We were blessed with a beautiful display of Lily’s around the church as we celebrated the wonderful news of Christ’s resurrection on Easter Sunday.                 A big ‘THANK YOU’ to Dorothy & her merry band of helpers for all their hard work making each of the arrangements.  …

Reverend Michael prepares for our early morning Easter Celebration Despite the weather forecast for rain we were blessed with a lovely morning as people from the villages of our United Benefice came to Mawdesley Millennium Green at 7.00 am to rejoice and celebrate Christ’s resurrection. It was lovely to see so many turn out at…

Next Wednesday 10th February is Ash Wednesday and there will be a service at 10am at St. Michaels Croston and at 7:30pm at St. Peters Mawdesley. There will be the opportunity to have the mark of the cross on your forehead (if you wish). If you still have your Palm Crosses from last year and…

After a great deal of prayer, reflection and consultation our diocese has developed a shared vision ‘Healthy Churches Transforming Communities’ which will be our primary focus taking us to 2026 and the 100th Anniversary of the Diocese of Blackburn. The vision of ‘Healthy Churches Transforming Communities’ has three mission priorities Making disciples of Jesus Christ…

DUE TO EXTENSIVE FLOODING WE HAVE HAD TO CANCEL ALL THE SERVICES IN OUR 3 CHURCHES FOR SUNDAY 27TH DECEMBER. WE WILL UPDATE THE WEBSITE WITH INFORMATION TOMORROW.

Children & teachers from St Peter’s Church of England Primary School joined us as we hosted a sherry and mince pie afternoon for the residents of Hurst Green. We were treated to a range of songs by the children. Everyone really enjoyed listening to the children sing and we can’t thank the headmaster, teachers and…

A big Thank You to the children of Mawdesley St Peter’s Church of England School. The teachers and children have been working hard learning the words of all the songs over the previous weeks so they could entertain us at the beginning of the fair.  Everyone really enjoyed listening to them sing, what better way to…

    The afternoon began with a short service in church lead by members of each of the Christian churches in the village before we began the procession from outside St Peter’s Church. It seemed as though nearly everyone in the village came to join the walk of witness.     A big thank you…

The Holy Communion service has been moved to the 2nd Wednesday this month, this is a one off change and we will be returning to the 1st Wednesday of the month again in July.

On the 24th March – Bishop Philip the new bishop of Burnley joined family and friends to confirm nine confirmation candidates who had all attended confirmation preparation days and completed a workbook which they showed the Bishop. On the following Sunday Millie Metcalfe, Katie Souther, Will Barker and Daniel Cook made their first communion at…

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