Holy Innocents, Broughton Mills

Holy Innocents in Broughton Mills is an historic Chapel of Ease for Broughton, built in 1888 with local labour. It is much-loved and well cared for by its community. The unusual nave and apse design, with continuous roof, is believed to have been inspired by the Paley, Sharpe & Austin design for nearby Woodland.

Our church is open at all times and you are very welcome to visit. There is a service every Wednesday at 11.30am (Holy Communion, modern language) at which visitors and passers-by are made especially welcome. After the service, refreshments are served, including a a soup lunch in the winter months.

Regular Sunday services can be found at the mother church of St Mary, Broughton.

Safeguarding information can also be found by following the appropriate link on the left.

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Revd Stephen Tudway

Kepplewray Lodge
Kepplewray Hill
Broughton-in-Furness

LA20 6BH

Holy Communion

Every Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. for 35m
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Broughton Mills
Broughton-in-Furness

We have an intimate, friendly and informal service of Holy Communion every week, at which we sing a hymn. Tea, coffee, biscuits and a warm welcome to visitors follow the service, with a soup lunch during the winter months.

Eucharist/Holy Communion Hymns Common Worship Meal Refreshments