Lancaster Priory is generously supported by the following people and organisations
Better with Jam – Brand and Marketing Sponsor
?My Dad sang in the choir here from 1924 to 1933 and it was the highlight of his otherwise impoverished childhood. He was inspired to ‘better’ himself and for all of his life he not only loved singing but was immensely proud of his achievement as a soloist. It gave him confidence and he was the only boy out of 9 brothers and sisters to leave Lancaster and make a successful life for himself in Southern Africa.
There must be hundreds of stories over the years because what we found when we were doing the rebranding was just how much people loved The Lancaster Priory. And, people of all ages too. Young and old alike this is a true, vibrant community right in the heart of Lancaster. People helping people and making a huge difference to lives, changing lives forever.
So, you can see lots of reasons why we are mighty proud to be associated with this project and I we hope that what we’ve done will help to communicate what Lancaster Priory Church does and help even more people”
Prudent FPA – Financial Planners and Advisors – Corporate Sponsor
“Being based in the City centre, we’re all aware of the Priory with some of the PrudentFPA staff having attended concerts there though out their school days. Everyone agreed that there is a special atmosphere in the Priory and everyone has fond memories of their times there. When an opportunity came up to sponsor the Priory we were interested in getting involved from the outset.
Chris has an infectious enthusiasm for and knowledge of the Priory and his commitment to making it reach its potential motivated us. The Priory is such a beautiful building and the work they do in the community goes largely unrecognised. With local support we believe the Priory can thrive and we look forward to being a part of that.”
The Revd Dr Rebecca Aechtner officiated at her first Eucharist mass on Sunday 2nd July at Lancaster Priory.Read More...
In December, four representatives of the Marsh Community Centre, Lancaster, (manager Councillor Rebecca Joy Novell, trustee Sally Pidd - of St. Tees -, Debz Hargreaves and Revd Jill Novell - of Lancaster Priory) met Gandalf in person, in London!Read More...