News and gallery

For enquiries regarding our printed parish magazine, please contact Paul Outhwaite (parishmagazine@freckletonparishchurch.org.uk).

For enquiries regarding our online communications, please contact Craig Eckersley (webmaster@freckletonparishchurch.org.uk).

If you would like us to publish your photographs from baptisms or weddings at Holy Trinity, or if you have anything else that you would like us to consider publishing, please send it to Craig Eckersley.
(By submitting or posting photographs or articles, you are deemed to have consented to their publication on behalf of everyone depicted or mentioned therein.)

St Paul's Warton newssheet

This is accessible via the 'News Sheet' link at www.achurchnearyou.com/warton-st-paul.

Freckleton C of E School newsletters

www.freckleton.lancs.sch.uk/parents/letters-1/newsletters-1.

Blackburn Diocesan magazine - The See

www.blackburn.anglican.org/diocesan-magazine-the-see


Flag of remembrance for the Freckleton air disaster

During our commemoration last year of the 75th anniversary of the Freckleton Air Disaster, representatives from the United States military presented us with a folded flag. We are pleased to announce that this flag has now gone on permanent display at Freckleton C of E School. We thank Lynn and Andrew Slater for supplying this presentation case.

December 2020: We're restarting our services again

We are pleased to announce that, as the second lockdown ends, we are resuming our services again, beginning with Holy Communion at 10:00 on Thursday 3 December and Worship4U at 11:00 on Sunday 6 December. We shall continue to exercise all necessary safety measures for COVID-19.

Remembrance Sunday

As the second COVID-19 lockdown has again prevented us from holding services in church, we've prepared this virtual act of remembrance for this coming Remembrance Sunday. To see the video, please go to https://youtu.be/xoKj4gu3pjk.

November 2020: Church model

We are very thankful to Jean Lancaster for so kindly hand-making and giving us this 1/27- scale model of our church.

October 2020: Commonwealth war graves

We are pleased to announce that the Commonwealth War Graves Commission has formally recognized our churchyard as a site with Commonwealth war graves, in memory of Leading Aircraftman James Thomas Garlick, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, and Corporal Herbert Davies, Royal Army Service Corps. For more information, see www.cwgc.org/visit-us/find-cemeteries-memorials/cemetery-details/40510/FRECKLETON%20(HOLY%20TRINITY)%20CHURCHYARD/.

October 2020: Keeping you safe in church

Please remain assured that we are adaptively continuing to follow all regulations and guidelines from the Government and the Church of England to keep people of all ages as safe as possible from COVID-19 in our church. We have a QR code for those who are using the NHS COVID-19 Test and Trace app. Anyone with any concerns is welcome to discuss them with any of our Clergy Team, Churchwardens, PCC or Safeguarding Officer at any time. Stay safe and keep smiling!

26 April 2020

January 2020: Yurch News

Our Sleepover in church on 30 November was a great success. Seven of us braved a very cold night, made ourselves a cardboard shelter and spent some of the night experiencing, in a small way,what it would be like to be homeless. We were very pleased with the support we received from our friends and family and are pleased that we were able to raise £300 for the Church Urban Fund, supporting homeless people.

During the rest of the night we played lots of games, including board games we brought from home, and some of us watched a movie, before settling down at 1.30am. Our leaders were very pleased because this is the earliest they have been able to get to sleep at a Sleepover, which they are usually inclined to call a Wakeover!! A big thank you to all our church friends who supported us in this event.

We spent most of our meeting time in December making Christmas crafts for our stall, where donations are in aid of our charity for the year 'Amazing Grace', a charity that supports homeless people in Blackpool. We will tell you how much we collected next month, but a big thank you to everyone who supported us.

Our  December meetings finished with a party night enjoyed by all.

Everyone at Yurch wishes you a  very happy and healthy 2020.

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Invitation to join Friends of Holy Trinity Church

HT-Friends_invitation-Iss03.pdf

History of Freckleton Church of England Primary School

Copies of the History of Freckleton Church of England Primary School, by local historian Peter Shakeshaft, are available in church at the reduced price of £8.

History of Holy Trinity Freckleton

Copies of the History of Holy Trinity Freckleton, by local historian Peter Shakeshaft, are available in church at £4.50.

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Sundays:

Holy Communion, 08:30

1st and 3rd Sunday every month
(2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday at St Paul's, Warton)


Parish Communion, 11:00

(Worship4U every 1st Sunday)


Evensong, 18:00

2nd and 4th Sunday every month
(1st and 3rd Sunday at St Paul's, Warton; 5th Sunday - see Events)

Thursdays:

Holy Communion, 10:00



Holy days:

As announced - see Events page



Please check the Events page for any variations.



Lytham Road, Freckleton, PRESTON,
Lancashire, PR4 1AA


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