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Dear Friends in Christ, Did you know that October is National Sausage Month? No? Neither did I until I read it recently. In America, it’s a month, in Britain we have a more modest National Sausage Week! More of you will know that October is also National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In the Church of […]
Gospel Reading: Luke 12:49-56 Division. Describing division to a class of 5 year olds is best illustrated with a pizza. We have the whole and we share or divide it between children. The whole becomes many pieces. And so it is within families, communities, countries, the world, Jesus warns, a rippling effect as the whole […]
Due to Rev. Clive leaving, St Elisabeth’s will be joining together with St Agnes and St Mary and moving around Reddish during the summer. From Sunday 4th September each church will have a 10.30 Eucharist. The arrangements for July and August are as follows: Sunday 24th July 9am: St Agnes’ (Book of Common Prayer Style) – Rev […]
St Elisabeth’s were thrilled to find out that a group of local Young People from the Prince’s Trust had chosen them as their project for a fortnight. The young people were given the chance to take on their own group community project, making a positive difference to the place where they live. The young people […]
St Elisabeth’s Mardi Gras themed pancake party was well attended by and has raised just over £115 – more than ever before! The celebrations were enjoyed by children and adults alike, with scrumptious pancakes, crafts and even a haribo filled piñata. Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday’ is a way of using up rich foods, like eggs, […]
Dear friends in Christ, My wishes and prayers for a happy 2016 to you all. I know it is a sign of age when you think life is passing by quickly, but boy, 2015 seemed to go faster than ever. Yet as I think back on the year, I am very aware of a real […]
St Elisabeth’s is absolutely thrilled to have been chosen to host ITV’s Christmas Carol Concert for 2015. The programme is broadcast on Christmas Eve, and is one of only a handful of programmes to have no advert breaks. The programme will be presented by Aled Jones, and will feature carols & readings by exciting celebrity […]
Dear Friends in Christ, We all need a ‘pause button’ in our day when we can stop, and put our talk, and activities and plans on hold, and in the space that is created, we can become aware of the deeper realities and dimensions of our lives. Sometimes that pause button is pressed by another […]
We’re thrilled to announce that St Elisabeth’s has joined both Facebook and Twitter. Follow us on Twitter here for quick news and information. Like us on Facebook here to keep up to date with everything going on at St Elisabeth’s.
The team at St Elisabeth’s want to say a big thank you to the team from Canterbury Clothing Company for donating their time to help out at Church. The lovely staff from Canterbury Clothing Company (who are based in Houldsworth Mill) have been at church on two Give Back Days. The team of volunteers, more […]
On Saturday 19th September Rev. Penny and a number of parishioners enjoyed a visit to The Community of the Resurrection at Mirfield for a ‘Quiet Day’. Cath Lingenfelter writes about her experience of Mirfield. Not knowing what to expect, we set off with a sense of curiosity but came away with an inner peace and […]
A photo taken of Phan Thi Kim Phúc (known as Kim) on Thursday 8th June 1972 made her the most famous nine year old in the world. During the Vietnam War, Kim’s village of Trang Bang became a battleground between the North and South Vietnamese forces and the actions of a South Vietnamese pilot that day changed […]
Dear Friends in Christ, I’ve recently taken up tweeting, but the truth is I’m not good at doing it regularly enough to gain lots of followers – I think I have about 100, whereas Russell Brand, for instance, has over 2 million. I did though send out a tweet on 26th January from York Minster. […]
St. Elisabeth’s was thrilled to host their very first Fashion Show & Sale Event on the evening of Saturday 27th June. The show was presented by Shop2Drop, with the proceeds from the tickets and raffle going towards St. Elisabeth’s fundraising total. The attendees were treated to a glass of Pimms and a selection of nibbles […]
On Sunday 7th June St. Elisabeth’s held the Civic Service in the presence of new of The Worshipful the Mayor and Mayoress ofStockport. The service was attended by a number of past Mayors along with representatives from churches across Stockport and other Civic Dignitaries. The congregation was thrilled to welcome The Rt Revd Bishop of Stockport, Libby Lane, […]
Each year a number of positions of responsibility have to be elected at St. Elisabeth’s. On Sunday 19th April we held our AGM, where a number of pressing matters where discussed and the relevant elections were held. Below are the results of the election. The following people were recently elected at the St. Elisabeth’s AGM. […]
A group of Christmas Carollers from St. Elisabeth’s took to the streets to bring a bit of Christmas cheer to North Reddish. Starting at Morrisons, the jolly group headed down to the Poet’s Corner estate, with stops in Houldsworth Square and St. Elisabeth’s on route. The carollers final stop was a quiet, candle lit service […]
St. Elisabeth’s Church is absolutely thrilled to announce that the annual Christmas Fair raised £2,000. This is a phenomenal amount and will be put towards the upkeep of the beautiful Grade I Listed building. The fair included mulled wine, hot sandwiches, a raffle, cakes, bric-a-brac stalls, a chocolate fountain and the famous Clergy’s Bottle Stall. […]
Volunteers, supporters and friends were invited to come together and celebrate the achievements of Re:dish over the past year. Re:dish was founded by St. Elisabeth’s Priest, Rev Angie Stanton, and local teacher, Phil Arnold, who were made aware of the profound effect of poverty in the Reddish area. At the event, Phil recalled the impact […]