Tag Archives: Inclusive Church

Intergenerational Church

The Church press commenting recently on the retirement of a Bishop remarked how he had pioneered ‘Intergenerational Church’ in his diocese. Indeed, he had formed an intergenerational mission team. Inevitably there were questions about what ‘Intergenerational Church’ in fact was. … Continue reading

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Encouraging Inclusion

  Mass at South Creake is a highlight of our parish pilgrimage to Walsingham each year. Fr Clive Wylie SCP, the Rector, is so welcoming and encouraging. We are delighted the encouragement works both ways, as Fr Clive explains: It … Continue reading

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Embracing Inclusion

Inclusion is in the DNA of St Chrysostom’s. From it’s earliest days St Chrysostom’s church has served a parish of wide and constantly changing variety. The church has welcomed people from different backgrounds, countries and ethnicities. St Chrysostom’s was one … Continue reading

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A monthly Evening Oasis

Here at St Chrysostom’s we’re proud of our record of inclusion. It is, of course, ongoing work. Over a hundred years ago St Chrysostom’s pressed for greater inclusion of women in church life, the first women deaconesses in Manchester Diocese … Continue reading

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An Inclusive Church?

Fr Ian writes: Recent news from the wider Church has led me to reflect about the term ‘Inclusive’ as it applies to us here at St Chrysostom’s and beyond: The term ‘inclusive’ has been used in some circles simply to … Continue reading

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