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Parish Eucharist (22.01)

Parish Eucharist (22.01)

Service of Eucharist for the Third Sunday of Epiphany. A joint service of the English and Chinese speaking communities for a celebration of Chinese New Yea.

Bread for the World (18.01)

Bread for the World (18.01)

A service of Bread for the World, an informal Eucharist led by Revd Richard Carter with reflection from Revd Angela Sheard.

Bread for the World (18.01)

Bread for the World (18.01)

A service of Bread for the World, an informal Eucharist led by Revd Richard Carter with reflection from Revd Angela Sheard.

Bread for the World (11.01)

Bread for the World (11.01)

A service of Bread for the World, an informal Eucharist led by Revd Sally Hitchiner with reflection from James Fawcett.

Contemplative Prayer (10.12)

Contemplative Prayer (10.12)

Nazareth Contemplative Prayer with Revd Catherine Duce from St. Paul’s Southgate, Saturday 10th December. 

Sermon (06.11)

Sermon (06.11)

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 6th November 2022, Patronal Festival, by Revd Dr Sam Wells.

Sermon (30.10)

Sermon (30.10)

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 30th October 2022, Feast of All Saints, by Very Revd Xolani Dlwati.

Sermon (16.10)

Sermon (16.10)

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 16th October 2022 by Revd Richard Carter.

Sermon (09.10)

Sermon (09.10)

A sermon preached at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Sunday 9th October 2022, Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity, by Revd Sally Hitchiner.

Music and Liturgy for Lent (HeartEdge)

Music and Liturgy for Lent (HeartEdge)

Andy Salmon (North West Co-ordinator of HeartEdge and Rector of Sacred Trinity Church) give tips about creative liturgical resources for Lent whilst Andrew Earis (Director of Music at St Martin-in-the-Fields) and the Manchester HeartEdge Choral Scholars share musical resources to help freshen up your lenten experience.

Being Better Neighbours

Being Better Neighbours

What does it look like for Christians and our churches to be better neighbours to those in our local communities?

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