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The Boulder

of Blessings

unbelievable, but true


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Jesus said, “For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them." Matt 18:20

CARLISLE churches

Bless those who persecute you; bless

and do not curse.

Romans 12:14



Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and

pray for them which spitefully use you,

and persecute you;

Matthew 5:44


A boulder of blessings replaces the Cursing Stone. A romantic winter’s tale that ends in blessings and a happy ending for Cumbria.

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Carlisle Passion Play 2019 - Get involved!

The Carlisle Passion Play will take place on Saturday 13 April, in the Town Hall Square.

Two hour-long performances: 11.00 am and 2.00 pm.

A dramatic outdoor performance in modern idiom portraying

the betrayal, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Are you interested in acting, being part of the crew, volunteering, stewarding? Writer and director, John Davies of Classic Theatre Cumbria, is looking for people to perform and also support the performance in wardrobe, stage set etc.

More information and to register your interest:



or Tel: 079706 73236.


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Organised by some city centre churches it provides a wonderful witness. Many passers by stop and observe and are grateful and perhaps ‘moved’ by the occasion. The Salvation Army Band provide the music and we sing along to four or five songs remembering our Saviour. There is a short sermon by a church leader and the reading of scriptures.


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Carlisle Cathedral

The Sixteen are back!

Choral Pilgrimage

Thursday 11 July at 7.30pm

Tickets: £15.00 - £25.00

Concessions available for students, disabled patrons, job seekers and under-18s.

10.45am 19th April


On Good Friday every year there is an outdoor service at the Carlisle Cross in front of the Old Town Hall.


Proof  Reader

Required for one manuscript (novel) 82,000 words. Fee negotiable.

Readers are also welcome to give an opinion. It is based in 1812 and the journey of a young man who believes he has lost everything but he finds fate has favoured him. Intrigue, danger, friendship and love are waiting on his travels across land and oceans.


Contact: Messenger@carlisle-churches.org.uk