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'Ministry' means to serve. At Martin Top we are always looking for ways to serve our community, and share the good news of Jesus.

We meet Thursday evenings to go through a passage of the Bible. The Bible is the Word of God, and gives us spiritual food; without it, we grow spiritually weak and die.
We are not an Anglican parish church with a legal responsibility to perform rites of passage to anyone who asks.
Starting in the Autumn of 2020, we began to look at John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. We read 50 pages or so a fortnight, and then meet together to discuss the content.
A warm friendly welcome to all, no experience required.
This meets monthly in our upper room and involves sharing a meal, some Christian songs and a short talk.
We share a fellowship lunch together after the morning service on the first Sunday of the month. It's a great way of getting to know people.
We support the Ribble Valley Foodbank, and have a collection point in the chapel.
We meet every 4-6 weeks on a Friday for a social evening with some spiritual input. This is sometimes a takeaway and film, testimonies at someone's house, eating out or a summer walk.
Would you like to have peace in life- and in death? Being a Christian is not just a cultural identity or moral code, it's about having every single sin forgiven by God and receiving new life.
This is a singing group made up of people from nearby churches and chapels, usually meeting in Chatburn on alternate Monday evenings.