Coffee morning every third Tuesday at Abbot Hall, 10 for 10.20 am - speaker and chatThe Co-Workers for Mother Teresa on the fourth Monday of each month in the Father Magner room at St Charles RC Church at 7.30pm for meditation. The group is currently co-ordinating collections for the foodbank at Barrow. The next date is Sunday, 15th September, in the Parish Hall, and particular goods requested are as follows: milk (UHT), packets of mashed potato, tinned fruit, tinned vegetables (carrots and sweetcorn), tinned sponge puddings, sugar, tinned fish. Goods are transported to the centre at Barrow where they are sorted into sell-by date order, and then made up into parcels - single, double or family - to provide a minimum of 3 days non-perishable emergency food to local people in crisis. Parcels are sent on to Millom and Ulverston. At present, between 11 and 13 parcels are distributed daily at Barrow. A special appeal was made for items for Sierra Leone in the Ebola crisis, and goods were collected and transported by International Aid Trust. Over 1 ton of goods were sent.
A Cross of Unity travels around the churches of all denominations
Lent lunches each Friday from noon in aid of CAFOD, the Tear Fund and Christian Aid
Prayers are said each month on the 2nd Sunday, 7.30 pm, in the Methodist Church, for the Youth Project
Joint services of worship at various times of the year, eg Week of Christian Unity (January), Women's World Day of Prayer (March), Christian Aid week (May), One World Week (October), AdventCarol singing in December
PRIMARY SCHOOL AND EDUCATIONAL LINKS
Prayer Spaces, Easter 2015
End of Term Leavers service at St Paul's, July 2015
A special day for Years 5 and 6 in all Primary Schools in the Team, Monday, 3rd October 2016
Secondary and tertiary education is available at Barrow, Cartmel, Kendal, Lancaster, Milnthorpe (Dallam) and Ulverston. The PCC nominates one member to the governing body of the Cartmel Priory Secondary School.