On the third day after being crucified, Jesus’ tomb was found to be empty. He had risen from the dead. Life triumphs over death!
News, views, event calendar and service details from our April Benefice magazine
Teachers leave an impression on you – some for good: some for bad. The promise in the reading from Jeremiah is that the time for teaching will end.
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!
A message from one of the few Christian bookshops in North Manchester… House on the Rock Now in its tenth year, The House on the Rock is a small Christian bookshop, gift and coffee shop […]
A reminder of service times at Christ Church (CC) and St John with St Mark (SJM) during Holy Week. Sunday services on Easter day are at the normal times, with the main ones at 10.30am. […]
Passover A reminder that we have our Seder Meal coming soon. This is an adaptation of the Passover. The evening starts at 7.30pm and will be led by a speaker from “JEWS FOR JESUS”. The […]
Below are the readings for the Easter season of April and early May. So if you can’t get to Church and want to follow the same scripture passages, or you just want to read up […]
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 […]
An Easter prayer by Walter Brueggemann – inspired by Psalm 77. March 29, 1994 You God who terrified the waters, who crashed your thunder, who shook the earth, and scared the wits out of chaos. […]