Calendar

Mar
27
Tue
Stations of the Cross (MU) All Welcome @ St Thomas' Musbury
Mar 27 @ 7:30 pm – 8:00 pm
May
9
Wed
Men’s Forum & Mother’s Union – Lancashire’s Cotton Industry @ St James Church Hall
May 9 @ 2:00 pm
Men's Forum & Mother's Union - Lancashire's Cotton Industry @ St James Church Hall | Haslingden | England | United Kingdom

All welcome to this joint event with guest speaker Michael Jackson

Dec
24
Sat
Crib Service @ St James’s Church
Dec 24 @ 4:00 pm
Crib Service @ St James’s Church

A lovely service for young and old….. help us to begin Christmas by building the Nativity Crib scene together

Jun
6
Tue
The Way @ St James Church
Jun 6 @ 7:00 pm
The Way @ St James Church

The Way” stars Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez and James Nesbitt. The film follows the exploits of an American named Tom (Martin Sheen) who travels to France to reclaim the remains of his son (Emilio Estevez) who died whilst walking the first leg of the pilgrimage known as the Camino de Santiago. However, instead of returning home, he decides to try and better understand his son, by walking the Camino, carrying his son’s ashes on the way.

As he walks, he meets various other characters including a food and marijuana loving Dutchman, an American lady with a sorrowful secret and a rather talkative Irishman (James Nesbitt). Tom rather reluctantly finds himself the leader of this small band of pilgrims, all of whom are walking the Camino seeking greater meaning to their lives.

The evening group explores the exploits of this band of pilgrims, their motivations and their physical and spiritual journeys. We will discuss big questions about salvation, and what is meant by that, in an informal and accessible way.

On 6th June we will simply sit and watch the film together. On the subsequent five Tuesday we will discuss short extracts from the film in the light of scripture coupled with our own views and insights. The use of scripture is ‘light-touch’ and no prior biblical knowledge is required!

We will also sample food and wine peculiar to the areas of northern Spain through which the Camino passes.

Jun
13
Tue
The Way @ St James Church
Jun 13 @ 7:00 pm
The Way @ St James Church

The Way” stars Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez and James Nesbitt. The film follows the exploits of an American named Tom (Martin Sheen) who travels to France to reclaim the remains of his son (Emilio Estevez) who died whilst walking the first leg of the pilgrimage known as the Camino de Santiago. However, instead of returning home, he decides to try and better understand his son, by walking the Camino, carrying his son’s ashes on the way.

As he walks, he meets various other characters including a food and marijuana loving Dutchman, an American lady with a sorrowful secret and a rather talkative Irishman (James Nesbitt). Tom rather reluctantly finds himself the leader of this small band of pilgrims, all of whom are walking the Camino seeking greater meaning to their lives.

The evening group explores the exploits of this band of pilgrims, their motivations and their physical and spiritual journeys. We will discuss big questions about salvation, and what is meant by that, in an informal and accessible way.

On 6th June we will simply sit and watch the film together. On the subsequent five Tuesday we will discuss short extracts from the film in the light of scripture coupled with our own views and insights. The use of scripture is ‘light-touch’ and no prior biblical knowledge is required!

We will also sample food and wine peculiar to the areas of northern Spain through which the Camino passes.

Jun
20
Tue
The Way @ St James Church
Jun 20 @ 7:00 pm
The Way @ St James Church

The Way” stars Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez and James Nesbitt. The film follows the exploits of an American named Tom (Martin Sheen) who travels to France to reclaim the remains of his son (Emilio Estevez) who died whilst walking the first leg of the pilgrimage known as the Camino de Santiago. However, instead of returning home, he decides to try and better understand his son, by walking the Camino, carrying his son’s ashes on the way.

As he walks, he meets various other characters including a food and marijuana loving Dutchman, an American lady with a sorrowful secret and a rather talkative Irishman (James Nesbitt). Tom rather reluctantly finds himself the leader of this small band of pilgrims, all of whom are walking the Camino seeking greater meaning to their lives.

The evening group explores the exploits of this band of pilgrims, their motivations and their physical and spiritual journeys. We will discuss big questions about salvation, and what is meant by that, in an informal and accessible way.

On 6th June we will simply sit and watch the film together. On the subsequent five Tuesday we will discuss short extracts from the film in the light of scripture coupled with our own views and insights. The use of scripture is ‘light-touch’ and no prior biblical knowledge is required!

We will also sample food and wine peculiar to the areas of northern Spain through which the Camino passes.

Jun
27
Tue
The Way @ St James Church
Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm
The Way @ St James Church

The Way” stars Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez and James Nesbitt. The film follows the exploits of an American named Tom (Martin Sheen) who travels to France to reclaim the remains of his son (Emilio Estevez) who died whilst walking the first leg of the pilgrimage known as the Camino de Santiago. However, instead of returning home, he decides to try and better understand his son, by walking the Camino, carrying his son’s ashes on the way.

As he walks, he meets various other characters including a food and marijuana loving Dutchman, an American lady with a sorrowful secret and a rather talkative Irishman (James Nesbitt). Tom rather reluctantly finds himself the leader of this small band of pilgrims, all of whom are walking the Camino seeking greater meaning to their lives.

The evening group explores the exploits of this band of pilgrims, their motivations and their physical and spiritual journeys. We will discuss big questions about salvation, and what is meant by that, in an informal and accessible way.

On 6th June we will simply sit and watch the film together. On the subsequent five Tuesday we will discuss short extracts from the film in the light of scripture coupled with our own views and insights. The use of scripture is ‘light-touch’ and no prior biblical knowledge is required!

We will also sample food and wine peculiar to the areas of northern Spain through which the Camino passes.

Jul
4
Tue
The Way @ St James Church
Jul 4 @ 7:00 pm
The Way @ St James Church

The Way” stars Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez and James Nesbitt. The film follows the exploits of an American named Tom (Martin Sheen) who travels to France to reclaim the remains of his son (Emilio Estevez) who died whilst walking the first leg of the pilgrimage known as the Camino de Santiago. However, instead of returning home, he decides to try and better understand his son, by walking the Camino, carrying his son’s ashes on the way.

As he walks, he meets various other characters including a food and marijuana loving Dutchman, an American lady with a sorrowful secret and a rather talkative Irishman (James Nesbitt). Tom rather reluctantly finds himself the leader of this small band of pilgrims, all of whom are walking the Camino seeking greater meaning to their lives.

The evening group explores the exploits of this band of pilgrims, their motivations and their physical and spiritual journeys. We will discuss big questions about salvation, and what is meant by that, in an informal and accessible way.

On 6th June we will simply sit and watch the film together. On the subsequent five Tuesday we will discuss short extracts from the film in the light of scripture coupled with our own views and insights. The use of scripture is ‘light-touch’ and no prior biblical knowledge is required!

We will also sample food and wine peculiar to the areas of northern Spain through which the Camino passes.

Jul
11
Tue
The Way @ St James Church
Jul 11 @ 7:00 pm
The Way @ St James Church

The Way” stars Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez and James Nesbitt. The film follows the exploits of an American named Tom (Martin Sheen) who travels to France to reclaim the remains of his son (Emilio Estevez) who died whilst walking the first leg of the pilgrimage known as the Camino de Santiago. However, instead of returning home, he decides to try and better understand his son, by walking the Camino, carrying his son’s ashes on the way.

As he walks, he meets various other characters including a food and marijuana loving Dutchman, an American lady with a sorrowful secret and a rather talkative Irishman (James Nesbitt). Tom rather reluctantly finds himself the leader of this small band of pilgrims, all of whom are walking the Camino seeking greater meaning to their lives.

The evening group explores the exploits of this band of pilgrims, their motivations and their physical and spiritual journeys. We will discuss big questions about salvation, and what is meant by that, in an informal and accessible way.

On 6th June we will simply sit and watch the film together. On the subsequent five Tuesday we will discuss short extracts from the film in the light of scripture coupled with our own views and insights. The use of scripture is ‘light-touch’ and no prior biblical knowledge is required!

We will also sample food and wine peculiar to the areas of northern Spain through which the Camino passes.

Dec
18
Mon
Tea, Toast & Tots Christmas Party 🧑‍🎄🎅🏻🎄 @ St James’ Haslingden
Dec 18 @ 9:45 am – 10:30 am