Central - Open for Sunday Worship
Sunday Service: 10:30 am
Central Methodist in Bacup is one of the largest buildings in the circuit and houses lots of different activities, especially ones involving the local community such as coffee mornings and drop-ins. Central has a congregation who are passionate towards helping the local people and being a welcoming community. Central Methodist shares its building with another church called 'Christchurch & Holy Trinity' who you might also want to get to know, their services are particularly child-friendly. Central Methodist worship in the chapel while Christchurch worship in the hall.
Central Methodist Church
Parking: Small Car Park, limited spaces with reserved spaces for disabled access. Street parking along Burnley Road where you can.
Groups & Goings on At Central
Community Drop-in now open.
Central Coffee Morning now open.
Ladies Fellowship now open at a new time of 2:00pm.
Please contact your course leader for info of the reopening of other groups.
A drop-in for the local community in Bacup, whether you need help, some advice, or whether you just want to have a chat over a cup of tea, you'll be more than welcome.
At 10:30 there is opportunity to pause for prayer or join a discussion group, this alternates each week.
Coffee Morning with
Last Saturday in the month
10:00 am to 12 noon
Coffee morning with music played by the 2nd Rossendale Scout Band Junior section (10:15 to 10:30), warm atmosphere and a chance to chat, stall with homemade treats and a prize everytime £1 jar stall. All welcome!
The coffee morning doesn't run in July or December.
Now at 2:00pm
Meeting of the ladies fellowship with speakers from charities, other churches, community groups or travel experiences followed by tea and coffee with good company!
For people with dementia and their carers to share experiences and find support, with a lunch.
Central & Christchurch
Certain dates, Saturday
10:15 am to 12:15 pm
Messy church session for children aged 0-11 and families, each session is based on a Bible story or Christian festival and includes crafts, activities and games! Worship held in the chapel and followed by lunch.
The next sessions are: Saturday 15th February, Saturday 4th April, Saturday 13th June
Men On Tour
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
A group of men, some Christians, some not, who meet for a brew and a chat each week. Various day trips were organised by the group last year and will continue into 2020, they are not just for the group members but open to everyone!
Family Centre Drop in
Family centre drop in, have a chat, a cup of tea, find advice or support.