Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
Christ Church, Cockermouth
Christ Church Cockermouth is a group of ordinary people bound together by our love of Jesus and commitment to serve him in Cockermouth and the surrounding area.
Christ Church is a vibrant modern church which enjoys trying new ideas that bring colour and inspiration into our traditional services using sound, video and symbols making services more interactive and involving.
We have a Vision
Where faith grows we will be …... more inviting of our communities, more connected to each other, more touched by inspired worship and more involving of families and children.
We will develop buildings that provide accessible, comfortable, exciting and reflective places for all to discover God’s love.
All Saints, Cockermouth
All Saints is the ancient parish church of Cockermouth, the site dating back to at least the 13th century. We take seriously our vocation to bless the town and its people. Being situated next to the Town Hall, we also have civic connections.
After some major interior renovation work, we returned to our church building on Easter Day.
Our Sunday service is at 9.30am, alternating between Holy Communion and Morning Prayer (which sometimes has creative variations!)
Christ Church, Great Broughton
We are an active church, at the heart of the community between Little and Great Broughton. The building dates back to 1856. We have Sunday services at 10.45am; and a midweek Communion service and coffee morning on Thursdays at 10am.
We have strong links with our local school, and are ever seeking new ways of engaging with our community.
Crockfords contact details
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