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Welcome to the parish of Broughton St. John Baptist

Broughton parish is served by three worship centres: the parish church of St. John Baptist, St. Martin's Chapel within the Parish Hall Complex, and St. Peter's Chapel within St. Peter's Church of England Primary School. The oldest primary school in the U.K., Broughton Church of England Primary School founded in 1590, is located next to the parish church. Join us in worship and fellowship.

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Communion

Confirmation and Holy Communion 2015

This year’s parish Confirmation and Holy Communion service will be celebrated by The Rt Rev’d Julian Henderson, Bishop of Blackburn, on Sunday 28th June at 4.00pm. Parishioners aged school Year 6 and above are invited to be Confirmed and receive Holy Communion. Applications forms have been sent to the parish primary schools, but are also…

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“Praise Him: Songs of Praise in the New Testament”

The programme is written by Paula Gooder, a renowned theologian and Scripture scholar. Contributors to the sessions include Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, Sister Wendy Beckett nun and art historian of TV fame, and the actor David Suchet, a convert to Christianity. The five sessions will be held in St Peter’s School Hall starting at…

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Morning and Evening Prayer

From earliest times, Christians gathered at regular hours during each day and night to respond to God’s word with praise on behalf of creation and with intercession for the salvation of the world. By the fourth century, if not earlier, morning and evening had emerged as the pre-eminent hours for the offering of this sacrifice…


The Weekly Bulletin

Please click here to see the Weekly Bulletin - 1st March 2015 - The Second Sunday of Lent

Inspiration for Prayer

"Almighty God, you show to those who in error the light of your truth, that they may return to the way of righteousness: grant to all those who are admitted into the fellowship of Christ's religion, that they may reject those things that are contrary to their profession, and follow all such things as are agreeable to the same; through our Lord Jesus Christ, who is alive and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen" Collect for the Second Sunday of Lent.

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