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Robert, from Uganda, has been granted asylum. This is great news. Robert has thanked the many christian and other organisations which have helped him. St Chrysostom’s has had a part in this. Robert writes saying “Huge thanks to all members … Continue reading
A challenging and inspiring exhibition Twilight People is currently at Media City, Salford. A group from St Chrysostom’s Church went to the opening event, from which Mycah wrote this report: TWILIGHT PEOPLE is an art exhibit and oral history of people … Continue reading
Parish assistant John writes: Over Trinity Sunday weekend, I was at a 4-day choir festival in Dublin. Various Voices is an international festival for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender choirs. Over 80 choirs took part from all around the world … Continue reading
Fr Ian joined Bishop Nigel (former Bishop of Manchester) and about 300 other guests, yesterday at the 2013 Homo Heroes awards at the Raddison Blu Hotel in Manchester. It was a special occasion with a wonderful atmosphere and some surprises. … Continue reading
This year Manchester is celebrating the centenary of the birth of Alan Turing. On a recent Saturday afternoon a group from St Chrysostom’s and the LGBT Communion service visited the special Turing exhibition at Manchester Museum. Turing was a brilliant … Continue reading
The Church film group recently met to watch The Blossoming of Maximos Oliveros. Set in one of the many slum communities of Manila, in the Phillipines the film follows the story of Maxi, a gay adolescent who, after the death … Continue reading