Church of England Diocese of Carlisle St. Mark Barrow in Furness

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Main Toilets accessed from the Foyer at the Church's front entrance, a smaller number is available at the Vestry Hall entrance in Carlisle Street.

Available with the main Toilets at the front entrance

One available in both Toilet facilities

Installed for Emergency use only. One at the door to the Kitchen off the the main Foyer and one in the Vestry Hall Toilets.

On the outer wall near the front entrance to the Church

Installed around the seating area of the Worship Area

For anyone who may have difficulty using projected words a small number of Large Print paper booklets are available at most Services containing a copy the words projected.

Assistance Dogs

Our Building


Music and Worship

Concerts / Live Music

The two manual keyboard Pipe Organ has been well maintained and is considered as being one of the better examples in the area.

Worship band

Groups, Courses and Activities

Rock Solid - run by Church Members welcomes all children in school years ## – ## for varied fun activities and friendship.

Ark Club - small Sunday School for 3-10 year olds. They meet 10.30am each week during term time, the children explore the story’s meaning through interactive games, colouring and activity sheets.

Bible study
Christianity Explored course

Making Marks - A knitting, sewing, crochet and craft group meeting Mondays 1.00 - 2.30pm in the Lower Room.

Munchin’ Marks - Free lunch with social interaction. All welcome. Monday lunch time in the Lower Room.

Clothes Bank operates Monday to Thursday 10.00am to midday, providing free clothing, shoes and accessories; toiletries/bedding/curtains, for anyone in need. The work has extended significantly as it now supports hospitals in the Morecambe Bay area.


Help for Visitors


Other Features

Most services, with the exception of some Funerals, are ‘book-less’, where all spoken liturgy and sung words are projected onto a front screen and displayed on Video screens which are strategically positioned throughout the main body of the Church for optimum visibility.