St. Margaret's Church
A village church in the inner city
St. Margaret’s is a challenging Christian community, dynamic, creative, inclusive of a wide variety of viewpoints. We are a people of global concern, striving through education to develop alternatives to conflict and injustice.
To do this, we build local networks that make a difference. We value religious and cultural diversity, working with Faith communities as equal partners.
St. Margaret’s takes as its role model the values of Jesus as recorded in the Gospels: compassion, encouragement, forgiveness. Contemporary role models are also a source of guidance.
We are both a place and a people raising awareness, leading to personal empowerment, or in traditional language, spiritual well being.
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23rd August 2020
10.30am Morning Service
Open Voice Choir
Sing songs in harmony, everyone welcome.
No experience necessary.
Every Wednesday (term time only)
7.30 - 9.00pm. Now harmonising on Zoom
Cost £5 (concessions always available)
AA Meeting in Whalley Range
Every Thursday there is now an AA meeting in Whalley Range. The meeting will be held in St Margaret's Church, Rufford Rd.
M16 8AE from 7 - 8pm. Now meeting on Zoom
Please join us early for tea, coffee, biscuits and fellowship. We need lots of support to create a safe space for everyone.
Please contact Julie at 07854 644008 with any questions or if you would like to do a service.
Black Lives Matter
Open Letter to President Donald Trump
Open letter to The Bishop of Manchester 30/07/2012
"When we discussed the issues around gay marriage in St Margaret’s Church, Whalley Range the majority opinion was accepting of gay marriage.
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'Pews of an unusually organic design'
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Heritage Open Days
Names in Memorial Chapel
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1914 - 1918
Letter to PM David Cameron 21 November 2015.
Do not bomb Syria