Serving the churches of Kendal and District
Most of the churches in Kendal and the surrounding district are members of Churches Together in Kendal and District ; which belongs to Churches Together in Cumbria, and that belongs to Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and so on to The World Council of Churches.
There are four national ecumenical organisations, in addition to national denominational organisation.
"Prayer changes everything"
is an important initiative from Ascension to Pentecost 2017. For details see
Floods Sandylands Methodist are now back in their own church after the disastrous Flood Desmond last December.
We are putting together a report detailing how different churches were affected, and what they did to assist others. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have something to include or want further details. For details Kendal flood relief fund click here
Community - In need of help?
There are local organisations connected with the local Christain community that can help you. Find out more by clicking on any of the following - homeless - foodbank - drop-in-centre - mental-health - carers for those experiencing mental distress .
The latest CTiC newsletter is now up under newsletters. There are some exciting events, see the Newsletters
Discover how the churches in this beautiful part of England are working together in a truly ecumenical way. We, as part of Churches Together in Cumbria are part of the county of Cumbria which is the first ecumenical county.
AGM and Plannng Meetings
TheAGM is May 22nd. 7.30pm. at KURC Highgate Kendal. Agenda and Annual General Meeting minutes also Minutes February 2017. The minutes will be on Annual General Meeting Annual General Meeting page.
This year we studied the new York Course. There was a followup "bring and share" meal at KURC Highgte on Friday April 28th which was enjoyed by all attended
Walk of Witness - Good Friday 2017
After a moving service at Stricklandgate Methodist church the walk went through the town centre to Kendal Parish Church. A large number of people from all denominations followed the Cross and the banner, stopping to sing and pray inside the Westmorland Centre and at the "Bird cage".
Easter Day sunrise service at Kendal Castle 2017
The sky was clear, the birds were singing and the sun was rising as 56 people, led by Angela Whittaker, greeted Easter with a joyous service. We ended by turning outwards and proclaiming to the town "The Lord is risen. Alleluia".
Kendal now has four Town Chaplains; Margaret, Georgina, David and Hazel. Do speak to them if you see them round the town.
The 2016 show took place in mixed weather,and the Rest Tent was used by lots of people. Becausse the cost does not justify the perceived advantages it has been decided to forego a separate tent, but hopefully still have a presence.
King's food bank is now involved with providing food for those who suffered in the floods. It had a good float in the Torchlight Procession. It is an initative to provide food for those without any; many local churches collecting tins and are other food - but please not too many baked beans or pasta!