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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.

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.

Relieving holiday hunger in Wythenshawe

First published on: 25th July 2022

Churches in Wythenshawe partner with the local foodbank to provide breakfast packs for families on low incomes during the long summer holidays.

Our new Readers

First published on: 11th July 2022

Congratulations to our new Readers licensed at Manchester Cathedral on Sunday.

Our new priests and deacons

First published on: 5th July 2022

Congratulations to all our new deacons and priests who were ordained at Manchester Cathedral last weekend.

From music degree to ministry

First published on: 30th June 2022

We met with Lex at 'Home Cafe' in St James & Emmanuel church in Didsbury to hear more about her ordination journey.

Looking forward to moving back to Salford

First published on: 27th June 2022

Marie Pattison will is to be ordained deacon on Sunday and will serve in the benefice of Walkden and Little Hulton.

From Africa to Bury

First published on: 22nd June 2022

For me, the importance of ordination is that it adds a public dimension of visibility and accountability to my calling to share and teach our faith.

I decided to stop arguing with God

First published on: 22nd June 2022

Following God's call, André Adefope will be ordained deacon on Sunday 3 July and will serve his curacy in churches at Deane and Lostock.

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