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Church of St Paul, Frizington

St Paul’s Church, located on Church Street in Frizington, was consecrated in 1868. The Early English style church is built of red sandstone from Crosslacon quarry. The building was altered in 2000 to include a cafe, 'The Lingla Centre Cafe', as well as the area for worship.[1] The church is part of the Crosslacon Team Ministry.

Frizington 1868 Churches and Cathedrals
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St Paul's Church, Frizington

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Crosslacon Team Ministry
- "...Our churches serve a number of communities on the western edge of the fells. In the Crosslacon team we have: St Michael’s church, which serves the villages of Arlecdon, Asby …

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Frizington – St Paul’s Church
- "St Paul’s Church was consecrated in 1868. It is in the early English style of architecture built of red sandstone from Crosslacon quarry. The Church was altered in 2000 and …

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