|Eat, pray, live … with fellow Christians
An inter-church social group launched 18 months ago for Christians in Wirral and surrounding areas is now thriving. The group - called ‘Eat, Pray, Live’ - was founded by Julie Dunlop of St Mary’s church in Upton, Wirral.
|Tree of Life art at Hale Barns
All Saints church in Hale Barns recently welcomed an art installation created by children in year 5 at the local Elmridge primary school – with the assistance of their artist-in-residence, Dee Dewar. ‘The Tree of Life’ glass in the church windows was the inspiration for the students, who made a number of panels to be hung alongside the widows.
|Sunshine and lunch for hard-working retired ministers
On a glorious April day the Ven Ian Bishop hosted a lunch for 42 retired clergy, and their spouses, at his home in Congleton. Lunch was cooked by Ian himself – and no-one complained!
|A special celebration for Jessie
A long-standing member of St Margaret's Church, Wrenbury, celebrated her 100th birthday over the Easter weekend. Mrs Jessie King (pictured) attended Wrenbury school as a child and married in Wrenbury church.
|Arts and crafts in Wallasey
Saint Thomas church in Liscard, Wallasey, Wirral, will hold its third annual arts and crafts exhibition from Friday 19 to Monday 22 June. Among displays at the church will be pottery, embroidery, paintings and modern art.
Ian Bishop, the Archdeacon of Macclesfield talks to the Vicar and the Community Development Manager of Edgeley parish, near Stockport.
Cycle of Prayer - 26/04/2015 Download
Bishop William Stokes, New Jersey (II, The Episcopal Church, USA)
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