Back to the Holy Land

Stewart will be reprising his talk on “A Journey to the Holy  Land” in All Saints Church, Bolton on Thursday 18th October, 7.30pm, hosted by Bolton Mothers’ Union.

Jessica’s Charity Walk

Jessica Simpson, from our Eden Live youth group, has twice faced treatment for a brain tumour with great bravery.  It’s wonderful to see her well again and we’re proud of her for undertaking a charity walk  for the Brain Tumour Charity.  Do join her if you can.
Saturday 20th October, starting at 14.00 from Crosby Ravensworth Village Hall.  
The walk will be around 4 miles with refreshments afterwards.  Well behaved dogs on leads welcome.
Even if you can’t join her please pray for her and, if you feel able, support her through her Just Giving page:

Country Flavour

Stephen Keogh, proprietor of Country Flavour and member of Morland Church will be addressing Morland & Newby Mothers’ Union on Thursday 25th October, 7.30pm.  All welcome.

Founder’s Day

The Friends of Morland Choristers’ Camp will be singing Evensong for their Founder’s Day on Saturday 3rd November at 5.30pm in St Lawrence, Morland.  All welcome.  Anyone wishing to sing (rehearsal from 1.00pm) should book in with David Jones:

All Souls Remembrance

Our Annual All Souls Remembrance Service for the bereaved will take place at 6.30pm on Sunday 4th November in St Barnabas, Great Strickland.  If you want a loved one mentioned in the roll of honour, please e-mail Stewart:  or Sandy: 

St Lawrence Morland Major Renovation

As you may know, a committed group has been working for some time on a major renovation for St Lawrence, Morland.  Plans are now on display in Church. Your feedback would be very welcome – please send feedback to David Jones.

Morland Church ‘St Lawrence’ Emergency Fund

St Lawrence, Morland Emergency Fund continues to look out for needs near and far.
Contributions to keep the fund topped up are always welcome, and can be given to the Treasurer, Jenny Jones.

Morland Church is dedicated to St Lawrence, a Deacon of the Early Church, who was dedicated to caring for the poor and needy.  He was killed for his refusal to hand over money collected for the need to the Roman authorities.  When asked to hand over the church’s treasure, he rounded up those in his care and said “here is the treasure of the Church.”  Our fund, in his memory, seeks to use our wealth to serve those in need, who are precious in God’s sight.






To see some photographs of the 2008 Holy Week services, please follow this link to Eden Online by Mike Billing, our local photographer.