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Saint           Hilda's

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Audenshaw

Your Church of England in Audenshaw and North Denton,

in the Diocese of Manchester

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Welcome Reverend Amy-Elizabeth 
 

From 5th February 2023: our main Sunday service  

the Family Eucharist

(Holy Communion)

will begin at the earlier time

of 9:30am

On Wednesdays, there is a shorter service of Holy Communion at 10am

After each service there is an opportunity to chat 

and tea and coffee are served

All are welcome

 

 

Bishop Mark Davies, in consultation with parish representatives, Archdeacon David and the Area Dean Daniel, has agreed that Rev Amy-Elizabeth Sheridan, curate of St John Hey and St Thomas Leesfield, should begin a period of secondment to the parishes of St Hilda and St Stephen Audenshaw.

  
During the secondment, Amy-Elizabeth and the parishes will continue a period of discernment until February 2023 and it is to be hoped that Amy-Elizabeth will then test a call to become priest-in-charge at both parishes. This would follow the usual formal process of application and interview. 
In the meantime, please pray for Amy-Elizabeth and continue to pray for both parishes during this period of vacancy.
 

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To contact us,

please call:

07879 880208
or

0161 336 4212

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Father John Kershaw

vicar of St Hilda's 1989-2020

May he rest in peace

and rise in glory

 

The churchwardens, church council and members of St Hilda's congregation would like to express heartfelt thanks to all those who have expressed kind thoughts and condolences following the sad loss of our dear friend and faithful priest, for over 30 years, Father John, who passed away after a long illness on All Souls Day, 2nd November 2020.

 

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A SAFE CHURCH

 

St Hilda's maintains a strict policy for the safety

and protection of children and vulnerable adults, in

accordance with the directives issued by, and                      regularly reviewed by the Church of England's

Manchester Diocese.

 

As a church community, we are committed to:

 

+ The care and nurture

of  - and respectful pastoral ministry with -  

all children and adults                    

+ The safeguarding and protection of all children and adults...

 

Our Safeguarding and Adults at Risk co-ordinator is:

Mrs Sandra Marston

0161 900 2029

 

Detailed information and additional contact details:

see 'Safe Church' page

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

He is not far from any one of us. In him we live and move and have our being.   ACTS 17:27

 

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