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Welcome to St Michael's and St Mark's Carlisle

Services on 25th October 

Joint Service 10.00am at St Michael's

followed by Stanwix Parish Annual Parochial Church Meeting at 11.00am

We look forward to seeing you in church, but if you feel unable to attend, the St Michael's service is being live-streamed on FaceBook.

Click here to connect with our church FaceBook page. Then click on the live stream item at 10.00am, or afterwards.

There is the option of connecting to the APCM online using Zoom.

A word of warning: changing from a pre-recorded service to a livestream means that you will notice a distinct change in in style and feel. Streaming live will enable you to connect with the service being experienced by those in church at St Michael's. The sound quality may well be noticeably different and the camera view will focus on the person leading/preaching along with the big screen with the projected words.

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at church; whether you are someone wanting to explore Christianity for the first time, someone who has been following Jesus for many years or someone in between. We use both modern and more traditional liturgy and a mixture of modern worship songs and older hymns. We are committed to teaching based on the Bible, personal Christian growth and allowing the Holy Spirit to work in our lives. Children are an important part of our congregations, we employ a children’s and young people’s worker and run thriving activities for all ages. We have been influenced by movements such as Alpha, Spring Harvest and New Wine. We affirm the ministry of women across the life of the church.

For our Safeguarding Policy please click here

The parish of St Michael’s Stanwix with St Mark’s Belah serves the area of Carlisle immediately to the north of the River Eden including Stanwix, Belah, Etterby, St Ann’s, Stainton and Rickerby. We are part of the Carlisle Diocese in the Church of England.

The two congregations are part of the same parish and we do lots of things together whilst maintaining distinct characteristics.