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Vocations Day

First published on: 8th February 2024

On Saturday 3rd February, St Bride’s, Old Trafford hosted our annual Vocations Day. Created for anyone who is exploring God’s call in their life, attendees had the opportunity to hear from people involved in a wide variety of both lay and ordained ministries. Around 50 people attended, with a further 35 people speaking and sharing stories of their calling.

Vocations day

Manchester: a place where everyone feels at home

First published on: 6th February 2024

One of the many things that makes Manchester Diocese such a vibrant place to live and work is the rich diversity of people that make up our communities.


Wiggle Worship continues to grow

First published on: 2nd February 2024

Jo Haslam, Early Years Adviser in the Man Dio Growing Faith team, talks about Wiggle Worship and it's wider roll-out across the diocese.

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The Children's Society is looking for venues

First published on: 1st February 2024

The Children's Society is looking for venues


Bishop David speaks up for victims in the House of Lords

First published on: 25th January 2024

Bishop David spoke in the House of Lords yesterday as the House considered the Victims and Prisoners Bill.


#MoreThanSunday 2024 Launch Event

First published on: 24th January 2024

On Saturday 20th January, #MoreThanSunday 2024 was launched with an event at St John’s House.

More than Sunday

Lent resources available

First published on: 23rd January 2024

Easter and Lent are just around the corner, so if you're looking for support there are plenty of materials available. 


Fabric Church moves into Ardwick Barracks

First published on: 18th January 2024

On Sunday, members of Fabric Church held their first service in their new home - Ardwick Barracks.


Focal leaders: Robina Jones’ story

First published on: 11th January 2024

Following the joyful commissioning of new focal leaders at the end of last year, we have been finding out more about what the role looks like for people in different contexts. This week, we spoke to Robina Jones, Focal Leader at St George’s, Unsworth.


CSA funds new carpet at St Clement's

First published on: 10th January 2024

CSA funding is a great way for churches to achieve their fundraising targets for projects which will benefit the local church and community.

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