The parishes of St Margaret’s Prestwich and St George’s Simister are blessed. We have been selected to host an hour of Great Sacred Music at 1.00pm on Saturday 22 October 2022. More than a concert, but not quite a service, this will be an hour of exquisite music performed by HeartEdge – an ensemble of talented choral scholars drawn from across the diocese, many of them being current students at the Royal Northern College of Music … More Lord of all Hopefulness
One of the themes that runs throughout the Old Testament is belonging to a particular place. Adam and Eve live in the Garden of Eden, but after eating the forbidden fruit they are expelled and no longer allowed to live there. By the time of Abraham the stories are about a nomadic people and their flocks, who become enslaved in Egypt and then set out across the desert to find the promised land … More Belonging and Becoming
On Sunday 23 May 2021 – Pentecost – Rev Deborah used the sermon slot to deliver her Annual Parochial Church Meeting report to the congregation. Here it is for you again … More PENTECOST/APCM2021
All of a sudden, they understood! The scared disciples becoming courageous proclaimers, the hesitant and doubt filled ones now bold and assured, the Aramaic speaking ones, now heard in all possible tongues. What was happening? … More Pentecost (Whit Sunday)
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion for the 7th Sunday of Easter – between Ascension Day and Pentecost.
We begin with the hymn “Alleluia, Sing to Jesus” … More Waiting for God
Let’s go back to ancient times and imagine that civilisation is underway. Humans are learning to live together in societies and inevitably are discovering that it is inherent in our human nature for individuals and tribes to fight their own corner, so there is conflict, jealously and violence … More Our Mission Action Plan for 2021
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion for the third Sunday of Epiphany, livestreamed this morning by Rev Sue.
We begin with the hymn “Father, Lord of all Creation” … More Epiphany 3
Today’s gospel is probably one of the more familiar healing passages known to most of us and follows a number of sayings from Jesus that Luke has recorded, such as the Rich man and Lazarus … More Trinity 17
A visit to Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral to sing there with the Manchester Chorale … More Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
St Margaret’s and St George’s Eco Week began on Sunday 29 September, which a service at which Bishop David of Manchester was preacher. You can read his sermon again here … More Eco Week