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.
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
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
News, views, event calendar and service details from our April Benefice magazine
We remember that during the 1st World War, 123 men from the congregations of St John’s and St Mark’s churches in Bury gave their lives for their country. A truly shocking number. 5 of these took place in March 1918, 100 years ago this month. So it seemed fitting to share a little about them
This archive photo of the Mothers’ Union was taken in our church garden. If you can identify anyone or if know when the photo was taken then please let us know!
Keith Trivasse The Open Group resumed on Wednesday March 14th with the Reverend Keith Trivasse sharing stories about his life, in particular his interfaith work. You can see some of Keith’s excellent sermons on this site. Here’s one […]
We’re now taking bookings for our May Retreat to St Joseph’s Prayer Centre, Formby. This is from Wednesday May 23rd to Saturday May 26th.