On Sunday 11th February we launch our Sunday Drop In to enable anyone who is feeling lonely and would like some company to join us in the church hall for a chat, refreshments and games.
Transforming Wigan’s latest update is now available.
The monthly prayer diary for December is now available. Please consider using this as part of your daily prayer routine and lift to God those people and issues which are listed.
Thursday November 30th
St Thomas’ Church Hall 3.30-5pm
We’ve got all sorts planned
Messy Church is really relaxed and fun. You walk around the different activity tables choosing which you would like to join in with. Someone will explain what you need to do and the grownup who is with you will give you a hand if you need it (all under 11s need an adult with them).
At 4.30 we all get together for our celebration time and then we have chicken wraps at 4.45 followed by Christmas muffins you will have decorated yourself earlier!
Come along and find out more about how all these activities point us to Jesus at Christmas time.
If you want to know more (or you have special dietary needs) then please contact Sue (07877 704645 / email@example.com)
Kelsey Roby and Shannon Gillespie are organising a concert on Friday November 17th at 7:30pm to raise awareness of modern day slavery which is rife in this country. There will be a mixture of worship and relevant secular songs with video clips and stories of lives that have been changed through City Hearts. The concert will be free with the opportunity to donate to City Hearts.
The Hope Charter movement is calling for political candidates to put care for the vulnerable at the heart of their election promises
Church leaders across Merseyside and beyond are backing a faith led campaign to put the protection of services to the vulnerable at the heart of the election campaign. The Hope Charter, a document that affirms social care as a basic human right and calls for the protection of services to the vulnerable.
More information is available on the Diocese of Liverpool web site.
Ahead of the general election, the Church of England’s most senior clergymen: the Most Reverend Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Most Reverend John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York have written a pastoral letter to parishes and chaplaincies.
The archbishops call for a “just economy”; one not over-reliant on debt that “risks crushing those who take on too much”.
View this year’s video Easter message from Bishop Paul to all in the Diocese of Liverpool.
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