About Our Church
Who We Are
We are a community of people, who are part of the Church of England, serving the central area of Morecambe. We have a regular Sunday attendance of about 100 adults and 30 children, worshipping at 3 services on a Sunday as well as midweek.
Regular activities take place through the week for both our church members and the wider community, offering many opportunities to get involved. Click here for highlights of what's coming up, or get a copy of the latest notice sheet from church.
Where We Are
We are located in Poulton-le-Sands, the original village from which Morecambe grew. The church building is on Church Street, near Morecambe Police Station.
For more details, see How to Find Us
What Happens in the Building
Information about regular worship services can be found on the right hand side of this page.
Choirs and other groups hold rehearsals, concerts and other events in our building. To see the terms and conditions and to apply for a booking, please use this form. You can view the building's current availability here.
Due to a family bereavement, the Moricosta String Trio have had to cancel Monday's concert.
Some sermons and articles are available over on our church blog. Click here.
8:00am Holy Communion
9:50am Junior Church (Term time only except on 2nd Sunday) Held in the Memorial Hall
10:00am Parish Eucharist most Sundays
10:00am All-age worship usually 2nd Sunday of the month:
A simpler and shorter service for all ages to share.
6:30pm Evening Service
Each month there is:-
11:30pm Holy Communion
Includes worship, craft, prayer, fun, stories, finishing with a meal. Takes place monthly on Fridays at 3.45, doors open 3.15. Click here for more information
You can now donate to Morecambe Parish Church by text direct from your mobile phone. For example, if you send MORC45 £3 to 70070 it will make a donation of £3 to funds.
You can replace the £3 with £1, £2, £5 or even £10 if you prefer. It will cost a standard text plus the amount you choose to donate.
The small print: Please make sure you have the bill-payer’s permission. Some phone contracts can block non-standard calls and texts