In light of the current pandemic guidance from the government we have moved to on-line services.
Please have a look at the Service Recordings page to access the services – here.
Please check the timetable and events listings for changes to this pattern and for any special services.
In addition to our services, we come together via Zoom on a Wednesday evening. Please contact
Chris Mason at – [email protected]
In light of national Covid-19 regulations please please contact the contact the Team Office on 015395 35560 or email [email protected] The situation is dynamic and exactly which additional services are allowed and how many can be present is subject to change.
Under normal circumstances we can offer services for Baptism, Wedding and Funerals
St. Mary’s offers baptism services for babies, children and adults. These take place at our main morning service. Those who are thinking about having their children baptised should contact Rev Rachel Stavert who will be delighted to explain the process.
Congratulations! You’re welcome to marry in church whatever your beliefs, whether or not you are baptised and whether or not you go to church. And, marrying in church has never been easier thanks to a change in the law which means you now have more churches to choose from.
For such a special day, we offer a special place – St. Mary’s is a lovely and holy place for you to commit yourselves to each other. All you need to help you plan a personal, meaningful, spiritual and beautiful church wedding can be found here. It is also essential to contact Rev Rachel Stavert as early as possible to help you through the process.
For information about burials, please contact the contact the Team Office on 015395 35560 or email [email protected]
Services, St Mary’s Allithwaite
We are currently not meeting on a Sunday for a service – in light of recent Covid-19 updates we have opted to suspend services in the church building and switch to on-line.
We have started recording the weekly services these can be accessed from this part of the church web-pages.
Useful contacts to remember and pass on:
Pastoral needs, concerns, offers etc to be sent to Isabel Davey [email protected]
Prayer-requests to be sent to Lis Arthurs: [email protected] or direct to Alison Gawith for the Prayer Network [email protected]
As a church we do still want to reach out to people in the name of Christ. This terrible pandemic is a vital opportunity to show the love of God in practical ways.
A leaflet and a poster have been created. If you can, please print a copy for yourself so you know where to refer anyone who wants help etc.
“Now God gave Solomon wisdom and very great discernment and breadth of mind, like the sand that is on the seashore.” [1 Kings 4:29]
For more information on ‘Churches Together’ visit the website: cartmelpeninsulachurches.org.uk where you can upload information to publicise what is happening in your part of the peninsula.
The House group studies various topics, there are prayer and worship. Being a member of a House group provides a wonderful opportunity to: grow, make friends and share social occasions.
In line with Covid-19 restrictions house groups are unable to meet physically – but we do have a mid-week, Wednesday evening, Zoom based group.
If you would like to try out the House group experience or just find out more about them please email the secretary: [email protected]