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The Book of Daniel

7:30 p.m., Tuesday nights from 28 April 2009, The Vicarage

What can we learn from this highly controversial book of the Bible?  The mixture of supernatural and prophecy will test your view of Christianity.  There will be something for everyone in this faith defining study.


The Healing Work of God

Christians Together in Coniston announce a Lent Study led by The Rev’d John Hancock

Where?  Coniston Methodist Chapel at 7:30 p.m.

When?  10 March, 24 March and 7 April

What’s it all about?

Session one:  Why?  Discovering what Jesus did and said.

Session two:  How, When and Where?  Following Jesus’ pattern.

Session three:  Healing Service.  On your marks…He sent them out to heal the sick


Just Walk Across the Room

7:30 p.m., Tuesday evenings at the Vicarage

The Home Group is currently focusing on the message as proclaimed in Bill Hybel’s book, ‘Just Walk Across the Room’.  What if redirecting a person’s forever really is as simple as walking across a room?  This is a powerful course with life changing implications.  If you are interested in learning more, just come along.


St. Andrew’s Day Services

St. Andrew’s Church will hold a joint service with St. Luke’s Torver for St. Andrew’s Day, on 30 November.

10:30 a.m.  – Joint Service followed by a bring and share lunch in church.

Theme:  Invitation to the Kingdom

Isaiah 52: 7-10

Matthew 4:18-22

 6:30 p.m. – Sung Evensong

 8 to 9 p.m.  – You2 at Holland’s Cafe


Remembrance Sunday

9 November 2008

10:50 a.m. St. Andrew’s Church

Father Peter, from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, will be preaching.

The Rev. Tony Wells, Ulverston Methodist Church, will say the prayers.

An alternative service will be held at St. Luke’s Church in  Torver, 1662 Holy Communion, at 9:30 a.m.


Back to Church Sunday

Sunday, 28 September, St. Andrew’s Church

  • 11:00 a.m.  Morning Worship
  • 6 p.m.  Sung Evensong

This is an invitation to all who are called.  What have you been missing?  Come into the light and experience the power of the Holy Spirit.


Basecamp Returns

11 a.m., Sunday, 3 August, St. Andrew’s Church

Something special happens when young people run and plan the Sunday service.  The music will be differrent, perhaps a bit zippier and in a different style.  Lots of smiles and laughter ring through the air and the enthusiasm is enough to get even the most conservative souls off their seats.  Yes, Basecamp returns to Coniston on Sunday, 3 August and promises to be a treat.