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A new chapter for Ardwick Green Barracks as the home of Fabric Church

First published on: 25th March 2024

A new church that aims to attract students and young professionals was officially opened yesterday in Ardwick Green Barracks.

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Year 2 class enjoys Experience Church at St Nicholas

First published on: 25th March 2024

The leadership team from St Nicholas Church Kingsway recently embraced new experiences by welcoming a class of Year 2 pupils for a day visit to church


Synod meets to discuss finances, clergy stipends and lay roles

First published on: 21st March 2024

Diocesan Synod met on 9th March to consider progress with focal leaders, recruitment to lay roles and the diocese’s financial performance in 2023.


Manchester churches feature in Net Zero film

First published on: 21st March 2024

Small changes can make a big difference! That's the running theme throughout the new video which highlights the Church of England's ambition to be net zero carbon by 2030.


Important notice: man targeting churches for money

First published on: 20th March 2024

We have been made aware of the return of a man who visits churches asking clergy for money. The gentlemen in the photo below visited Manchester Cathedral just after 11am on Tuesday 19th March, shortly afterward moving onto St Ann's, Manchester. We have also received reports of him approaching churches on 20th March in the South Manchester area.


Energy footprint tool submissions open

First published on: 14th March 2024

It's that time of year again - time to submit your Energy Footprint Tool (EFT)! 


Borough Dean of Bury prays for an end to knife crime

First published on: 14th March 2024

This week, as the Knife Angel stands in Bury, a violent attack took place on the streets of the town.

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Song for the environment recorded by Rochdale schools

First published on: 12th March 2024

Earlier this month St Peter's CE Primary School welcomed Kelly and her team from ‘Praise Along’ (link), who produced a collective worship song themed around our environment. Taking place as part of the Spring term WOW Church Synod Group meeting, ten children from St Peter’s were joined by children from St John’s Thornham CE Primary and Milnrow Parish CE Primary to sing a beautiful song called ‘Rich Diversity’.


A Church Near You: preparing for Easter

First published on: 7th March 2024

Now is the perfect time to add your Lent and Easter services and events to your church and benefice sites on


Readers celebrate training success

First published on: 6th March 2024

Last month, a group of Readers went out for a meal to celebrate completing both their college Reader training and the diocesan Post-Licensing Reader Training programme.

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