St John’s in the Hall, Cleator Moor

Here at St John’s in the Hall we strive to be an open and welcoming community. Our newly re-ordered worship space provides an informal, flexible and yet sacred place in which we gather to worship together. St John’s is known for its hospitality and we look forward to meeting you and making you feel at home.

St John's 3.1St John’s in the Hall have a Holy Communion service at 9:30 every 1st and 3rd Sunday in the Month. There is also a mid-week Eucharist Service, again held in St John’s in the Hall.

The former Wath Brow Mission Church was a daughter church to St John’s, which was licensed for worship on 24th November, 1881. One of Cleator Moor’s most famous landmarks, with a backdrop of Dent Fell, the church was painted by L. S. Lowry in 1948.

Whilst the building is now closed a faithful and committed group from the congregation continue to gather for a Book of Common Prayer Communion Service every Tuesday at 9.15am in the Masonic Rooms at Wath Brow.  Following the service, there is a time of fellowship over  coffee. You would be very welcome to come along.