My hope and prayer is that each of us may find the love we need, to gladden our hearts and to ready us for the year to come. Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year.
Manchester Diocese is excited to announce that it has received an Eco Diocese award from the national environmental charity A Rocha in recognition of its work to embed environmental issues into the life of the diocese.
Planting wildflowers, recycling bras, and creating a bat hotel earn a Silver Eco Church award for Saddleworth church
Churches prepare to welcome you to a different kind of Christmas this year!
There has been an enthusiastic response to the first of the diocese's new Stepping Stones for Growth events and there's still time to sign up for a course in November.
The diocese has appointed an Independent Reviewer, Suzanne Cottrell, to ensure that safeguarding cases have been identified and dealt with appropriately, in the next stage in the PCR2 process.
Manchester Diocese made its first steps on a learning journey to develop discipleship in the lives of our parishes, school and chaplaincies. This is part of the national Setting God's People Free initiative which we have renamed as #MoreThanSunday in Manchester. Despite the current pandemic, our team has been carefully planning and has invited eight parishes, one chaplaincy and one of our church secondary schools to work with us.
The latest news from across the Diocese of Manchester. You can filter using the tags on the right.
The project has continued to support children, schools and families through this difficult year.
Manchester Diocesan Synod passed a Motion on Racism, affirming â€œthat every parish and Diocese in England is an appropriate place for global majority candidates to exercise their ministry and leadership.â€