About Us

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.

Sunday Services

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Sunday Worship

10.30am Morning Service
Sunday school is held at the same time
(temporally suspended, see Events for News Bulletins)

Upcoming Events

Music for Contemplation


11.00am Piano and Violin Recital Isobel Paris & Oliver Morris

St Margaret’s Church is pleased to announce an opening musical Recital by the Morris family next Saturday the 1st August at 11.00am. It has been five months since Isobel and Olly gave their last performance in the church on 7th March and much had happened to us all since then.

Due to continuing Gov guidelines there will be no coffee or cakes available. The pews are all measured out for social distancing and there is hand gel available in the porch.

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St Margarets Church, Whalley Range is feeling excited.

We can now donate to our treasured St Margaret's Church online via EasyFundraising. 

If you follow the link below you can also discover how to raise funds for St Margaret's while shopping online! 

A great way to ensure our Church is well supported in spite of the lock-down.

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AA meetings


Meet by Zoom

Meeting every Monday and Thursday at 7.00pm

For Zoom codes text Julie on 07854 644008

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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.  One person voiced an opinion that he would struggle with it being in church but most wouldn’t.  It may be that his voice is more typical of the church than the rest of our congregation but nevertheless it is the sort of difference we can move forward together on."  

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'Pews of an unusually organic design' 

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Heritage Open Days

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Names in Memorial Chapel

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1914 - 1918

Letter to PM David Cameron 21 November 2015.

Do not bomb Syria 

Stained Glass Windows

St Margaret window
Alpha & Omega window 1950
Nativity window
Dramatic East Window
Stained glass by Edward Attwell
Window by Claydon & Bell
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St. Margaret's
Whalley Range

Contact Us

Find us at:

Rufford Rd (corner of Rufford Rd & Whalley Rd)

Whalley Range,


M16 8AE

@2016 by St. Margaret's Whalley Range.

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