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

  • 'Reflect in the City'  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)
  • Retreats run by Donna Worthington










 Saturday 13th November, 9am to 5.30pm 

at Lancaster University 


 Lancaster Black History Group (LBHG) is a new grassroots community group of local residents working to fight racism through education. Over the last 10 months, members of the local community have been working alongside LBHG members, supported by historians, and staff from Lancashire Archives and Lancaster Museums, to examine Lancaster’s historical links to transatlantic and plantation slavery. Over 30 members from the community have researched the ways in which prominent local families in 18th century Lancaster were associated with transatlantic slavery, and how this has influenced the economic growth and development of Lancaster and the surrounding areas. The Slavery Family Trees project examines their family trees and highlights the interconnections both locally and globally to other families, business and faith groups associated with direct and/or indirect links to the slave trade and plantation slavery. This conference provides an insight into some of these findings by highlighting how schools, university students, voluntary organisations, community and faith groups from across the city have come together to produce and record community stories and learning that will allow local people to work together to face the past, and in doing so transform the future.


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 Online Panel discussion

16th November

  This online talk is linked to the Slavery Family Trees banner displayed in Lancaster University library that highlights some of the key findings of a community research project relating to Lancaster’s black history

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 The Slavery Family Trees Banner Exhibition 

15th - 30th November 

at Lancaster University Library


 A collaborative textile creation, the banner highlights some of the key findings of a community research project relating to Lancaster’s black history.

Learn about the key characters, places and objects displayed on the banner and their links to transatlantic slavery and local history. 





 Advent Icons - the Image of the invisible God



A quiet day of prayer and reflection, watching and waiting for Christ's Coming.

Led by Sr Sue, OCMM

Saturday 27th November 10am-3pm at Christ Church, Wyresdale Road, Lancaster, LA1 3EA

Soup lunch provided. 

Suggested donation £7. 

For more details, or to book, please contact   or 01524 942105


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