See Local Regular Events for more details on Monthly or Regular Events

  • 'Reflect in the City' Monthly Taize and Iona-style worship
  • Come Aside a While Monthly Hour of Christian Meditation at St Pauls
  • FaithShare Sessions and Faith Study Events
  • HOPE Leader's Network meets monthly
  • Lancaster Churches Together meets bi-monthly (2nd Thursday in month)
  • Services of Remembrance bi-monthly at 2pm at St Thomas'  (2nd Sunday of alternate (even) months)


Lancaster Health Festival

'The Lost Art of Living' 


September 21st to 23rd 

The key aim of the event is to start a new conversation about:
•people's health and wellbeing
•what makes life worthwhile and meaningful for them and
•what they can do to improve their own lives and the life of their communities.
Events will take place at many venues including salsa taster sessions and ‘cuppa with a copper' in Sun Square, a dementia café and the launch of Lancaster's first ‘time bank' at the Apothecary pub and death cafes in two local pubs. Libby Lane, Bishop of Stockport, will speak on young people and mental health at Lancaster Museum and community action speakers will be at the Storey. Full details are at the back of church and on Facebook (The Lost Art of Living.)

Full list of events: Health Fest timetable 





 Searchlight Theatre


 "There are No Ordinary People" (the story of Barnabas)


St Thomas’ Church, Lancaster on 13th November 2017 at 7.15pm

Tickets cost £8 plus booking fee from here  

 An unforgettable evening of storytelling, theatre, music and mirth with speaker and author Jeff Lucas. Barnabas, a largely overlooked character who contributed so much to the life of the early church, the evening will call you to live the everyday life in a beautiful way.  Barnabas is a tremendous example of generosity, encouragement, believing the best, volunteering, and being a practical servant in the church. His life also teaches us important lessons about maintaining unity and navigating conflict.


Lyrics and Lunch

Sharing the love of God with those living with Dementia and their carers 


 An information evening for anyone interested in starting a group.

Tuesday 21st November 7.30pm to 9.30pm

at St Thomas' Centre, Marton Street, Lancaster LA1 1XX


 Our singing group for those living with dementia and their Carers has been so popular that we now run two groups. But people from other areas who have heard about what we are doing have said,

“I wish there was something like that where we live!”

So we would like to help set up new groups in new places.

For more information email

Telephone 07486 985 357




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