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St Werburgh's reopens for worship

First published on: 20th December 2022

St Werburgh’s in Chorlton opened its doors once again for a joyful carol service

The Revd Major Paul Robinson

First published on: 19th December 2022

The Revd Major Paul Robinson is resigning as NSM Curate at St John the Baptist Hey. His final day in office will be 31 December 2022.

The Revd David Twomey

First published on: 13th December 2022

The Revd David Twomey, currently Priest-in-Charge of Seaton Hirst in the Diocese of Newcastle, has been appointed Deputy Lead Chaplain at Manchester Airport.

The Revd Dorothy Morris

First published on: 13th December 2022

The Revd Dorothy Morris retired as OLM Curate at High Crompton and Thornham and Holy Trinity Shaw on 29 September 2022.

Eco Champions journey to Christ Church Toxteth Park

First published on: 13th December 2022

An intrepid group of Eco Champions braved the train strikes and journeyed to Liverpool as the next step toward Eco Church Gold.

Jubilee+ has produced SIX 'Refugee Training Videos' for Churches

First published on: 12th December 2022

Jubilee+ has released a series of six training videos for churches on how to support and assist refugees in their communities.

Bishop David returns from sabbatical

First published on: 30th November 2022

As the Bishop of Manchester returns from his sabbatical, we asked him for a short reflection on what he has been up to!

Follow the Star - the great invitation

First published on: 28th November 2022

Discover resources to invite your community back to church this Christmas.

Church destroyed by fire rises from the ashes

First published on: 21st November 2022

The Church of the Ascension in Lower Broughton has been spectacularly rebuilt following a devastating fire in 2017 that destroyed the roof and much of the interior.

Parish worship in buildings neither consecrated nor licensed

First published on: 8th November 2022

With the level of heating costs expected this winter, some churches may consider moving worship to buildings which are more readily and efficiently heated. Any decision to move worship will need to be carefully considered, and national statutory guidance will be issued soon, which must be read in conjunction with the information below.

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