Holy Innocents, Broughton Mills

Holy Innocents in Broughton Mills is an historic Chapel of Ease for St Mary's, Broughton. It was 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 10.00am, to 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.

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Morning Prayer

Every Wednesday at for 1 hour
Holy Innocents, Broughton Mills
Broughton Mills Broughton-in-Furness, LA20 6AU, GB

We have a friendly and informal service of Morning Prayer every week, at which we like to sing. Tea, coffee, biscuits and a warm welcome to visitors follow the service, with a soup lunch during the winter months.