Church of Low Furness

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Welcome to the Church of Low Furness serving the parishes of  Aldingham, Dendron, Rampside, and Urswick  with Bardsea and our ecumenical partners in the Christian  Community in Low Furness

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We are committed to ensuring that this is a safe place for everyone and take the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. We adhere to safeguarding rules laid down by the Church of England and the Diocese of Carlisle.

Any safeguarding concerns can be addressed either to the Vicar, Revd Lucie Lunn or to our Safeguarding Officer, Graham Hopkins. They can be contacted via the vicarage 01229 587200 or revlucielunn@btinternet.com.  Or safeguarding@churchoflowfurness.org.uk

Our Safguarding policy can be viewed here


Who are we?

A combination of five Anglican parishes – Aldingham, Bardsea, Dendron, Rampside, Urswick and the United Reform Church community based in Urswick.  We also work in collaboration with neighbouring Christian communities in Barrow, Dalton and Uverston.


Where are we?

The southern part of the Furness peninsular of in Cumbria. Low Furness is a large rural area on the north shore of Morecombe bay stretching from Rampside in the Southwest to Ulverston in the Northeast, border by Barrow-in-Furness and Dalton-in-Furness to the north



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One of our church buildings

St. Mary and St. Michael’s

In Urswick

is now open for private prayer

Sunday 2-4pm

Wednesday 10:30-midday

Social distancing and hygiene procedures are in place and a guide to these can be found on our Facebook page here  

Or our ‘youtube channel’ here

The Risk Assessment for private prayer in Urswick church can be found here


Corona virus prayer sheet


Morning prayer for anytime


 

Mental Health

In  these difficult times our mental health is under pressure as much as our physical health.

This may help : Mental Health Reflections






Our on-line services are :


Morning Prayer is held on Mondays through Wednesday at 9:00am

via Facebook Live on the ‘Church of Low Furness’ Facebook page.

 

Silent Centering prayer on Thursday 10:00am

via Facebook Live on the ‘Church of Low Furness’ Facebook page.


Sunday ‘Worship at Home’ lead by Revd Lucie Lunn can be accessed here