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Myers-Briggs Workshop
24/05/2017 - Daresbury

Clergy Quiet Day
25/05/2017 - Foxhill - Frodsham

The day will include good food and hospitality and reflections from Bishop Libby
Living Lightly in Today's World
28/05/2017 - Larne

Worship, teaching, silence, reflection

 

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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
March 2015

Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
28 March - 6 April 2017

Archdeacons Visitation Services 2017


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News

undefined Cre8 - music, art, stories, food and celebrations
Cre8 is a Christian project supported by a number of Churches in the Diocese of Chester.
undefined School brings Rio to Church
Children from St Matthew’s school (pictured) took the sights and sounds of a Rio carnival to their local church.
undefined New Bishop for Melanesia
Father Leonard, a member of the Melanesian Brotherhood, who studied in Chester, is to become a Bishop of The Diocese of Temotu.
undefined Director of Social Responsibility Retires
On 29 July one of the Diocese’s long standing members of staff leaves her role as Director of Social Responsibility. Janice began her work at Church House back in 1996 as ‘Community Projects Officer’, having come from a position as ‘Practice Learning Centre Coordinator’ in Manchester, supervising social work students on placement.
undefined Our new deacons …
Sixteen people were ordained as deacons at Chester Cathedral on Sunday 3 July 2016. The Rt Revd Nigel McCulloch (retired Bishop of Manchester) preached and the day was of considerable significance to him as he was ordained at Chester Cathedral 50 years ago.
undefined Raising Awareness of Modern Slavery
Representatives from Anglican and Methodist churches, the Roman Catholic Church and the Salvation Army met to discuss issues surrounding human trafficking and slavery at an event at Church House on 7 June.
undefined Our new Priests
Pictured after their ordination at Chester Cathedral on Saturday (18 June 2016) are 13 new priests to serve our diocese.
undefined The Queen's 90th Birthday Celebrations
Churches and schools across the Diocese celebrated the Queen's 90th birthday over the weekend of 11-12 June, with all manner of festivities being held to mark the occasion.
undefined Flourishing together
Bishop of Stockport, Libby Lane and Bishop of Burnley, Philip North, who now meet together regularly for prayer and mutual support, have been invited to a unique event at Manchester Cathedral, at which they will be asked to reflect on their personal journeys and hopes for the future.
undefined Friends across the world
A group from the Diocese of Chester recently returned from a visit to our Christian brothers and sisters on the other side of the world, in the Solomon Islands, east of New Guinea.
undefined The Mottram Skyline Walk
Mottram Parish Church supports a variety of charities with regular finanical gifts to improve health in Africa, child poverty in India and also local youth projects in Hattersley.
undefined A battle of the organs at our cathedral
Chester Cathedral will hold a Battle of the Organs on Friday 20 May, starting 7.30pm, to help raise funds for the £1m refurbishment of its renowned Grand Organ. The cathedral will be filled with sound as four well-known organists try to out-play each other with music that guarantees emotion and goose bumps.
undefined Flower Festival honours Her Majesty
St John the Evangelist church, Sandiway, was alive with colour and scents when it held a flower festival to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.
undefined Much knitting in Stockport for Noah festival
People from across Stockport are busy knitting for a giant prayer chain, a very large patchwork elephant (Elmer, the patchwork elephant character loved by children), and stuffed animals of various shapes and sizes.
undefined Help our cycling canon on his latest pilgrimage
The Revd Canon John Bowers will soon embark on another of his sponsored cycling pilgrimages. At the end of May he will be pedalling about 250-miles to Anglesey and around the island, visiting Christian sites. His son Chris, who has joined John on several previous pilgrimages, will also be on this one.
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