Public Worship is now On-line on our YouTube Channel

We are pleased to announce the launch of our Mission Community’s very own YouTube Channel.  An introductory video is already up there for you to view.  As there are no public Church services until further notice, we will be broadcasting ecumenical Sunday services here and other material (e.g. Thought for the Day, Prayers, and general news updates).  Our first service will be on Mothering Sunday.  It will be available to watch at any time from Sunday onwards.  Do join us.
It’s very easy to access, is free and you don’t need a YouTube account.  You can access it as follows:
  • Online.  Go to and type “Heart of Westmorland” into the search box.  Then just click on the video and it should play automatically.
  • Download the YouTube App from your App store.  Again, type “Heart of Westmorland” into the search box and follow the steps above.
  • Most modern TVs have a YouTube channel that allows you to search as above.
  • Apple TV also has a YouTube channel that can be used in the same way.
  • You don’t need a YouTube account to access the videos in the ways mentioned above, but if you do have one, you can subscribe (for free) to our channel.  That will give you notifications every time a new video is uploaded and allow you to comment on what you see (judge us gently folks!)

Also this Sunday (22 March)…

The Archbishop of Canterbury is leading Sunday worship from Lambeth Palace on on BBC Radio 4’s Sunday Worship at 8.10am.
We also commend Richard Corrie’s programme on BBC Radio Cumbria from 6.00-9.00am.

Lent Groups

Sadly, because of the current public health emergency, Lent Group and all other Church meetings are suspended until further notice.  Please see our YouTube channel instead (details above)

Filling Station

The Filling Station is a monthly ecumenical meeting where we can ‘fill up’ on God’s word and return to our churches better equipped to serve.

Meetings are currently suspended, but further information will appear here as soon as they resume.

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.