Communion Service (Sometimes called Eucharist, Mass or Lord's Supper)
- Every First, Third Sunday at for 45 mins
- St Thomas
- Address Church Street Golborne Wigan Manchester, Wa33TH, GB
The Book of Common Prayer (BCP) service was first written in 1549. It contains some of the most beautiful language ever penned in early modern English. In it, Archbishop Cranmer sought to encourage believers to know that Jesus, by His sacrifice, could deal with the most debilitating and entrenched problems of human existence. The pinnacle of the service brings us together with Jesus in the celebration of the Passover in the final hours before His arrest and crucifixion. It makes anyone who will believe a partaker in all the benefits and power of His death and resurrection.
The service is shared weekly with the 8.30 am at St. Luke Lowton on the 2nd and 4th Sunday, 5th sundays are either at St Thomas or St. Luke