St Peter’s Church, Scorton

St Peter’s Church, Scorton

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St. Peter’s Church is a large, mid-late 19th century church, situated in the picturesque village of Scorton, Lancashire, near the Trough of Bowland.  Alongside it is St Peter’s C of E School.


St Peter’s, Scorton is one of 3 Parish Churches in a United Parish. The other 2 Parish Churches are All Saints’ Church, Barnacre, and St. John’s Church, Calder Vale. Our Diocese is the
Diocese of Blackburn.

St. John's Church spire

The church

The spire of the church is a local landmark, visible from the M6.

It has a peel of 8 bells which are rung each Sunday before the service and for weddings.


The congregation

The church has a regular committed congregation of all ages.  It has its own verger, a choir and its own organist and choir master.

The contact details of the 2 church wardens are available on the “useful contacts page”.

The church is used regularly during the week by the school for worship and other activities.



The Sunday Service is at 11:00 – it is a communion service with hymns. There are refreshments every Sunday in the church following the service.

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 using the details above.


Last updated: June 23, 2016 at 13:03 pm

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