I have lived in Lancashire for over 30 years, the last 15 of them in Clitheroe. I'm a former teacher and a member of St. Mary Magdalene's Church. I sing in the Church choir and am in the Open Church Group.

Author Archives: Patricia Duxbury

Ash Wednesday

  February 26th is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Join the Chain of Prayer in church between 10 am and 3.30 pm. Come along for just 15 minutes to reflect on God’s goodness to us despite the way we often let Him down. If you can sign up on the list at the…

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Share the Light

“Share the Light” Services at St. Mary Magdalene’s on Candlemas Sunday, February 2nd: 8 am Holy Communion; 10 am (Note the new time!) Parade and Family Service; 5 pm Words, music and lights for Candlemas including congregational hymns and music sung by the choir.  …

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Advent Carol Service

Sunday, December 1st at 6.30 pm Begin your preparations for the celebration of the birth of Jesus at the Clitheroe Christians in Partnership Advent Carol Service in St. Mary Magdalene’s. The music will include: Hymns O come, o come, Emmanuel Hills of the north, rejoice People look east the time is near On Jordan’s bank…

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The Times are changing!

Coming in February – New Service Time From Sunday, February 2nd 2020 our principal morning service will begin at 10 am. There will still be TOAST and JAM young people’s groups; the service will usually be Parish Communion; the choir will still sing; and we shall all be there at the new time. Make a…

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Tuesday, December 3rd, our organist David Thornton will give the lunch time organ recital from 1 pm – 1.40 pm Wednesday, December 4th, Election Hustings in the St Mary’s Centre – tickets https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/election-hustings-tickets-83981552083…

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Our Harvest Festival

Are you a thankful person? 29th September at 9.30 is our Harvest Festival when we give thanks for the food we have and remember and support those who do not have enough. This year we are supporting the work of Ribble Valley Foodbank and the Bishop’s Harvest Appeal (click here for further details)   This…

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