• Overseas Aid Group Sponsored Walk – Nov 2018

    On Sunday 4th November, five parishioners walked from the parish centre to Low Sizergh Barn and back. They added over 50 miles to Pope Francis’s initiative to ‘Share the Journey’. All proceeds were to Mary’s Meals.  The scenes below were taken during the walk – the walkers were Andy and Cath

  • Fr Hugh in Sitima, Malawi – October 2018

    Antelopes, Gazelles?                                                                                                

  • Recent Events

    2018:- 13th May – First Holy Communion 20th May – Confirmations at Lancaster Cathedral Eucharistic Procession on Corpus Christi Parish Walk up Coniston in aid of CAFOD 4th July – Prayer and reflection on climate change with Tim Farron (CAFOD) 16th July – Youth trip to Carlisle  

  • What’s On

    Monday – Meditation after 9:15 am Mass in the Presbytery (Bernard). Tuesday – 6:30 – 8:00 pm once a month in term time, Cr8space for people aged 15 – 18 years. Wednesday – After 7:00 pm Mass, Prayer Group in the Parish Centre. Thursday – 10:00 – 11:00 am Cenacolo

  • The triumphant ride into Jerusalem

    The desert in our church porch continues to be populated. In this photograph you’ll catch sight of the raising of Lazarus, and more obviously, the rows of cheering people lining up for Jesus to ride into Jerusalem .

  • Flame 2017

    Flame 2017 –  an adult  view Fan into flames the gift God gave you  2 Timothy 1:6 Saturday 11 March 2017 is a date that will remain etched on my brain and treasured within my heart for a very long time as that is the day I spent at Wembley

  • Speak of the Devil

    The desert of Christ’s journey towards his crucifixion and resurrection has been set up again in our church – but instead of being on the Sanctuary it is in the Narthex. This is because we expect a visiting choir in April and it would be rather hard to shift all

  • Women’s World Day of Prayer

    Friday March 3rd was the Women’s World Day of Prayer, held this year at Sandylands Methodist Church, and several of our Parishioners attended.  It was a very thought-provoking day prepared this year by the women of the Philippine Islands.  The theme was   ‘AM I BEING FAIR?’ It made us think

  • The Lampedusa Cross

    We have been lent by Cafod one of the Lampedusa crosses – a very tactile reminder of the plight of refugees. Sicilian carpenter Francesco Tuccio made rough crosses from the wreckage of a boat carrying refugees that sank off the island of Lampedusa and offered them to survivors. This was

  • Thursday Club

    First meeting! More drivers needed for what was a great opening session