Ash Wednesday – 17th February 2021

You are welcome to join us at 6.30pm in St Lawrence, Crosby Ravensworth for a simple and brief service of Holy Communion with the imposition of Ashes.

A full service marking Ash Wednesday and preparing for Lent will be on our YouTube Channel.

Lent Midweek Services

Every Wednesday evening, from 24 February – 24 March,there will be a simple, socially distanced service of evening prayer in St Lawrence, Crosby Ravensworth at 6.30pm with Lenten reflections led by Rt Revd James Bell.

All Welcome.  Please wear a facemask when in Church.

Lent Course 2021

What’s Happening?

This year we are offering a Lent Course via Zoom.  The materials are being prepared for us by the Bishop of Penrith, Rt Revd Emma Ineson and we will be taking the course together across the Mission Community.

To access the course, you will need to download Zoom onto your device and will need a tablet, smartphone, or a desktop with camera and microphone, so that you can been seen and heard.

Each session will last one hour.  It will begin with shared worship, before we split into small groups for discussion.  At the end, we will come back together for closing worship.

When’s it Happening?

Tuesday Evenings at 7.30 from 23 Feb – 23 March

Thursday Afternoons at 2.00pm from 25 Feb – 25 March

How to Join Us

The Zoom link (which you will need to join the meeting) will be circulated by e-mail nearer the time.  Please make sure you have signed up for our e-mail circulation list to receive the email.


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 on Zoom.  For details, please e-mail the Rector

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.