I hope you’ve had a good Summer so far. We have lots of exciting things coming up in the term ahead:

Sunday Services

9.30am – St. Bartholomew’s and Zoom

Creche will continue this week. Sunday 5th August is an All Age Service and Sunday School will restart on September 12th.

11.15am – Church of the Saviour

7pm – Zoom only

The Zoom code for our Sunday services is below:


Meeting ID: 347 838 844


Ladies Craft Evening – Wed 8th Sep, 7.15pm at St. Bartholomew’s Church

Come and enjoy an evening of craft, fellowship and hear a guest’s testimony. Refreshments and all materials provided – just bring yourself and why not invite a friend?

£10 per ticket. Please see Sheila or Lisa (or reply to this email) to book a ticket.

Friday Live! restarts – 10th September

We’re aiming to kick of the new school year with a BBQ on Friday 10th September. Put it in the diary, and why not invite some friends along? There’ll be fun and activities as well as food and drink. Let’s pray for good weather!

Ladies Group  – Church of the Saviour

This will be restarting with the first meeting being on Tuesday 21st September at 1.30pm.


Men’s Curry Night – Thur 30th Sep

We’ve got a varied and exciting program of events for men this year. We’re kicking off by going out for a curry in the evening on Thursday 30th September. All men welcome!


Community Café at Church of the Saviour

This term we are planning on running a weekly community café at Church of the Saviour where people are able to drop in for a drink, a slice of cake and a chat. It’s looking like being on a Thursday afternoon. If this is something you might like to help with in any way please get in touch. We are able to offer free Level 2 Food Hygiene, First Aid Training and DBS checks where needed.

Advert for Associate Minister at Church of the Saviour

Church of the Saviour are recruiting! You can view the advert for our new minister here: https://pathways.churchofengland.org/job/pathways/2619/associate-minister-for-outreach-church-of-the-saviour-blackburn

Please share with anyone who may be interested.


God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.

Psalm 46:1


God’s people know Him to be always there and always able to help, and so they do not need to fear. As Christians we’re told that God has made His home in us by His Holy Spirit. We have His presence and His power at work within us.

In Christ,


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