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FEBRUARY – Prayer for the Nation, 2 FEB Candlemas, From 23 FEB Lent Lookahead

During the current Covid-19 lockdown, services will be live streaming to the St. James Facebook page at 10.30 each Sunday until local infection rates fall to a point where it is safe to meet together again.

This will be followed by a Zoom coffee and catch up at 12 noon.

More details in the calendar and posts.

The Wednesday morning Eucharist will continue at St James for up to six people, please contact Fr. Jack if you wish to be included but are not a regular and additional services may be arranged if numbers grow to exceed six people.

St Francis and the community halls of St Matthews are closed for the present time due to the Coronus virus (COVID-19) pandemic.

More information may appear in our Newsletter and on Facebook.

TAKE CARE, BE MINDFUL OF SOCIAL DISTANCING AND OTHER MEASURES, and STAY SAFE

We are delighted you have found our website.

The North Barrow Team Ministry serves the following areas of Barrow-in-Furness:

  • St James the Great – Hindpool
  • St Francis – Ormsgill
  • Parkside was served by St Matthew (now closed) so services are at St James or St Francis. The St Matthews community hall still serves area for other activities and groups.

In these pages you will find information about life in our team. There is space to explore the faith, to pray, to ask questions and to make contact with us. We hope the information will be helpful but its really just a means to an end, that end is to bring people to the love of Christ.

In a rapidly changing world the church sometimes struggles to keep up yet we exist, as we always have, to proclaim that love of God to all.

May you glimpse something of that love through our website and we hope to see you soon.

With every Blessing

Photograph of Father Jack Knill-Jones inside St James' church.
Jack Knill-Jones
Team Rector

Services and Events Calendar

The following calendar is sparse due to the Coronovirus lockdown. Services and events will be added when restrictions are lifted.


News – Posts


St James’ Official Facebook Page – News Feed (latest posts)

Click on the header of any post to redirect you to the post on the Facebook page to see comments, likes, replies, and to play videos.

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021
The Church of England

Lord in your mercy, hear our prayer.

A plain text and audio version of today's prayer is available at cofe.io/TodaysPrayer.

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021
St James' Church, Barrow's cover photo

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021
Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham (Anglican)

Blessing & Procession of Candles and Solemn Mass

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021

Compline begins at 7.30pm.

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021
Candlemas (2 Feb) – North Barrow Churches

Join us for Candlemas Compline tonight at 7.30pm. You can download the service sheet from our website using the link below.

We will also be sharing Mass live from the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of ... See more

Candlemas (2 Feb) February 2, 2021 by North Barrow Churches Service for Candlemas will be live streamed on our Facebook page tonight (2nd February 2021) at 7.30pm. Service sheet is attached: ... See more

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021
The Church of England

Service of Compline from St James tonight. Watch live on Facebook from 7.30pm.

On 2 February, the season of Epiphany ends with the Feast of the Presentation.

Jesus is brought to the Temple by his parents according to the law of Israel. There, he is recognised by Simeon, who ... See more

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021
The Church of England

In the name of Christ, we pray.

Listen to today's prayer or read a plain text version at cofe.io/TodaysPrayer.

Monday, February 1st, 2021
The Church of England

Join with us and thousands of others in praying these words today.

Access a spoken version of today's prayer at cofe.io/TodaysPrayer.

Sunday, January 31st, 2021

Saturday, January 30th, 2021

There will be no public worship in Church tomorrow, but you can watch a service live here on Facebook at 10.30am. We hope you can join us from home.

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