|Volunteer hospital chaplaincy escorts needed
When you are being treated in hospital you will need help – and not just of the medical variety. For those who are ill or recovering from injury, and perhaps anxious while away from home, it’s good to see a friendly face offering support.
|A prayer for the people of Bosley ...
Our people are asked to say the following prayer for all those affected by the mill explosion in Bosley, near Macclesfield. It comes from the Vicar of Bosley, the Revd Dr John Harries, and his parishioners, who are engaged in practical and spiritual support for the local community ...
|Meet our new Foxhill warden …
The Revd David Woodall (PICTURED) starts his new role at our diocesan retreat and conference centre at the end of September. David is no stranger to the venue in Frodsham. He’s attended a couple of spiritual retreats and a conference there in the past.
|Flying high for a parish project
The Revd Lameck Mutete and Churchwarden Georgina Blackhurst went to Bangor in Wales and rode what's claimed to be the fastest zip wire in the world recently. Although the experience was “out of our comfort zones”, says Lameck, they went through it together to raise funds for an important project – the completion of the community room and toilets project at their parish, St Alban's, Tattenhall.
|Medieval-style fun and food in Wilmslow
Great fun was had by all who attended a Medieval Banquet at St Bartholomew’s Wilmslow earlier this month (July). The interior of the church was transformed into an authentic medieval hall for one evening only (St Bart’s is in fact a medieval building).
Ian Bishop, the Archdeacon of Macclesfield talks to the Vicar of Wrenbury and two readers about rural ministry.
Faculty Application - Public Notice
The Public Notice regarding the faculty application of Upton (Overchurch) St Mary for the construction of a new church centre can now be viewed here.
Cycle of Prayer - 31/07/2015 Download
Please pray for: Hyde St Thomas
Bishop Enock Tombe, Rejaf (Sudan)
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