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Non-Religious Virtual Seder!

Non-Religious Virtual Seder!

Non-Religious Virtual Seder We’re hosting our annual Seder again this year – but we’re doing it online! The virtual Seder will take place from 5.30pm until 7pm (UK time) on Saturday 11th April 2020. The Seder is the traditional Jewish celebration for Passover – a holiday marking the tragedy of slavery, celebrating the joy of […]

Greater Manchester’s ‘Home Truths’ Listening Campaign

Greater Manchester’s ‘Home Truths’ Listening Campaign

Greater Manchester’s ‘Home Truths’ Listening Campaign On 7 May 2020, Greater Manchester will have an election to decide who the next mayor will be. Ahead of this, we are working with our community allies to run our Home Truths listening campaign across the ten boroughs of the city-region. make your voice heard At Shelter, we […]

Women & Ageing

Women & Ageing

Women & Ageing Unitarian Women’s Group Annual Meeting – Women and Ageing Sara Wilcox Cathie Masztalerz Cathies’s daughter helped us with the painting. It was my first time at the Women’s group gathering and the journey from Taunton in Somerset to the Derbyshire Dales was stunning in its scenery. I arrived at the Nightingale Centre […]

Camino Voyage 12th December

Camino Voyage 12th December

Camino Voyage – 12th December ODEON Manchester “A crew, including a Writer, two Musicians, and Artist, and a Stonemason embark on the Camino by sea in a traditional boat that they built themselves, on an inspiring and dangerous 2500km modern day Celtic odyssey all the way from Ireland to Northern Spain. This intimate documentary charts their […]

Manchester Muslim Education Exhibition

Manchester Muslim Education Exhibition Manchester Muslim Exhibition Poster

Muslim Education Exhibition at Cross Street Chapel 12-15th November As part of Islamophobia Awareness Month, Cross Street Chapel will be hosting the Muslim Education and Development’s Exhibition on Muslim life in the UK. Pop by to learn more about the history of Muslims in the UK, their contributions and the extent and implications of Islamophobia. […]

Summer Music Concert Styal

Summer Music Concert Styal Norcliffe Chapel, Styal

Styal Summer Music Festival Friday 26th July @7:30pm (doors open @ 7:00pm) The concert will feature a wide variety of classical pieces performed by talented instrumentalists and vocalists including students from the Royal Northern College of Music. The concert is being curated by Norcliffe Chapel’s own organist, Alan Myerscough, who is well known as a […]

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