Easter is Coming

IIf you are visiting Cockermouth or the surrounding villages this Easter come and join us at one of our church services or at our outdoor Good Friday service in the Memorial Gardens, Cockermouth. 




Cockermouth Area Churches are a group of ordinary people who worship God and bring the blessing of the Holy Spirit through an exciting relationship with Jesus Christ. 

We meet across the communities of Little and Great Broughton, Bridekirk and  Cockermouth and enjoy sharing our lives together through activities such as our walking group, book club, Sunday services, cafe and socials, Messy Church, Jump for young people , prayer times and much more.  Please feel free to come along.

Read our weekly welcome sheet for more information.

More Than Conquerors

A great song from Rend Collective that reminds us we have God's power going ahead of us.

Upcoming Events

See Parish Diary for full list

On Sunday, 26 November, the  Grasmoor Mission Community gathered in Christ Church Cockermouth to hear more about proposals the Mission Community. You can read a summary of the Mission Community proposals here.

Christ Church Cockermouth

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All Saints Cockermouth


Christ Church Great Broughton


St Bridgets Bridekirk

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 The Gathering

 “The Gathering”, a new contemporary worship event with teaching, fellowship and prayer held once a month at one of the four Cockermouth Area Team church locations. 
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North Lakes Food Bank

Cockermouth Area Churches support the Nort Lake Food Bank by providing drop off bins in all our churches. Please consider buying a couple of extra tins and dropping these off on the way into church on a Sunday. Check out North Lakes Food Bank for the latest items required list.



God 4 All

God 4 all is an exciting vision  that by 2020 every person in Cumbria of all ages and backgrounds will have had an opportunity to discover more of God and God’s purpose for their lives.god4all


The Church of England

Cockermouth Area Churches are part of the Carlisle Diocese of The Church of England