Rivington Triennial Pilgrimage
Table decorated for the Triennial Pilgrimage
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Services at the chapel are on the first and third Sundays of the month at 2.15 pm.

Although it is not restricted by dogma, our worship can be viewed as a celebration of our deepest values. We see our religious beliefs as relevant to all aspects of life including the wider community.

We have a Lay Person in Charge, Vince McCully, who looks after the pastoral needs of the congregation. Vince usually takes six services during the year.

Our other Sunday services are conducted by a visiting minister or lay preacher. They usually consist of an address or reflection, prayer and meditation, music, hymn-singing,and occasional dramatic presentations. Our readings are from the Bible but also from relevant material from other faiths.

We enjoy a wide variety of perspectives from visiting speakers who may sometimes include Presbyterian, United Reform and Church of England ministers.

All visitors and enquirers are made most welcome and are invited to join us for tea and a chat after special services such as anniversaries and festivals