Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
RE CORONA VIRUS
ALL MEETINGS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE
There will be a limited number of services under covid secure conditions starting on 12th July - please see the notices and calendar on this site for details
Unfortunately the church is closed except for services as we cannot fulfill the covid secure regulations other than for services.
<span style="font-size: 1rem;">A friendly village church with close links to the school and nursery</span>
To find out more do join us for fellowship over coffee in St Mary's Room after the 10am Sunday Service or have a chat with people in the village
Please look at the one off events for variations to the usual pattern of services. It may show the regular service on the calendar.
open every day at least 10am to 4pm
The following information is required to be on this front page. "Gosforth and Wasdale PCC has adopted the Carlisle Diocese Safeguarding Policy -see carlislediocese.org.uk. Our safeguarding Co-ordinators for both children and vulnerable adults are Mr Steven and Mrs Susan Round who can be contacted on 01946 841626 or e-mail [email protected]
The Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser is Mr Charles Proctor 07458 016884. We work from the document "Promoting a Safer Church" -see the diocesan website. Further information is displayed in St Mary's Church. "
St Bridget, Old Church
St Cuthbert, Seascale is an Anglican Church on the coast of West Cumbria. It is in the Benefice of Seatallan, in Calder Deanery, the Diocese of Carlisle. It is a member of the ecumenical Mission Community of South Calder.
St Michael & All Angels
Crockfords contact details
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