The foundation stone of a new church was laid by Sir Stephen Glynne on 31st. August 1865 and, on 15th October 1867, the church – dedicated to St. Bartholomew – was consecrated.
St. Bartholomew’s Church is designed in Gothic style and constructed of stone from the Helsby quarries.
St. Bartholomew’s is the home of ‘Bart Art’, which takes place in June each year. The work of local artists has been showcased at our festival for almost twenty years.
In addition to Bart Art, the church hosts a number of events for all the family throughout the year, from craft fairs to a Christmas market to plant sales and much more…
A warm welcome and inviting refreshments await visitors to our church.
Services at St. Bartholomew’s
Sunday worship: 11:30am each Sunday – either Sung Eucharist or Morning Prayer