Category Archives: St Chrysostoms Church

Pioneering support at Church for the trafficked

400 Trafficked people helped – through friendship, English classes, walks, cinema, art sessions, court attendances, help with forms… this is our work at St Chrysostom’s helping survivors of human trafficking. We are so pleased with how our work with trafficked … Continue reading

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St Chrysostom’s People: Walter Carroll

Maurice Duruflé‘s choral setting of Ubi Caritas was wonderfully performed, and filled St Chrysostom’s Church with glorious music during our celebration of St Chrysostom’s People. Euan Au conducted the singers, The Renaissance Consort, and when the piece came to an end he … Continue reading

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A boat anchored in our community

” Yon’s our house, Master Davy !” I looked in all directions, as far as I could stare over the wilderness, and away at the sea… but no house could I make out. There was a boat, not far off, … Continue reading

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St Chrysostom’s People: Lucy Marian Lomas

Lucy Marian Lomas was born on January 3rd 1891 in Moss Side and all her life lived in the South Manchester area, indeed for the last sixty years of her life she lived in St Chrysostom’s parish. She died on … Continue reading

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St Chrysostom’s People: Bishop James Fraser

On October 13th 1877 St Chrysostom’s Church was consecrated by Bishop James Fraser, Bishop of Manchester. In fact for several months before this the church had been in use for worship, under the Bishop’s license, but finally the time came … Continue reading

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St Chrysostom’s People: Constance Littlewood

Six of the beautiful stained glass windows in St Chrysostom’s Church were given by one woman benefactor. One set of three, showing Mary, Simeon and Gabriel are in the South Aisle, and the second set are in the Anson Chapel … Continue reading

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St Chrysostom’s People: Francis Noel Davey

St Chrysostom’s people are wonderfully varied. Throughout its history the church has welcomed, influenced or encouraged a remarkably wide range of people. To celebrate this we are publishing a book St Chrysostom’s People telling of some of the people who, … Continue reading

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