Blackrod House Group – Receiving Christ

Our house group begins again for Lent on Thursday 2nd March at 7.30 pm for 5 weeks at 5 Acresfield Close, Blackrod. We will be using a York course especially for Lent entitled “Receiving Christ”  It is written by Canon John Young.  Canon Simon Stanley will put the questions to...

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Spring Fair Saturday 18th March 2017

At St Katharine’s Saturday 18th March 2017 10am to 12 noon  Coffee morning with extras!  In aid of church funds Raffle – Chocolate Tombola- Books Hand-made gifts – Cakes – Phoenix Cards Browse and Buy Light Refreshments  

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Help Wanted – March 2017

We now need help!!! The PCC is still hoping someone will come forward to help us to produce a General User Audit for the building?  Nothing too fancy but we do need to put one together. Also an extra operator is still needed for the camera which we use at...

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Easter Flowers

Once again, the church will be decorated at Easter by window displays, pedestals and individual lilies “in memory of loved ones “ If you would like to donate towards the cost of the flowers please get in touch. The cost of displays will be the same as last year: Windows   ...

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Ladies who Lunch – March 2017

This month’s lunch date will be on Wednesday 15th March at The Paddock, Wrightington. Please ring Jean – 01204 691575, or Mary – 01204 697763 – to book your place this month. Ladies Who Lunch meets once a month for lunch at various venues around the area. There’s a raffle and...

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Ladies Who Lunch – February 2017

Next month’s lunch date will be on Wednesday 15th February at the Dog & Partridge, Charnock Richard. Please ring Jean – 01204 691575, or Mary – 01204 697763 – to book your place this month. Ladies Who Lunch meets once a month for lunch at various venues around the area....

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Blackrod Community Walkers

A Walk from Abbey Village. No one expected that it would be dry weather for the January walk, it had even been raining on the drive over to Abbey Village but it seemed to stop when we got out of the car.  We had parked the cars at the Hare...

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