St Cuthbert’s Church Carlisle
Roof Appeal
Aspire to God, my Soul
a concert of Choral Music given by
The Choir of St Matthew’s Church, Northampton
Director Stephen Moore Organist Thomas Moore
including music by Howells, Stopford, Chilcott
and Mathias
Friday 29 August at 7.30pm
Tickets £5, available in advance or on the door
For more information contact:
01228 712281
St Cuthbert’s Church, Blackfriars Street, Carlisle. CA3 8UF

See 'What's Going On' for our service details

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 History and General Description

The Church stands not east-west but square to the Roman Road north through Carlisle (the A6, in town Blackfriars St). It is therefore of early foundation, perhaps before St Cuthbert's visit to Carlisle in 685. The present Church, probably the fourth on the site, dates from 1778.

It has a unique moving pulpit, a fourteenth century window, a window commemorating our hospitality to a Latvian Lutheran congregation, and a very attractive series of windows depicting the life of St Cuthbert. It is open every day during daylight hours. Our motto is: "Christian Hospitality"