New Services in Holy Week

New Services in Holy Week

This year these will include the liturgy of the Washing of Feet on Maundy Thursday and the Dawn Service on Easter Day. At the outset I have to say that no Christian denomination is the sole conduit through which public worship is offered for the worship God. Both of...
St Benedict of Nursia

St Benedict of Nursia

St Benedict of Nursia in Italy was born in the last quarter of the fifth century and died in the middle of the sixth. By the time of his death he had laid the foundation for Western Monasticism and was later canonised as the Patron Saint of Western Europe. He wrote...
Confirmations 2019

Confirmations 2019

This year’s confirmation service will take place on Sunday 30th of June at 10.30 am at Anne, Tottington. The confirming and presiding Bishop will be the Right Reverend Jack Nichols, formally Bishop Suffragan of Middleton, Lord Bishop of Lancaster and Prelate of the...
We Will Remember Them

We Will Remember Them

Saint Margaret of Scotland was an English princess and a Scottish queen and is referred to in many quarters as “the pearl of Scotland.” She was actually born in Hungary and was a devout and pious Christian given to many good works including funding the pilgrims...
Credo ut Intelligam

Credo ut Intelligam

I have recently been asked to assist at an Anglican Chapel in the University of Manchester as their Honorary Chaplain; this I am very happy to do. The dedication of the chapel is to St Anselm of Canterbury, Priest and Doctor. The motto of the Chapel and the Hall...