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Compass
25/03/2017 - Daresbury

Diocesan Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
28/03/2017 - Israel

One of the key purposes of the pilgrimage is to help us better to understand the Bible.
Communicating Well
29/03/2017 - Foxhill


 

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Confirmations - services in 2017
A full list of dates and services in the Archdeaconries of Macclesfield and Chester.

Bishop's CrestAD CLERUM - Jan 2017
Includes items on the Lay Conference and Bishops' Quiet days.

Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
28 March - 6 April 2017

Archdeacons Visitation Services 2017


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undefined A Heart 4 Refugees
A Heart 4 Refugees is the response to the refugee crisis as expressed by Anne Egan and Penny Faux, two artists from Bath. The exhibition is at St John the Baptist Great Meols. This is the first time the exhibition has been on display in the North.
undefined Bishop Libby at ‘Discerning Women’ Conference
Bishop Libby Lane, will be in Lancashire this weekend for a conference organised in conjunction with The Church of England in Lancashire. Young women aged 16-40 from across the North West will be attending the 'Discerning Women' Vocations Conference which takes place on Saturday.
undefined Cathedral Dead Sea Scroll Exhibition Opens
From February 1st until November 10th 2017, Chester Cathedral Library is hosting an exhibition to mark the 70th anniversary of the first discoveries of Dead Sea Scrolls.
undefined Poetry Competition
Manchester Cathedral has announced its 2017 Poetry Competition with a First Prize of £450. Poems submitted should be broadly religious or ‘spiritual’ in nature and have appeal to those who would not necessarily describe themselves as ‘religious’.
undefined Chester team heads to Durham for mission
Twenty five Bishops and their teams from the northern half of The Church of England will be heading to the Diocese of Durham for a weekend of mission called ‘Talking Jesus’ from 2nd - 5th March.
undefined YBible at Thurstaston and Irby
On Advent Sunday the congregations of St Bartholomew, Thurstaston and St Chad’s, Irby were all given a copy of 52 thoughts and encouraged to use them, one a week throughout this Church year.
undefined Holy Trinity Blacon gets funding
Holy Trinity Blacon’s Community Outreach Project has received a boost with three years’ funding from The Morgan Foundation for one of the project’s two Community Outreach Workers.
undefined Diocesan Board of Education Reformed
The Diocesan Board of Education (DBE), which oversees local developments and supports schools on a day to day basis, has been reformed into a smaller strategic group of 11 members. This new group, drawn from Diocesan Synod members and external appointments, came into force on 1st January 2017.
undefined Diocesan Youth, Children and Families Missioner
Jonathan Masters has been appointed as the new Diocesan Youth, Children and Families Missioner from February 2017
undefined Fifty gather to explore calling
Our annual Called to Serve event recently brought together more than 50 people wanting to find out more about the four licensed ministries that Chester Diocese offers: Pastoral Worker, Reader, Church Army and Ordained Ministry. The event was held at Foxhill Centre for Prayer, Study and Mission.
undefined Cathedral Dead Sea Scroll Exhibition Opens
From February 1st until November 10th 2017, Chester Cathedral Library is hosting an exhibition to mark the 70th anniversary of the first discoveries of Dead Sea Scrolls.
undefined Cathedral Dead Sea Scroll Exhibition Opens
From February 1st until November 10th 2017, Chester Cathedral Library is hosting an exhibition to mark the 70th anniversary of the first discoveries of Dead Sea Scrolls.
undefined Marriage and same sex relationships document released
The Church of England’s law and guidance on marriage should be interpreted to provide “maximum freedom” for gay and lesbian people without changing the Church’s doctrine of marriage itself, bishops are recommending.
undefined Church Urban Fund - Big Pancake Party
The Church Urban Fund wants to help families who struggle to put food on the table and are calling on churches, schools, families, and individuals throughout England to stand up to food poverty - and have some fun in the process!
undefined Stockton Heath’s new peal
A peal of bells has been installed for the first time at St Thomas Stockton Heath. They were officially dedicated at a special service led by the Bishop of Chester on 8th January 2017. A total of ten bells were installed with eight coming from a redundant church and two being cast from new.
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