On Sunday, 31 January 1819, George Henry Law, the Bishop of Chester, consecrated the new building that is currently St. Andrew’s Church. So of course we are going to celebrate this year on Thursday, 31 January 2019.
First, we will have a Bicentenary Dedication at noon. Then at 2 p.m., the Mother’s Union will hold a service of rededication at St. Andrew’s.
Everyone is welcome. the views over Coniston are magical. Come on in from the cold and celebrate!
A few choice morsels of activity to take us to the end of April. There is something for everyone here!
Sunday, 22 April 2018
11 a.m., Worship for All, St. Andrew’s Church, Coniston. With plenty of sheep around Coniston, it won’t be hard to talk about the meaning of the Good Shepherd.
6 p.m., Cafe Church, Coniston Institute. Come along and hear from our Furness Network Youth Team about what’s happening in the area. Enjoy a hot supper too!
Wednesday, 25 April 2018
10 a.m., Concern, Coniston Methodist Church. A time to pray about area concerns.
Thursday, 26 April 2018
2 p.m., Mother’s Union, St. Andrew’s Church Coniston.Physician and christian Alex Stewart will share his faith in action from experiences in Pakistan.
Sunday, 29 April 2018
11 a.m., Worship for All, Coniston Primary School. It’s the 5th Sunday and that means we worship together (Christians Together) in Coniston. Join the Christian Fellowship, the Church of England and the Methodist Churches as we enjoy an inclusive time of sharing.
These events will take us through to glorious May. In Coniston we are blessed to have some of the most beautiful landscape in the world. This means we get to meet lots of wonderful people from around the world. All welcome!
“The Magic of the Gospel” is the title of our Mothers’ Union talk on September 27th. The speaker will be the Rev. Gwyn Murfet whose talks have proven to be very popular. M. U. meetings start at 2.00 P.M. and are generally on the last Thursday in the month except when they clash with holidays. Everyone is most welcome at St. Andrew’s church.