- Email or text 07587 672 937 with your name, contact details and address.
- We’ll be in touch about delivering your seeds and compost to you safely, or arranging for you to come and pick them up from Brunswick church.
- Plant your seeds at home and watch them grow!
- Take photos, make drawings or notes, and send them to us.
- Tell your Brunswick neighbours about it so they can get their seeds too.
Free vegetable seeds and compost for Brunswick residents during Covid-19. Delivering surprise selections of 4 seeds to your door. First come, first served.If you would like to grow your own seeds at home:
An online seminar, this Thursday, July 16 from 11 to 11:45am.
George Floyd’s murder, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority communities have highlighted inequality in our society. This webinar promises to go beyond simply discussing the problem of racial inequality to provide practical advice to help churches bring about positive change.
Speakers Bishop Mike Royal, Co-CEO of Cinnamon Network; and Rev David Shosanya, Baptist minister and international speaker will address questions such as:
Free. Register here.
As part of the easing of the Coronavirus lockdown, buildings known as 'places of worship' can now re-open, but with a number of conditions. Jess explains where we at Brunswick Church are up to with re-opening our building.
It's been a busy week. Another 5x lunchtimes for 'Brunswick Beestro' giving out free hot takeaway meals, Midweek Junior Sunday School (via Zoom) and another serving of goodies ℅ Brunswick Cake Fairies. Plus regular online Positive Steps activities, being part of local projects such as Ardwick Mutual Aid Group and fellowship group and Sunday service.
And as well as all that, we have been getting our building ready for possible re-opening. This has included a great cleaning job on our Youth Room (including a floor you can almost see your face in). More meetings and discussions and preparations still to come, so nothing to announce just yet, but watch this space...
One of our church members, Anne Flear, has been making Facemasks in lots of different patterns and one (or more) can be yours for £5 each to our Refurb project. They can be posted out if you want two or more. Pick out the one you want from the different designs in the photos. You can donate via the button on our Refurb page or contact us directly. If you are on Facebook you can also check out Anne's post about the facemarks there.
This week MJSS (Midweek Junior Sunday School) looked at Jesus telling a story, learning about who our neighbour is and what that means when everyone isn't treated the same.
During this time of Coronavirus precautions, while Brunswick Church (the building) has been closed for our normal activities, Brunswick Church (the people) has been finding new and innovative ways to continue to support and serve our community. Check back through these news items to see some examples. Here are a few photos from this week showing the Cake Fairies latest creations, Cup-Cake Day cup-cakes for Brunswick Bistro (OK, the building is being used for that!) and some sprouting results from our Buzz Seed Bags.
This week in Midweek Junior Sunday School (MJSS) we looked at another favourite passage, the Feeding of the 5000. We learnt the difference between "want and "need" and also that God provides all that we need â sometimes through us! We then provided food for our families and made flat breads for tea â the video tells you what we were having them with!!
MJSS (Midweek Junior Sunday School) had great fun this week with skittles, paper and Cadburys biscuits. Can you spot the favourite Bible story? The video has been speeded up to show the rainbow forming.
From the Manchester Diocese 'Protesting through Prayer' online gathering on Monday responding to the #BlackLivesMatter protests for racial justice and equality, here’s Rogers Govender, Dean of Manchester Cathedral addressing some of the issues.