At this bleakest time of the year, when apparently suicides rise – the days are short, sunlight scarce, and the festivities of Christmas a world away, the Church celebrates six weeks of “Epiphany” which means Christ’s “shining out”.  Christmas saw

Change of Venue

On Sunday the 7th October this year there will be no morning service at Holy Trinity, Langdale.  Instead we shall all be joining together for a service at St Mary’s Ambleside (along with 14 other worshipping congregations in this area);

Autumn 2018

Heritage Open Days On Saturday 8th September and Friday 14th from 10am to 4.30pm, refreshments will be available, all rooms in the church will be open, objects used in worship will be on display, visitors can see an old 19th


25th March – Palm Sunday 10.30 a.m. – Mark 11, 1 – 11 Thanksgiving for the birth of Jasper Thomas combined with a traditional celebration of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem on a donkey to the praises of his people. 29th

Post-Christmas blues

Who really wants to say goodbye to family togetherness, parties, a precious time of leisure… before the hurly-burly of “ordinary life” takes over again?  It’s sometimes a sad task to take down those Christmas decorations, but it’s got to be

New Year 2018

Services will be as usual this January, except for Sunday 21st January, when there will be no service in Holy Trinity Langdale. Instead, we shall meet our fellow Christians for a combined service in St. Mary’s Ambleside, at 11:00AM. We