Diocese of Manchester

  • Second anniversary of Arena Attack

    The Cathedral will be open throughout the day on Wednesday 22 May and all are welcome to spend some time in quiet reflection and prayer.

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  • Creative English classes

    The Ascension in Lower Broughton provides English classes for refugees and migrant workers that have boosted their confidence and helped them integrate into the community.

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  • Trusted Charity award for Burnside

    Burnside Community Centre has achieved the Trusted Charity Mark award recognising the excellent work it does in the community.

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  • The Revd Joanna Watson

    The Revd Joanna Watson, currently SSM Curate of St. Bartholomew Whitworth and St. John the Evangelist Facit, has been appointed to the three year post of 0.5 Interim Minister of St. Bartholomew Whitworth and St. John the Evangelist Facit.

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  • Vote in Good Faith

    Statement issued by Greater Manchester Faith Community Leaders.

    We will vote on May 23rd. We urge all people in our communities to vote.

    We did not expect these European elections. But, no matter how briefly those elected will sit in the European Parliament, we should all take part. Our communities' health depends upon it. Everyone has the chance to express their view. If we abstain, can we complain? If we stay at home, we may be saying “Yes” to a political vision that will destroy our society.

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  • The Revd Jackie Brandreth

    The Revd Jackie Brandreth is to retire as OLM of St John the Evangelist, Pendlebury and St James, Hope on 31 July 2019.

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  • Counting our chickens in Christian Aid Week

    A church toddler group raised £200 to buy 50 chickens through Christian Aid to help people living in extreme poverty.

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  • Sarah Bullock to be Bishop of Shrewsbury

    The new Bishop of Shrewsbury will be The Ven Sarah Bullock, who grew up in Whalley Range and is the first woman ordained in Manchester to be made a bishop.

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  • Knowing Our Place

    To mark the 25th anniversary of women first being ordained as priests in the Church of England, a conference in Manchester celebrated how far women have come and mapping the future direction of women’s ministry.

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  • Marking Ascension Day

    Ascension Day really matters to our faith, because it signals the end of one particular relationship between Jesus and his disciples and prepares them for a new one.

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The Church of England Diocese of Manchester,
Church House,
90 Deansgate,
Manchester M3 2GH

Manchester DBF Company number 149999, Charity number 249424
Telephone: 0161 828 1400