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SCC Parish Church, Cumbria, is the parish church of Scotby (All Saints Church) and Cotehill (St Johns Church) with Cumwhinton.

The united parish was formed in the late 90’s from the adjacent parishes of Scotby and Cotehill with Cumwhinton, all villages located within Cumbria, to the east of Carlisle between the A69 and the M6. Click here to view more about us and our location.

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Our Church

The aim is to be stronger disciples of Christ – who by work and deed Reflect Christ, rejoice in Christ and are people who reveal Christ to this world.

The vision is to be the church in the community and church of the community, and to be a people who are ready to listen to what the Spirit is saying to our church so that we can bring God’s kingdom here on earth, especially in this part of Cumbria.

The Focus is to become a more prayerful community, who will take the gospel out to where people are but also to help our congregation become spiritually mature in Christ.

We are a thriving, evangelical parish in the Deanery of Brampton, part of the Archdeaconry of Carlisle in the Diocese of Carlisle, Cumbria. Our parish has a suburban and rural feel and lies to the east of Carlisle. Near by are Hadrian’s Wall, the Lake District and the Eden Valley.

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  • Five Weeks in!

    Our last two postings seem to have gone astray, possibly due to weak wifi, also photos are not getting through, but never mind, here is...

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  • Manchester Prayers: Church Open for Prayer 24th May

    All, In view of the very sad and tragic events of last night at manchester, we have decided to open Scotby church from 9am to...

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  • More blue skies!

    Folk keep telling us how they got caught in heavy downpours, but we seem to be missing them all! My phone keeps flashing warnings of...

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