At the heart of the community in
Feniscowles and Pleasington
Immanuel Parish Church
Blackburn BB2 5EW
9:15am - (Said)
10:30am - Parish Eucharist
Family Service and Parade
on the third Sunday of the month
7:30pm - All Age Family Eucharist
Vicar’s Gift Day
If you were not
able to come to the vicar’s Gift Day this year, a donation to Church may still
be made through the wardens or treasurer, Gift Aid envelopes may be use
The Parish of IMMANUEL FENISCOWLES is committed to providing a safe and creative environment for all its work, including with children and young people and those who might be vulnerable.
Our first priority is to maintain a safe setting as the context for all our work and then work within procedures which will endeavour to keep us all safe from harm.
To see our safeguarding policies, procedures and contact numbers, please click on the 'Safeguarding' tab on the left hand menu
To contact us about any safeguarding issue please contact our parish safeguarding officer
Immanuel is a at the heart of our local community here in Feniscowles and Pleasington. We believe that God has called us to reflect the grace, beauty, love and peace of God to one another and to our neighbours here in Feniscowles, Pleasington, and Cherry Tree.
God has blessed us with a and historic church building and with a heritage of and worship. We want to all that God has given us, with those who want to more of God’s grace and blessing in their lives.
David, our Vicar, considers himself to have been appointed to the whole parish and not just to those who go to church. He would like to hear from you if you want to arrange a baptism, , or if you would just like him to drop in for a cuppa.
Immanuel Church is your parish church. It is primarily a place of worship but it is also a place where you can go when you need a bit of peace and quiet or simply to marvel at the skills of the craftsmen of yesteryear.
To your Wedding or Christening at Immanuel call the Vicar, David Roscoe on
See wedding and christening images and at Immanuel
by the links to the left
WELCOME TO OUR SERVICES
Everyone is very welcome at Immanuel. We have a range of Services on different days and of different styles, come along to experience more.
9:15am - (traditional language)
A quiet said using the traditional language Church of England , the Book of Common . There are no hymns and the service lasts about 35 mins. The service a short talk by the vicar to help to think about either the for the day or or events. A contemplative, quiet to the day.
10:30am - Parish Eucharist
The main service of the week which includes hymns and a by the vicar on either the Bible readings or a or . There are prayers led by of the and tea and served after the service. The focus of the service is on receiving along with the of the Bible readings, vicars , prayers and hymns.
Every third Sunday of the month we are joined by all our Uniformed Organisations and lots of parents with young children for a child friendly and Parade Service. In this Service children from the Uniformed Organisations receive the badges they achieved in the previous month.
7:30pm - Family Communion
An child friendly Communion Service with modern language and an all age based around a modern language Bible story. The Service lasts about half an hour and children are chosen to take the and bring the and wine to the altar. are often also chosen to help in the all age too!
Everyone is welcome to have a family Baptism (Christening) at Immanuel or to arrange to be here - please the vicar to book weddings and baptisms on;
or call - 07506 552784
or email on - email@example.com
or come along to a Service and speak to the vicar
Once again Immanuel was full to capacity for our Remembrance Sunday Service which ended with the two minutes silence around the cenotaph and the laying of wreathes and crosses.
Click on the sub tabs coming from the main history tab when your cursor is hovered over it to access biographies of some of the soldiers remembered on our Cenotaph.
Each biography was written and researched by Sandy Woods, our Scout Master; each year on Remembrance Sunday Sandy tells the story of one of the soldiers on the Cenotaph.
This year we learned about private William Trinder, read William's story by hovering your cursor over the main History Tab, along with many more biographies of those we honour on Remembrance Sunday thanks to Sandy Woods