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

Remembrance Sunday

November 8th 2020 Remembrance Sunday Service St. Mary Magdalene’s will hold a service on Zoom at 10 am. You should receive an invitation if we have your details from previous Zoom Sunday Services. If you have not joined in before, e-mail andyfroud@gmail.com for an invitation Marking Remembrance Sunday from your home Due to the lockdown…

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Celebrate St. Mary Magdalene

Patronal Festival Sunday. July 19th 8am Holy Communion in church 10 am Holy Communion in Church 12.30 pm Celebration picnic in the church garden A short outdoor service followed by a socially distanced picnic. Bring your own food and drink and something to sit on. If you plan to join in please e-mail: patricialduxbury@yahoo.co.uk so…

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St. Mary Magdalene’s Online

Even though we have only limited access to our church building at the moment, worship at St. Mary Magdalene’s continues. There is a service in church at 8 am each Sunday and our online worship continues: Daily Morning Prayer; Sunday Morning Worship; Sunday 10 am Zoom Service. To join in, e-mail andyfroud@gmail.com  Sunday Holy Communion…

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Whitsuntide Songs of Praise

United Benefice of Clitheroe, Chatburn and Downham Online worship for Pentecost Pentecost Sunday May 31st: Songs of Praise with contributions from all four churches. This service can be accessed from Sunday morning May 31st through the websites of St. Mary Magdalene’s Clitheroe https://www.stmarysclitheroe.co.uk St. Paul’s, Low Moor https://www.stpaulslowmoor.org.uk or Christ Church, Chatburn https://www.christchurchchatburn.org.uk…

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Thy Kingdom Come

From Ascension to Pentecost, join the Global Wave of Prayer Pray with Christians all over the world for more people to come to know Jesus better. Choose five people you would regularly like to pray for, perhaps using the prayer: Loving Father,  In the face of Jesus Christ your light and glory have blazed forth…

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