All Saints’ Church is a small, picturesque and much loved early 20th century church, situated in beautiful farming countryside near Garstang, Lancashire.
The church has a very faithful, warm and welcoming congregation, with new people joining the church over time.
It has a good village choir which includes 5 younger members. It shares an organist with St. John’s Church, Calder Vale.
The contact details of the 2 church wardens are available on the “useful contacts page”.
All Saints’ Church, Barnacre, is one of 3 Parish Churches in a United Parish. The other 2 Parish Churches are St. John’s Church, Calder Vale and St Peter’s, Scorton. Our Diocese is the
Diocese of Blackburn.
The Sunday Service is at 10:00 – it is a communion service with hymns. There are refreshments on the second, third and fourth Sundays in the neighbouring Memorial Hall.
On the first weekend of July each year, there is an annual exhibition weekend with a flower festival in church, many stalls and delicious refreshments in the Memorial Hall – take a look at the “annual exhibition” page (accessible through the drop down menu above).
According to the season, there are other services – please see the “coming events” section on the home page for more details. If you would like to receive the weekly newsletter or quarterly Parish magazine please contact us.
The Memorial Hall
The hall is now available for hire following its recent refurbishment.
The Hall is used by the church and various community groups and we now hope to attract more users from the local community. Ideal for smaller parties and group meetings.
To hire the hall please ring 01995 606680.
Last updated: June 22, 2016 at 10:12 am