From traditional services to informal worship, we hope you will a service that feels like home.


Church-028:30 Holy Communion/Morning Prayer
A more traditional, quiet service in modern language from the ‘Common Worship’ services. This service alternates between Morning Prayer on the first and third Sundays and Holy Communion on the second, fourth and fifth Sundays.

10:30 Family Service
Our family-friendly service of worship, teaching and ministry with children’s and youth programmes. The service lasts approximately 90 minutes. Holy Communion is typically on the first and third Sundays of the month. Music is a blend of traditional hymns with organ accompaniment, and modern songs with keyboard, guitar and drums. All words are projected on screens so there is no fumbling with books and freeing hands for more enthusiastic worship – if so desired!

Children & Youth provision
Our Young Church and Youth (School years: Reception to year 9) attend the first part of the service with their families, going out to their respective groups after an action song every Sunday during term time, except when we have our all-age celebration. For more details of our children’s and youth activities, click here. Younger children are able to remain with their parents in the service, with a crèche available for more privacy.

All-age Celebration
Once a month (on the second Sunday) we bring together our whole church family in our all-age celebration. With songs, drama, and activities there is something for everyone, no matter how old they feel.

CafeChurch-01Café Church at 18:30
A contemporary, informal service featuring modern worship, interactive teaching and expectant prayer. For the latest news and teaching programmes visit the Facebook page here.


Midweek Communion
Our mid-week Common Worship Communion Service, usually with a hymn and a short sermon or homily, is held in the Parish Church every Thursday at 10:00. Refreshments are shared afterwards. The third Thursday of each month takes the form of a Healing Service.

Special Services
We have a number of special services throughout the church calendar year. These include seasonal programmes for Easter and Christmas, harvest celebrations, civic events like Remembrance Sunday, and community service for local schools and uniformed organisations (Guides, Scouts). See our calendar for more information.

Listen to our talks from the 10:30 Family Service and Café Church here.


St Johns-02St. John’s Church, Osmotherly, is the ‘daughter’ church in the Parish of Ulverston and  is  in a beautiful rural setting on the ‘Cumbria Way’ with sheep farming all around.

Services are normally held at 3pm:

Second Sunday: Holy Communion
Fourth Sunday: Choral Evensong

The Book of Common Prayer is regularly used for both services, so being very traditional – complete with a robed choir.