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  1. Congregation to mark devastating church fire
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  1. A west Cumbrian congregation is to mark the twentieth anniversary of a blaze which gutted their church.
    Wednesday 24 September 2014Read more...
  2. A special open day will herald the start of work on a new town centre meeting place in Penrith to support young people's mission work.
    Tuesday 23 September 2014Read more...
  3. The Christmas Starts with Christ church advertising campaign, started six years ago, is making in-roads into raising awareness about the true meaning of Christmas, according to a ComRes survey. The release of the survey results come as organisers say that the campaign is backed by the largest number of churches ever.
    Thursday 11 September 2014Read more...
  4. A Carlisle vicar has been appointed chief executive of a Foundation behind plans to create a reconciliation centre at Cumbria's Rose Castle.
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Furness Deanery

The Parish of Rampside

Benefice: Aldingham, Dendron, Rampside and Urswick
Vicar: The Revd Alex Armstrong
Address: The Vicarage
Great Urswick
Ulverston
Cumbria
LA12 OTA
Telephone: 01229 581383
Email: amvarmstrong@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.explorelowfurness.co.uk

Rampside St Michael

Location: Situated in an elevated and isolated position about half a mile from Rampside itself on the A5087 Coast Road between Barrow and Ulverston
Description: The church has a marker stone dated 1621 but this relates to its days as a chapel of ease. The building is substantially Victorian and simple in style and has been extended and refurbished from time to time, now includes a kitchen and toilet. Once known locally as either the ‘farmer’s church’ because of its rural setting, or the ‘sailor’s church since many a drowned sailor was buried there in the past. Past evidence of Viking settlement and associations with the land and sea over the centuries, the church tends to ‘catch the elements’ but the view out to sea and the welcome is wonderful! See website for more information, history and pictures.
1st Sunday: 11.00am Family Service in Rampside Village Hall
2nd Sunday: 10.30 for 11.00am Service of the Word in Rampside Village Hall Meeting Room
3rd Sunday: 9.30am
4th Sunday: 9.30am
Rampside St Michael

Rampside St Michael