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Lytham Methodist Church

An awe inspiring interior with interesting examples of stained glass, including a modern piece by the acclaimed artist, Brian Clarke.

Lytham St Annes, Lancashire

Opening times

The church is open by request or during open days.


Park Street
Lytham St Annes

This Lancashire town centre church built in 1868 is worth a visit any time that you find yourself on the Fylde Coast. This Grade II listed building, listed also under the Conservation areas Act 1990, is of special architectural interest being a mid 19th century classic church of the period.

The first chapel was opened in 1847 on a different site, but inevitably larger premises were needed and the present Chapel was opened in September 1868 at a total cost of £4000.The classic and imposing portal entrance leads to the entrance hall and onwards through an oak screen into the spacious and well-appointed interior. Often when the church is open you maybe privileged to hear the sound of the unique 1905 Organ resonating throughout the building finessed by the marvellous acoustics of the church.

Sit in one of the old style pews and marvel at the quality of the eight stained glass windows of special cultural and historical importance. Hopefully you might visit when the morning sun shines through the windows highlighting the stories and characters that the windows display. Stop for coffee and a chat and perhaps visit the many events that may be happening on that day probably organised by many of the community groups that frequently use the large main hall, lecture hall and many other anti rooms of this community hub.

It is just worth sitting a while in the church and embracing the feeling of peace and serenity that emanates within this wonderful building.

  • Captivating architecture

  • Enchanting atmosphere

  • National heritage here

  • Social heritage stories

  • Spectacular stained glass

  • Accessible toilets in church

  • Café in church

  • On street parking at church

  • Parking within 250m

  • Train station within 250m

  • This town centre church is the community hub with many church and community based events taking place from coffee mornings, monthly table top sales, concerts, organ recitals, exercise and leisure events and community organisations meetings.

  • Carers & Toddlers, Men's Forum, Tai-Chi, Yoga, Weight Watchers, Cafe, Christmas Fair.

  • Methodist Church

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