the First World War '...the Munitions Department of the Government built a factory as an extension of Brothereton's Tar Works, the fumes from which did very extensive damage to the Parish Church ... and rotted the ironwork of St. Mark's Church and the Men's Institute in Scarisbrick Road'. As a result of this damage St. Mark's and the Men's Institute had to be demolished.