We are very lucky to have a beautiful medieval Church in Broughton that Church without Walls are able to use on an occasional basis.
St Lawrence is a Conservation Trust Church . It was closed for regular worship in 1986 and is now only allowed to be used for worship 6 Sundays a year but it is available for any number of weekday or Saturday services.
The Friends of St Lawrence help with the up-keep of the church and run a range of fundraising events during the year.
For information contact: Julia Campion (Friends of St Lawrence) email@example.com
Up and coming Services:
Breaking Bread: a fortnightly simple service of communion Wednesday at 7pm.
Midday Taize Prayer (12.45pm Monday to Friday): From 15th August until 8th September three young people sent by the Taize community will be leading midday prayers to which everyone is welcome. Click on the link for more information.
Taize Prayer on Sunday 4th September: Join us for the final Sunday of their visit for a service in St Lawrence
Currently St Lawrence is the main venue for services of baptism for families joining the Church without Walls community. Generally we arrange a service on either a Saturday or a weekday and then the family are formally welcomed at the Cafe Church that follows the baptism.
For baptism enquirers please contact Ruth Maxey directly.
Friends of St Lawrence are a local community group who were formed in 2013 with the aim of both maintaining the building and increasing its use by the local community. FOSL run a number of fundraising events.
For more information about FOSL please contact Julia Campion firstname.lastname@example.org.