Carlisle  Churches

all of them


Good works

open to all


Music and books


The Unity  Album

a Carlisle creation


The Boulder

of Blessings

unbelievable, but true


Bound Together

Christ centred ecumenical website


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Bound Together Christ centred ecumenical website

Jesus said, “For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them." Matt 18:20

CARLISLE churches

Bless those who persecute you; bless

and do not curse.

Romans 12:14


Jesus said

Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and

pray for them which spitefully use you,

and persecute you;

Matthew 5:44


A boulder of blessings replaces the Cursing Stone. A romantic winter’s tale that ends in blessings and a happy ending for Cumbria.


and Kindle Edition

Carlisle’s Christian good works and charities


Christians are involved in every aspect of charitable giving individually and within Christian and non Christian organisations.


Their contribution to the stability and fairness of our society is beyond calculation.



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Meal Bank - Hebron Church, Botchergate - providing a good meal, in a safe place


Carlisle Food Bank


Community Reach

closely associated with Belle Vue Community Church of the Nazarene



A Christian charity directly involved in more than 200 schools in NW England introducing children to a knowledge of the Lord Jesus.


Youth With A Mission (YWAM in Carlisle)

Young Christians involved in evangelism.


Street Pastors in Carlisle

Street Pastors is an inter-denominational Church response to urban problems, engaging with people on the streets to care, listen and help. Their ministry in Carlisle began on Saturday 5th June 2010. They currently have 23 active street pastors and 18 prayer pastors, with our age ranging from 18 – 78. Follow on facebook


Operation Mobilisation

Their world wide communications office is in Kingstown, Carlisle. Over 5,400 people working in 110 countries are serving with Operation Mobilisation to bring a message of hope to the people of the world, proclaiming the love of God through literature, the creative arts, friendship, Bible studies, videos and cassette tapes, correspondence courses, relief and development work, and much, much more…


Christians Against Poverty

Carlisle CAP Centre Mobile 07812 524849. More info from Elim Community Church, Telephone 01228 523991. Debt Helpline 0800 328 0006.


Churches Together in Carlisle  Not sure what they are up to but have to assume they are doing something.


Christian Charity Shops

Salvation Army Charity Shop,

53-57, Wigton Rd, Carlisle, Cumbria CA2 7AY. Tel: 01228 544385.


Op Shops - an Anglican initiative with seven shops in Carlisle providing quality unwanted items as well as Christian resources.


Christian gift Shop

Carlisle Cathedral shop is inside the Cathedral to the right of the entrance.

Tel 01228 548151.


Christian cafe

Oasis Coffee Shop at Elim Community Church, (St Paul’s), Lonsdale Street. Tuesday to Friday 10.30am - 1.45pm. Serving the local community by offering meals and light refreshments at a reasonable price. Tel: 0781 354 3281. This is a valuable social ministry which also gives free meals and hot drinks to those in need, as well as providing the catering for a number of local charities, serving the elderly, those with learning difficulties, as well as those suffering from mental health issues.


Carlisle Cathedral Cafe - utilising the historic precinct for God’s modern purposes. Stunning building and fantastic views in the centre of the Cathedral grounds. A perfect place to rest a while in the City of Carlisle.


Dove Coffee Lounge - One World Centre, Chapel Street, Carlisle, Tel. 01228 591757 - Tues and Wed 10am to 2pm. Thursday lunches (very reasonable). Church of Scotland building, Chapel Street, Carlisle.


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