St Lawrence’s Rushton Spencer

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About Us at St Lawrence Rushton Spencer
The church exterior is mostly sand stone some dating from the end of the 17th century. A much older timber framed church possibly from the 14th Century exists within the stonewalls. There is a short wooden tower with an 18th Century belfry.
If you have ever wondered what the term rural means, then we are rural in the nicest and quaintest of ways. You reach our church via a track across a field, we have no mains water, no toilet and no meeting room, but what we do have are hearts full of love and a very welcoming nature. Revd. Amanda regularly visits our church school in Rushton to lead assembly and the children come to church for special school services. Two of our main social and fundraising events are our Open/Gift Day which is held in church every year on Easter Eve [church open 10am – 3pm] and our Harvest Supper held in Meerbrook Village Hall.
Services of Holy Communion and/or Morning Praise are held at 11.30am on Sunday these sometimes include Baptism.

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