“You do not need to know precisely what is happening, or exactly where it is all going. What you need is to recognize the possibilities and challenges offered by the present moment, and to embrace them with courage, faith and hope.”
The cartoon below seemed appropriate as we think about what ‘being church’ means for us. We all have different callings. Some of that happens on a Sunday but mostly it’s what we do during the week that can make all the difference.
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement. It invites Christians from around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus.
In memory of Lance Corporal John Smith who died 21st April 1917, aged just 26. He left a wife and 2 children.
Producer & Director Debbie Cooper will be on Radio Manchester on Saturday 21st April talking about the Giving Back award
Our walk was led by Geoff Hamilton and was an educational adventure of industrial mill ruins of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. We were aided by the Bury & District Local History Society book titled ‘The Forgotten Valley’.
Our annual Benefice walk around the Boundary of the two Parishes will take place this year on Saturday 5th May.
We are given the power to change, to become new people and to help fashion a new world. But this won’t happen automatically or magically.
The Reverend Keith Trivasse, one of our retired clergy, has started a blog called Red Roots Theology. This combines his interests in politics and, yes, theology.
Producer & Director Debbie Cooper is interviewed by Radio Manchester about the Giving Back award
As part of our response to ‘Setting God’s people free’, Café Church on 8th April 2018 looked at 1 Corinthians 12: 12-27 and considered what it meant to be the body of Christ
On Saturday April 28th we’ll be having an Afternoon Tea and Book Fair. This will be in the hall from 2pm – 4pm. Tea and coffee, dainty cakes and sandwiches – and all the best china that we can lay our hands on!