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Night church offers a peaceful place in the city on a Saturday night

Posted on - 3rd February, 2019 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Nightlife, Preston City Centre, Preston Minster, Preston News

There’s a new monthly event opening it’s doors in the city centre this weekend.

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Between the bars and pubs in Lune Street, the Central Methodist Church is hosting the first of it’s regular ‘Night Church’ events.

Using a mixture of candles, mood lighting and music it seeks to offer a safe place to meet God for those who might otherwise never venture into a church.

Visitors are welcome to call in for a chat, have a cup of tea or coffee, light candles and pray if they wish.

Read more: Huge plans to develop the church in Preston have been announced

A church spokesman said: “After a successful pilot night on ‘mad Friday’ 21st December, night church will become a regular event in the city centre.

“Billed as a ‘Sacred place in the city’ night church takes place from 9pm to midnight the first Saturday of each month.”

For more information visit Preston Night Church’s Facebook page.

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