We are so pleased to see these digital giving devices supporting our parishes in accepting contactless donations.
In Oldham & Ashton Deanery, the Shaw, Crompton and Thornham Mission Community has started a new youth service where young people from its churches can come together and worship in a way that is accessible to them.
The permanent location for Fabric Church will be Ardwick Barracks, a large iconic building just one mile south-east of the city centre. Priority work is now underway to prepare an area of the premises for worship by January 2024.
Bolton North and East Mission Community brought members of its parishes together this weekend at St Andrew’s Church, Bromley Cross
‘Beating the Bounds’ is an ancient tradition where parishes walk around their boundaries, praying for and asking God to bless the people and work. We seek to echo this in two ‘pilgrim’ walks, linking all the parishes of the Mission Community.
Eco Stepping Stones is a resource that can add momentum to a movement for change. So, what are some key ways in which it is useful?
St Peter’s Church, Westleigh, has been fitted with a brand-new kitchen for parishioners to enjoy thanks, in part, to Council for Social Aid (CSA) funding.
Situated in Hillock, Whitefield, St Andrew’s is one of many churches that are actively involved in their community. This is especially important during the summer holidays – even more so when the weather isn’t good!
Following a five-year hiatus due to Covid, this year saw the return of the Companions for the Journey course.
Over 120 digital giving devices are on their way to churches across the Diocese of Manchester.