The Church Council met up with us last week (in a socially distanced way of course), and on your behalf presented us with the most lovely wooden bowl, hand-crafted from local oak by George Brown, together with a very generous
We have said our farewells to the local church at a final, very moving, socially distanced, (but physical!) Service in Holy Trinity, and also to the wider valley community through the pages of The Langdalian; but Langdale Church has a
26th February Ash Wednesday. We join brothers and sisters in St Mary’s Ambleside for a service to mark the beginning of this season. There will be Communion and the imposition of ashes 1st March First Sunday in Lent.
Soon we shall be hosting our wonderful visiting singers from the Harrogate Festival Choral Course. They are a vibrant and exciting group of singers who sing a great variety of Christmas-themed songs, old and new… interspersed with thought-provoking seasonal poetry.
On Friday 25th there’ll be a Fun Day at Holy Trinity Church, open to all children of Primary School age. The theme will be “journey” and children will walk into an imaginary world in which they go on an exciting
10th March First Sunday in Lent. Luke 4: 1 – 13. The temptations in the wilderness. How typical are they of our temptations? Is there such a being as the Devil or is this just a shorthand 1st century way
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
Sunday 23rd December 10.30am Brief said service of Holy Communion 3pm Community Carol Service by candle-light, followed by light refreshments Monday 24th December 11pm Candlelit Midnight
Looking back and looking forward REMEMBRANCE Yesterday we commemorated all who died fighting for their country – especially the 31 men from Langdale who died in the World Wars. We were blessed to be joined by a serving soldier, Emma