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C H U R C H
The Parish of Northenden, Manchester
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St. Wilfrid’s Parish Church
Ford Lane
Northenden
Manchester
M22 4WE
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St.Wilfrid’s is the Church of England ( i.e. “Anglican,” or “Episcopalian”) Parish Church for Northenden, a district in the Wythenshawe area of south Manchester, UK.
Our aim is to honour God as we worship him, using both traditional and modern C of E forms of service; to share the good news of what Jesus Christ taught about life, God, and our relationship with him, and what he achieved for us through his death and resurrection; to offer support, spiritual or practical, to people in times of need or crisis, and in the normal routine and adventure of living; to encourage people to serve God in and through their daily lives, whether in their church activities, or in their “normal” life in work, family and community; to help people grasp more clearly the Christian understanding of life, the world and everything, through discussion and teaching.
Christians have been worshipping on the site of St. Wilfrid’s Parish Church for almost 1000 years and the present historic and beautiful building remains the focus for an active congregation in the 21st Century.
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St. Wilfrid's church viewed from the South side
Site last updated 10/07/2014
Daily Gospel Verse

July 2014


Prayer for the month

O Lord our God, who art in every place,

from Whom no space or distance can ever separate us;

We know that those who are absent from each other

are still present with Thee.

Into Thy holy care and keeping we commit our dear ones

now parted from our sight,

and may we know that through prayer and worship and sacrament, by drawing near to Thee,

we draw near to each other. Amen.


A prayer used  by Lowry Hamilton, Rector during WW1.


• July 2014 CONCORD Parish Magazine is available to download.


Note that the morning service on 3rd August will reflect the centenary of the beginning of the first  world war.  Details have yet to be arranged, but it is hoped that there will be some British Legion or  ex-service representation.  It will therefore not be the usual “first Sunday” Family Communion.


• See new photos of the church hall set out for a wedding reception.


• Is Britain a Christian country? Click here for comment.


• A “Watkin Walk” in Northenden ~ Click here to read a suggested historical walk by Greg Forster.


• From 1st May - changes to appointment system at Northenden Group Practice - click here.


• High Speed Trains 100 feet under Northenden - HS2 plans have been published, if you wish to

see the maps please go to section “Route section HSM28 Winterbottom to Ardwick” and select maps HSM28 Key Plan, Profile Sheet 6 or Profile Sheet 7 or click the links shown to open the map files. You will need to zoom in to see the street detail.


• Scramblers dates - click here.


• From 26th January 2014 Sunday Club will be held in the Church Hall alongside Scramblers, not in the  Rectory.


• Coffee Mornings will normally be on the last Saturday of the month ~ but watch the monthly diary slot.


Don’t forget to “Drop in” between 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm’ishSt.Wilfrid’s church is open most Sunday afternoons from 2.00 pm until Dusk, for prayer, visiting, enquiries, ancestor hunting, &c.