• Worshipping God, 
    loving one another, serving our town
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    Click here for a virtual tour of the church.  Our latest news is here  but scroll down for more information

    Though churches have permission to continue to be open for public worship, we must remember that it is exactly that – permission.  There will be some members of our congregations who, for very understandable reasons, don’t feel that the time is right to join in public worship.   To those people in particular, please be assured  that you are not letting God, the vicar, the church  or yourself down, and you should not feel at all guilty.   Self-care remains very important and you are none the less a part of our church family because of such a decision.    A form of service for prayers at home is to be found here

    Christians Together in Bolton Town Centre:

    This week’s joint service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will be available online via the Victoria Hall website: www.victoriahallbolton.co.uk or by searching ‘Victoria Hall Bolton’ on YouTube anytime on the 24th January onwards.

     

    We still have a full risk assessment in place which can be read here and we are confident that we provide a covid secure environment for our congregations.  

    Please remember those whom we are supporting throughout the year and continue to bring in donations for the Grub Tub, 

    Streamed Services:We will continue with a  service  on line every week at 11.00am via Facebook and You Tube

    Prayer Locker has a weekly Sunday slot  on Facebook.

    You will find the booklet containing each Sunday's readings and collects on the Publications page of this website. 

     

     

     

     

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  • Welcome to Bolton Parish Church - the Parish Church of St Peter Bolton-le-Moors.   We are a Church of England parish within the Diocese of Manchester. Bolton Parish Church is the civic church of Bolton, rooted in the Anglican choral tradition, and is known throughout the town as “the Parish Church”.

    There has been a Christian place of worship on this site for 1200 years - and we are proud to continue this heritage of Anglican witness in the heart of the town. Our mission statement is Worshipping God: Loving one another: Serving our town and in living out this mission, we welcome everyone who comes to us.

     
     

     

     

     

     

     
     

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