Elswick Singers is a mixed choir that sings an eclectic range of music. Founded in 1987, the choir was constituted to promote knowledge and pleasure of choral music in the community whilst donating money to charitable causes. Elswick Singers is directed by Carol Newton and accompanied by Ian Whalley. The concert will start at 7.30pm on […]
Towards the end of 2014, Lytham United Reformed Church closed, and 10 members of that Church became members at the White Church. Some artefacts and furnishings also came to the White Church from the Bannister Street church before the building was sold. Some time later, a banner from Lytham United Reformed Church was spotted at […]
Linda Lunn took over the role of collecting for the Leprosy Mission at the White Church, from Hilary McGregor who died last year. Donations of cash in collection boxes and donations of used postage stamps are now passed on to the Leprosy Mission by Linda. An annual focus for support of the Leprosy Mission is […]
On Sunday 7th April 2019, the White Church hosted an Ecumenical Service for Peace led by Reverend Daleen ten Cate which included the dedication of the Peace Pole, recently installed in the grounds of the Church. Prayers of Adoration, Confession and Thanksgiving were read by Ruth Cooper, Janice Downward and Jan Hirst; a litany of […]
The latest in a series of successful social and fund-raising events took place at the White Church on Saturday afternoon, 6th April 2019. Those attending were entertained by magician Philip Eardley and enjoyed scones with jam and cream and a selection of cakes.
On Saturday 16th March, an Irish Evening was held in the Dawson Hall of the White Church. Like the Scottish Evening, the event was a great success, and a good time was had by all. Again, the hall was suitably decorated, a two-course meal was served and afterwards, Linda Lunn, accompanied by Jim Thomas on […]
To mark the end of Fairtrade Fortnight, a Fairtrade Coffee Morning will be held after morning worship this Sunday, 10th March. Please join us and support a very good cause. The event takes place in the Dawson Hall of the White Church from 11.45am and replaces the usual after-worship serving of tea and coffee.
The World Day of Prayer is a global ecumenical initiative led by Christian women, who welcome you to join in prayer and action for peace and justice. It is celebrated annually in over 170 countries on the first Friday in March. Our local World Day of Prayer event was held at the White Church this year, […]