Photos from Sunday’s bake sale for Fairtrade Fortnight which raised £44.42. Also featuring the Ten Commandments on chocolate cake!
Shrove Tuesday, the day before the beginning of Lent (the run-up to Easter), is also known as Pancake Tuesday. So... we're having another Pancake Party. Eat pancakes of various sorts with numerous toppings (think of the combo possibilities!), play games, and make sure to ask someone where the pancake and shrove bit fits into Lent!
Shrove Tuesday, February 25, 3:30-6:30pm. Everyone welcome, but children must be accompanied by an adult. Download a poster here.
Tuesdays 10am – 11am
First Session: Tuesday 21st January
All levels of experience / complete beginners are very welcome!
Sessions are FREE.
Benefits of yoga include:
Central Manchester Service User & Carers’ Network
Do you use mental health services or care for someone who does? Why not come along and meet like-minded people? We’d love to meet you and hear your experiences in a service user and carer led discussion group.
Third Monday of every month 12.30 - 2pm Brunswick Church, Brunswick Street M13 9TQ
Download a leaflet here.
Join us for fun craft sessions starting Thursday 23rd January 2020, 1-3pm at Brunswick Church.
You will learn
Each week you will learn a different technique to modern weaving and fall in love with this age-old craft. All done by hand. No expensive tools necessary, so come along.
Everyone welcome No experience necessary
What will YOU create?
Simon and Jess welcomed Medlock Primary School Reception classes into church this afternoon to celebrate the wedding of Priscilla Polar Bear and Thomas Teddy Bear as part of their topic work on celebrations.
The children learned about special wedding clothes and different parts of the wedding service. They even helped the bears say some very special wedding vows:
"I'll love you when there's lots of honey
I'll love you when your jokes aren't funny
I'll love you when you're feeling well
I'll love you when you really smell
I'll love you just like God loves me
Because that's the way it's meant to be."
After our mini service, all the children had the chance to wish Priscilla and Thomas well in their new life together by throwing confetti.
Women's Footprints & Live Well Make Art invite you to join us for a day of yoga, dance, ceramics, free food and a look back at our year long arts and health project.
Saturday, 23rd November. 12-3pm. Free Entry. Brunswick Church.
In preparation for our annual Winter Night Shelter which will be every Monday night until the end of January, we have just spent an evening having a cook and freeze session so that we can provide hot evening meals for our guests. Various dishes were prepared and cooked by Kaye, Alison and Mo, while Gordon supervised a larger group of volunteers who peeled, chopped and sliced. Special mention for Doreen our expert and fastest peeler!
These beautiful wreaths and flower arrangements were made by women from Women's Footprints and the Over 50s group at our Positive Steps Community Hub. The Neighbourly Gardening Project supported us to make the wreaths and arrange the flowers throughout the church for Vi Palmer's funeral last Friday. Many thanks to everyone who helped. Aunty Vi was a member of Women's Footprints and the Over 50s and would have been proud of you all.
A full house at Brunswick Church today for the funeral of our oldest member, Violet Palmer. There were lovely tributes to this amazing saint, and many stories and memories shared of her no-nonsense but loving manner. Simon, often heckled by Vi if the Sunday morning service started late, made sure today's celebration of her life began on time! After the service many of us went to the committal at Southern Cemetery where, accompanied by singing, Vi was laid to rest beside her husband Winston.