Christ Church Great Broughton
Welcome to Christ Church in Great Broughton, an active church at the heart of the community. We are a church of hardworking committed and welcoming lay people most of whom take an active part both in services and the upkeep of the church. We are connecting with young people through our Youth Cafe and cafe style services and aim to spread the Christian faith in our villages and to make everyone feel welcome in the church.
Find out more about the life of our church and the surrounding villages through our Cockermouth Area welcome sheet
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Please note that all our services have been suspended in line with the UK Government advice in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. For more information about how we are continuing church during this period please visit our Grasmoor Mission Community Staying Connected page
All our services start at 10:45am.
Our 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sundays rotate between an all age service, Café church, Morning Prayer and Holy Communion. Morning Prayer. with a family service on the 1st Sunday. Holy Communion services on the 4th Sunday of the month.
When there are five Sundays in a month we meet on the last Sunday as a United Service with other Churches in the Cockermouth Area Team.
There is a well-attended said Communion service at 10.00am every Thursday. This is followed by a coffee morning, which is open to all.
Christ Church was built in 1856 from local stone between the villages of Little Broughton and Great Broughton. It is a simple design with a nave and chancel on the same level and a sanctuary only one step higher. The church has been lovingly restored. It has been re-roofed and had new ceiling panels fitted between the beams. A new electrical and lighting system have been installed. The church has also been re-decorated.
In 2015 a new community space was created at the back of the church, with toilets (including disabled and baby-changing facilities) and a small kitchen.
This community facility is available for hire: contact 01900 825434.
A selection of books is available for borrowing.
Kirklea, Great Broughton, Cockermouth , CA13 0ND
The welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults is an absolute priority for us. Safeguarding shows God's love in action and in churches demonstrates safety and security, where abuse and mistreatment of others is not tolerated.
Our Cockermouth Area Team Safeguarding Advisor is Angela Walsh Mobile: 07809567633, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information and who to contact if you are concerned that someone you know about may be suffering harm please visit our Safeguarding page.
Parish Administrator: Sue Lake
Phone: 01900 829926.
Hours: 0900 to 1600 Wednesday and Thursday and 0900 to 1200 on Friday.
Address: South Street, Cockermouth, Cumbria, CA13 9RU