We have a modern audio-visual system.
We observe the corona codes. The chairs are set out not as in the photograph but incorporates social distancing, with a sanitisation station on entry.
We are a Protestant Christian Church, Anglican in style but not the established Church of England. We are a member of the Free Church of England.
There are just 24 Free Church of England Churches in the UK, and 53 throughout the world. Our Church is in Mill Hill, Blackburn, Lancashire.
Our congregation draws from Blackburn, Rishton and Darwen so far.
We have an active youth section, severly curtailed just now because of covid.
See also our frequently asked questions about our church.
Due to Covid the church building is open for Sunday Services only for now. Other activities are still suspended.
25th April at 10:30 in church
Next Bible Study on Zoom is on 21st April at 7:30p.m.
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By "popular" request we shall try to make sense of the book of Zechariah. Is it possible in 1 hour?
Historically, the Free Church of England broke away from the established Church of England in the late 1800's in response to perceived attemps to re-introduce Roman Catholic dogma into the established church, an attempt inspired by the so called "Oxford Movement".
As a denomination this influences our resistance to introductions of unbiblical teaching and practices today, helped by our small size, and an acute awareness of our history.
See more about the Free Church of England on our external link.
We are Bible believing, trinitarian, Gospel centred and Jesus loving people. Our distictive position is conservative evangelical.
Our music is largely non-exuberant usually with piano accompliment. Not that we are against drums and guitars, it is just that there is no one gifted in that direction in our midst.
A more comprehensive belief page can be found on our website
A warm welcome awaits anyone who cares to join us. Why not give us a try?