To know, grow and show the love of God
Welcome to the latest Safeguarding Newsletter. It includes an update on the recent Past Case Review (PCR2) and relevant contact details.
No matter how rubbish, how disappointed, angry or frightened we feel, there’s hope. But there’s a challenge for us too. An expectation of us.
Our May 2022 magazine contains a tribute to Joan Birch and a letter from the Bishop of Manchester. Plus an article on radical compassion.
The May 2022 Bible readings include Saul and Peter realiasing how wrong they’d been, a seamstress called Tabitha and a merchant called Lydia.
Whitworth Vale and Healey Brass Band will be putting on a Spring Concert at Christ Church Walmersley on Saturday 7th May at 7.30pm
“Have you believed because you have seen me?” Jesus says to our twin brother, Tom. With the eyes of his heart, Tom saw the God become man.
Our next Sunday evening worship service will be at 7pm on April 24th. The theme this time is: ‘Easter Rising’. So, guess what it will be about!
God sustained us in the past and will take us through the present and into the future too. But, but, he may do it in a completely new way.
Please find our April 2022 magazine. Copies are available now in church, as is the current edition of Crux, the Manchester Diocese magazine.
The April 2022 Bible readings include Mary filling the house with perfume, Jesus slipping into Jerusalem and all the events of Easter.
What do we get told? “There I told you so! You never listen to me or take any notice! You’ve got your comeuppance!
As we’ve seen in response to Ukraine from everyday people in Poland and other European countries – there is enough of that love to go around.
County Lines’ is a term used when drug gangs from big cities expand their operations to smaller towns, often using violence.
Our next Sunday evening service will be at 7pm on March 28th. It will be a Lent Reflection called: ‘Time for a Spiritual Spring-Cleaningt’.
Who are you? What kind of Christian are you? Indeed, what kind of person are you? And how often do you think about it?
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