St Mary's Church

St Mary’s is a Chapel of Ease in the parish of Warton, built to serve Borwick and Priest Hutton. It was built between the two villages in the 1890s, funded by the Sharp family whose descendants still live in Borwick.

The church is a simple building, with fine pews and excellent stained glass windows by Shrigley and Hunt of Lancaster.

The church is able to use the Borwick and Priest Hutton Memorial Hall, which is just over the road, for parking and to hire for occasional events.

 

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Covid-19 Coronavirus Response

 

During this period when all services and activities have been suspended and our church buildings shut, we are invited to come together 'in spirit' by joining in the common prayer of the Church from our homes.  

 

Each Sunday we will livestream a Eucharist at 10.30am on our YouTube channel

You can share our service for 24th May via this link: https://youtu.be/ryZEC-uheHA. You can download the service booklet from Resources/Coronavirus section of this website. 

You can watch and share all our online services on our YouTube channel. You can download the relevant service booklet from the Resources/Coronavirus section of this website. 

Download the Morning Prayer sheet here and join the Vicar at 9.15am each morning.

We have recorded the service of Night Prayer during the Easter Season for you to share in each evening at a time that suits you. You can watch it via this link: https://youtu.be/AVQZnt5HUU0. Download a copy of the service booklet from the link below.  

 

 

 

 
Contact Robin for more details - 01524 732946
 

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