Trinity URC Methodist Church King Street Great Harwood BB6 7JN
        
Committed to creating Safer spaces for our church and community 

th the joining of three churches in Great Harwood. Central Methodist, Orchard Street Methodist and Great Harwood United Reformed.

Methodists and Reformists have a long history in Great Harwood dating back to 1747.  They have occupied many buildings and had different names throughout the years,

The King Street building where Trinity Church is based was built in 1913, to house the Sunday School rooms and church hall. of the church next door which was demolished in 1974.

Since then the church has been an important building for Great Harwood, both spiritually and for being home to many different community groups

                

 

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Worship is suspended During the Covid-19 crisis  and patterns of worship will change. 
Dependent on the regulations in force they may be on  Zoom, YouTube, streamed on Facebook from a church  without a congregation  or from one with a socially distanced congregation in a secure setting. For more  information see the  SERVICES  web page or the churches  Latest Weekly Notices  button . 
Other activities are limited; Bible studies, some social activities 
and business meetings are being held by Zoom. Details can be found on the  Notice Sheets. Please feel free to use the  Contact Us  button on any page of the website.

 

 

King Street, Great Harwood
Blackburn, BB6 7J
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Great Harwood Circuit,
Lancashire District

Situated in the heart of the town overlooking the Town Gate Clock Tower

Tee churches in the
Great Harwood Circuit
of the Lancashire District of the Methodist Church
The other churches being Rishton
and Clayton-le-Moors

he church is in the pastoral care of  the superintendent minister
, Rev Geoffrey Hays
 tel 01254 491850

l ‘This facility has been suspended at this time’.

 

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