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Eco church progress

First published on: 8th September 2022

We are making good progress with 115 churches registered for eco church and 42 eco church awards so far.

Bishop David's tribute to HM the Queen

First published on: 8th September 2022

On the death of HM the Queen, Bishop David makes a personal tribute to her life of faith and service.

CCJ National Campus Leadership Programme Launched in Manchester

First published on: 6th September 2022

In collaboration with St Peter’s House, Manchester, the Council of Christians and Jews is delighted to announce the hire of two new managers for its flagship Campus Leadership Programme, now based in the heart of Manchester’s higher education institutions.

Good things coming at St Werburgh's

First published on: 5th September 2022

Situated in a prominent position on Wilbraham Road in Chorlton, St Werburgh’s Church is undergoing a transformation that promises ‘good things coming’ for the community.

Clergy are invited to take part in Group Pastoral Supervision

First published on: 1st September 2022

A new programme of Group Pastoral Supervision is being made available from September 2022. Clergy are invited to sign up for small group sessions led by a trained leader that will provide a confidential space where they can share their day-to-day challenges and experiences amongst a group of supportive peers. 

New opportunities to get involved in Manchester Diocese’s governance 

First published on: 30th August 2022

We are currently looking to enhance the membership of a number of our key committees and are inviting expressions of interest from those with experience of HR, finance, investments and property management.

Re-Constitution of the Diocesan Advisory Committee for the Care of Churches

First published on: 19th August 2022

Expressions of interest are invited for membership of the Diocesan Advisory Committee for the Care of Churches (DAC).

Bishop David's reflection on the Lambeth Conference

First published on: 10th August 2022

My hope is that every bishop has gone home a changed woman or man. Changed by the experience of meeting in the flesh, worshipping, praying, studying, sharing our stories, and having fun together.

A green corner of Withington

First published on: 9th August 2022

St Chad’s in Ladybarn has turned a once-neglected corner of the parish grounds into a wildlife garden.

Dying to talk

First published on: 2nd August 2022

A series of talks by professionals will offer the opportunity to talk about dying and to plan for what happens when someone dies.

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