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Clergy Quiet Day
03/09/2017 - Foxhill - Frodsham

The day will include good food, hospitality and reflections from Bishop Libby.
Women's Voices 3
09/09/2017 - Foxhill

Missing Women
24 Hours with Zoe Bennett
15/11/2017 - Foxhill

Using the Bible in Practical Theology

 

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

Bishop's CrestChristmas Day Sermon
By Bishop Peter

Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
28 March - 6 April 2017

Archdeacons Visitation Services 2017


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undefined A new book by Bishop Michael Baughen
A new study book, written by our former diocesan bishop, the Rt Revd Michael Baughen, helps people delve into the Christ-centred letter to the Hebrews ... with a particular view to the season of Advent. ‘Cover to Cover Advent: My Beloved Son’ (PICTURED) aims to help small groups and individuals explore the many facets of our Saviour’s character.
undefined A booklet on loneliness
This new booklet suggests how the local churches are in a strong position to combat loneliness and reach out to show the love of Jesus. It’s written by the Revd Peter Rugen, Rural Dean of Frodsham, and John Dawson, our former diocesan officer for retired clergy and widows.
undefined A permanent poppy on display at cathedral
One of the ceramic poppies that was part of the memorable exhibition that filled the Tower of London moat last year, has gone on permanent display in Chester Cathedral in time for Remembrance Day. ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’ was an artwork comprising 888,246 hand-made poppies at the Tower - each representing a fallen soldier from the First World War.
undefined Get your ‘Real Advent Calendar’
This uses Fairtrade chocolate and informs youngsters about the nativity and the hope which that brings for humankind. The Meaningful Chocolate Company is hoping to donate £15,000 from sales of the calendar this year – to help fund a baby clinic in Kenya and support overseas farmers through Traidcraft Exchange.
undefined Stockport’s help for young women in Ethiopia
Clergy and churches from across Stockport are uniting to support the work of Christian Aid in Ethiopia. The initiative involves a new community partnership scheme, which links Christian Aid to local churches and community groups. For every £1 raised through a partnership, the European Union pledges additional match funding.
undefined A fond farewell to the Revd Mark Montgomery
After nearly 14 years of faithful service as Diocesan Youth Officer, Mark is now preparing for a new post in ministry in Diocese of Rochester. A presentation of cycling equipment tokens was made to pedal power enthusiast Mark at a special farewell gathering held at Church House, Daresbury, recently.
undefined Responding dramatically to modern-day slavery
In the autumn Rhema Theatre Company will perform a production called ‘The It’s Not Fair’ that aims to educate and challenge the audience about issues surrounding human trafficking.
undefined Commemorating sacrifices made in the Far East
The spirit of VJ Day descended on St Saviour’s church, Oxton, Birkenhead, when a special party commemorated the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II hostilities in the Far East. More than 100 people sat down to a lunch prepared by the parish holiday club.
undefined Off to Melanesia …
Two members of our diocesan Melanesian Link – Barbara Molyneux and Ruth Chesworth (PICTURED)– will fly out to the Solomon Islands next month (5 October) to attend the Great Conference of the Melanesian Brotherhood.
undefined And thanks for your aid to the cyclone-hit territory ...
When Cyclone Pam caused widespread damage to Vanuatu and parts of the Solomon Islands earlier this year, many schools, parishes and individuals across our diocese responded generously to the call for prayer support and aid.
undefined With the world at a ‘crossroads’, a mission for our time …
Bishops Libby and Keith were among the 21 bishops who joined the Archbishop of York for four days of mission across the Diocese of Sheffield. Our Parish Development Officers, the Revds Richard Burton and Ian Rumsey, also took part in the Crossroads Mission in Yorkshire recently.
undefined Give prayerful thanks for Her Majesty’s long reign
The Queen has become the longest-reigning monarch in British history. At around 5.30pm on Wednesday 9 September, 2015, she surpassed Queen Victoria’s record of 63 years and 217 days. We ask you to give prayerful thanks for Her Majesty’s long and faithful service.
undefined Celebrating a parish’s long Christian service
All Saints, Weston, by Runcorn, celebrated 175 years of ministry to the parish on Sunday 13 September. There was a service at which Archdeacon Ian Bishop preached, followed by a barbecue and fun afternoon with games, bouncy castle and other family activities – all offered free to the community.
undefined Come, talk and listen … about mental health
A special service to mark World Mental Health Day in our diocese will be held at St Cuthbert’s church, Cheadle, on Monday 12 October, starting at 7.30pm. There will be personal testimonies, a talk, and questions and answers as well as worship.
undefined A simple way of giving – to children who need kindness
Christian responses to humanitarian relief are in sharp focus at the moment … mainly because of the refugee crisis in Europe. But it’s also the time of year to start packing Christmas gift boxes – as part of Operation Christmas Child (OCC) – for those children who are experiencing hard times around the world.
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