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Welcome to


Who are we?

Founded in AD553, we are an evangelical Anglican church and welcome people of all traditions or none.

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Services this month

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Crosthwaite Church

3 December Holy Communion 10:30am

10 December Morning Worship 9:30am

16 December Christingle 4pm

17 December Crosthwaite Carols 4pm

24 December Carols & Magic! 6pm

24 December Holy Communion 11pm

25 December Holy Communion 10:30am

31 December Holy Communion 10:30am

Underskiddaw Church Room

3 December Holy Communion 6pm 

10 December No service

17 December Holy Communion 9am

19 December Underskiddaw Carols in the Village Hall at 7pm

25 December Holy Communion 6pm

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Crosthwaite Church is usually open each day 10am-4pm for private prayer or to explore the building.

Underskiddaw Church Room is usually open 9:30am-5:30pm most days for private prayer or to buy, borrow or exchange books.

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What's coming up


Baby and Toddler Group 

12 December

Friday Morning Prayer Group

 1, 8 and 15 December: Sunday School Room at 9:30am

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Who is Jesus?

Would you like to know more about the Christian faith?
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The Parochial Church Council of St Kentigern, Keswick is committed to creating and maintaining a safe and nurturing environment for everyone, especially for children, young people and vulnerable adults. It has adopted and approved the Church of England policy for promoting a safer church. This policy deals with all aspects of safeguarding children and vulnerable adults. A full text can be found here.

To discuss any safeguarding concerns relating to Crosthwaite Church Keswick please contact either the

Concerns can also be raised with the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor, Joanna van Lachterop, on 07458 016884 or

Urgent concerns about vulnerable adults should be referred to your local District Adult Social Care office 0300 303 2704 or, out of normal office hours, the Emergency Duty Team 01228 526690, or the Police.

Click here for the The Church of England’s Safeguarding Policy for children, young people and adults Policy

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