Kirkland Mission Church, CA26 3YE
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We hope you will be able to join us soon
The monthly pattern of worship is as follows:
1st Sunday: 11.00 am Cafe Church (Occasionally All Age Worship)
2nd Sunday: 11.00 am Holy Communion (Common Worship)
3rd Sunday: 11.00 am Service of the Word (Methodist)
4th Sunday: 11.00 am Informal Holy Communion
(On the 1st and 3rd Sunday in the month 9 a.m. Holy Communion is at St Mary's Ennerdale; On 2nd and 4th Sundays 9 a.m. Holy Communion is at St Michael's Lamplugh. If there is a 5th Sunday in the month, a Methodist communion service (but using Anglican wine) is held at one of the churches at 10.30 a.m.)
On the first Tuesday afternoon of every month (except June) there is an informal get together between 2 and 4 p.m. Drop in anytime for a cuppa, a cake and a chat. If you are feeling active, you may find someone to play pool or table tennis with you!
Lamplugh, Kirkland and Ennerdale local ecumenical partnership has adopted the national Church of England / Diocesan Safeguarding Policy and the Church council receives regular reports on safeguarding from our Parish Safeguarding Adviser.
A hard copy of our Safeguarding Policy is displayed in all three churches. Ennerdale and Lamplugh churches are normally open during reasonable daylight hours.
If you have any concerns, please contact the Parish Safeguarding Officer, whose contact details are listed in the policy, or the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser, Joanna Van Lachterop, on 07458 016884 firstname.lastname@example.org
If you believe a child to be at immediate risk you must contact Cumberland Children’s Services 0333 240 1727 or the Police.
Urgent concerns about vulnerable adults should be referred to Cumberland Council Single point of access 0300 373 3732 or, out of normal office hours, the Emergency Duty Team 01228 526690, or the Police.
Service of the Word
One of the preachers, lay or ordained, from the Methodist Circuit leads a service in the Methodist tradition. As this tradition gives considerable freedom to the person appointed to lead, we cannot be too specific, but usually there are hymns, prayers and a sermon or other kind of message.
Holy Communion (Common Worship)
Includes hymns and sermon
Coffee/tea is served from 10.50 a.m. People sit in small groups around tables. About 11.10 there is a short time of worship, followed by discussion of a theme in the table groups. The service ends with prayers of intercession, and we sing the blessing to each other.
All Age Holy Communion
An informal communion service, suitable for children, with a message or activity for younger worshippers.
An afternoon of craft activity for all ages, ending with a brief message or song, and followed by tea. (Currently this is mainly attended by primary school aged and pre-school children with their parents/carers, but it could be developed if other age groups started to attend.)
First Tuesday @ 2
First Tuesday has been described as a Youth Club for the over 50s! You can play pool, or table tennis, or board games, but some people just sit and chat around a table well stocked with refreshments. Tea and coffee are available throughout the 2 hours between 2pm and 4pm on the first Tuesday of the month.