Sunday Services

St Margaret's is a beautiful place that offers space to explore and worship the Divine through the Christian tradition



8.00am Holy Communion
A quiet start to the day through a said traditional service
10.30am Morning Service
Sunday school is held at the same time
Sept
10 & 11

Heritage Open Days

The church is open 1.00 till 4.00pm for tea and information
Sept
11

Ethnie and Millie's little kingdom of surprises...

strawberries and tea on Sunday 3.00 till 4.30pm...at the St Margaret's Social Centre, Brantingham Rd, (weather permitting). Come and see, admire their handiwork and experience refreshment within.
Sept
18

Sunday 10.30 Holy Communion

A Chaplain from The Pennine Hospital Trust will help us to understand
caring for the sick on 
Sept
20

Space and Stillness
Tuesday 6.45 - 8.15pm

Exploring Meditation Together

Sept
25

Remembering Jaya and Bhopal

Ravinder and friends remembering the work of Jaya for the victims of the chemical spillage at Bhopal, India.
10.30service followed by a Fund raising lunch
Oct
2

Harvest Festival 10.30 am


Oct
3

PCC Meeting in the Church at 7.00pm

Oct
25

Space and Stillness
Tuesday 6.45 - 8.15pm

Exploring Meditation Together

Open Voice Choir

Sing songs in harmony, everyone welcome. No experience necessary.
Every Wednesday (term time only) 
7.30 - 9.00pm.
Cost £5 (concessions always available)

Storytelling on Whit Sunday

A story from The Gambia, Laaminni Baa sung by Holly Marland with Kora.

Art by children and artists at St Margaret's

Open letter to The Bishop of Manchester 30/07/2012

"When we discussed the issues around gay marriage in St Margaret’s Church, Whalley Range the majority opinion was accepting of gay marriage.  One person voiced an opinion that he would struggle with it being in church but most wouldn’t.  It may be that his voice is more typical of the church than the rest of our congregation but nevertheless it is the sort of difference we can move forward together on."  

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Nicholaus Pevsner's Architectural Guides

'Pews of an unusually organic design'  

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Dramatic East Window

Crucifiction, c. 1932

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Stained glass by Clayton & Bell 

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Stained glass by Edward Attwell (of Chorlton)

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Stained glass probably by Edward Attwell

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Heritage Open Days

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Names in Memorial Chapel

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1914 - 1918

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Letter to PM David Cameron 21 November 2015.

Do not bomb Syria 


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