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What a lovely selection of words St C’s people chose to describe Hannah Loeffler-Kemp, as they thanked her for her time with us as parish assistant. At Mass on Sunday morning Fr Ian presented Hannah with this ‘word cloud’ made … Continue reading
Mycah (Parish Assistant 15/16) sends: Christmas Greetings from Muhlenberg Lutheran Church in Harrisonburg, VA! I’ve landed on my feet after living in Manchester alongside St C’s, and have moved from one church home to a new one. I am filling a brand … Continue reading
Hannah writes about her first impressions as a Parish Assistant at St Chrysostom’s I have now been in Manchester for about two months! I have been wrapped in an abundance of hospitality and open arms since arriving to St.Chrysostom’s. I … Continue reading
Mycah, who was parish volunteer with us 2015/16, writes about her ‘discovery’ of the rosary while at St Chrysostom’s, in the second of our blog posts for October, the month of the rosary. (The first post, ‘The Comfort of the … Continue reading