Aspatria with Hayton and Gilcrux

The Revd Canon Tim Herbert
The Vicarage
King Street
Aspatria
Cumbria
CA7 3AL
016973 22712
therbert@globalnet.co.uk
 
Revd Richard Goodfellow
The Vicarage
Abbeytown
CA7 4SP
016973 61525
richard_goodfellow@yahoo.co.uk

Aspatria St KentigernChurch SIF Form »


Aspatria
The church is in the centre of Aspatria, on the north side of the A596 as it forms the main street of the town. The tall tower is a prominent landmark. There is a lay-by with disc parking in front of the church gate, with further parking and public toilets
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The present St Kentigern's Church was built in sandstone in 1846-8, in a tall Early English style, replacing a smaller Norman building, fragments of which were incorporated into the new building. The 13th century font and the monument to the Musgrave Family

9.30 am Sung Eucharist

9.30 am Sung Eucharist

9.30 am All-Age Worship

9.30 am Sung Eucharist

10.00 am Together at 10 (venue varies)

Wednesday - 9.30 am Holy Communion in the Community Centre

Gilcrux St MaryChurch SIF Form »


Gilcrux
St Mary's Church stands on a slight rise above a green at the north-east end of the village, just behind the former school, now used as the village hall. Gilcrux is approximately 5 miles north of Cockermouth and 4 miles south-west of Aspatria. It is sig
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The small stone-built church is thought to date from around 1100, and has inside a round and narrow chancel arch, whilst the south aisle is separated from the nave by a two-arched arcade built about a century later. The windows have been enlarged over the

11.00 am Prayer Book Holy Communion

11.00 am All-Age Worship

10.00 am Together at 10 (venue varies)

Hayton St James (Aspatria)Church SIF Form »


Hayton (Aspatria)
Hayton is two miles SW of Aspatria and half a mile NW of Prospect, and is signposted from the A596. The church is in the centre of the village, on the south side of the green.
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St James' Church was consecrated in 1867. It was designed by Travis of Manchester, and built at a cost of £1,300. Previously parishioners had to travel the two and a half miles to Aspatria for church services. The church is spacious and well-maintai

11.00 am Prayer Book Holy Communion

11.00 am All-Age Worship

11.00 am Common Worship Holy Communion

11.00 am Common Worship Holy Communion

10.00 am Together at 10 (venue varies)