With Faith in Mind:

A series of events by Churches Together in Lancashire in partnership with MIND to explore mental health and specifically how churches and other faith groups can support their local communities:


Tuesday 10th October 12.00 – 3.00pm  St Thomas Garstang – Lunch provided

To register visit:  http://ow.ly/bWJX30eTjxh


Thursday 12th October 12.00 – 3.00pm Burnley and Pendle Faith Centre – Lunch provided

To register visit:  http://ow.ly/7Nud30eTjG8


Friday 13th October 12.00 – 3.00pm  St Paul Northshore

To register visit:  http://ow.ly/NoZj30eTjRi



Reformation 500!

 The Presidents* of Churches Together in England encourage all churches in England to mark the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation in 2017 with sensitivity as we acknowledge our unity in Christ. We have learnt over the past century that unity is achieved by walking together, and we have grown in communion, friendship, reconciliation and healing. During this anniversary we want to be able to listen to the truth that is in each other, to hear our different stories, and build bridges of deeper understanding and respect.


The Church Leaders of Churches Together in Lancashire invite you to gather as part of the whole Christian community on Thursday 19th October 2.00pm in Blackburn Cathedral for a “Commemoration of the Reformation”.   Speaking side by side at this event will be the National Ecumenical Officer for the Catholic Bishops Conference in England & Wale, Fr John O’Toole and the Vice President of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in England Pastor George Samiec.   They will be joined by the Church Leaders for Lancashire with reflections given by the Bishop of Blackburn, the Chair of the Lancashire Methodist District and the Moderator for United Reformed Church North West Synod.  Also represented will be the North West Baptist Association, Lancashire Quakers and representatives from independent free churches in the County.


This will be the largest ecumenical gathering in Lancashire for many years and will be a time to celebrate our distinctive Christian traditions that have been shaped through times of both conflict and renewal.  The service will be a time of word and prayer, hymns and songs that are dear to each Christian tradition. 


You are invited to come and stand in visible unity as part of the whole Christian witness to the Gospel in Lancashire.

 Places may be booked in the followings ways:


1          By Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e (...)


2          By email to the County Ecumenical Officer for Churches Together in Lancashire 


3          By letter or phone to The Revd Anton Müller, County Ecumenical Officer, The Vicarage, Snowhill Lane, Scorton, PR3 1AY, 07919 438 413


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