At Kendal Parish Church, one of the ways in which we seek to grow in our faith and in our friendships with one another is through Housegroups.
Housegroups are where we meet in groups of 6-10 people in someone’s home for an hour or two to build friendship, explore questions, study the bible and pray together.
Mothers’ Union is an international Christian charity that seeks to support families worldwide.
There is an active and flourishing Mother’s Union group at Kendal Parish Church which meets regularly throughout the year. New members are always welcome and if you are interested in coming along, please get in touch with us through the office.
There are twelve bells in the belfry, the oldest of which has been in use since at least 1537. The most recent addition, a bell dated 1856 came from our daughter church, All Hallows, Fellside. The pub next to the church, one of the few on consecrated ground, is called the Ring O’Bells.
We always welcome bellringers to join our team. If you would like to know more, please contact Eileen Jackson on 01539 737175
We ring on Sunday from 8.45am to 9.30am, and from 4.30pm to 6.00pm on 4th Sundays, but please check with us first. We practise on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm
For further information about the bells. please see: http://kendalparishchurch.co.uk/history/tour/bells/
We are always looking for people to help our dedicated team who make our church so beautiful throughout the year. Do contact us if you would like to know more.
The PCC is the elected council of the church. It is our job to work together to help the church move forward in mission and pastoral care. The PCC has various groups, made up of people from across the church. We meet to prayerfully think through and plan different aspects of our church life as we seek to be a welcoming Christian community serving the people of Kendal. We are committed to playing our full part in the Bishop’s Vision for the diocese: God for All. For more details of the diocesan vision, please visit the Carlisle Diocese website.
We are committed to ensuring that this is a safe place for everyone and take the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults very seriously.