Join us on Saturday 12th August 2017 between 2-4pm for Moor Than… Food. This is a chance to get to know all kinds of people from the community we all enjoy living in. Specifically we will be joined by our friends from South Manchester Muslim Community Centre, for food and conversation. So come along, bring some food too share with others (Halal or Vegetarian), bring some conversation and be prepared to make new friends!
Some thoughts from our minister Stuart Radcliffe in the wake of the terrible tragedy of Monday evening:
For nearly 50 years now I have been proud to call Manchester my home. I love its spirit, its life, its vibrancy. It taught me to dance (badly), to sing (badly) and to love extravagantly. The individual who tried to destroy all of that on Monday night will not win, Manchester is bigger, and stronger and more hopeful than they will ever be. It has more compassion, more understanding and embraces diversity more than they could have ever understood, it stands for everything that is good and tolerant, it taught me to see the best in all people, regardless of race, religion, gender or sexuality. This morning none of that has changed, instead I am more determined than ever to make it a reality, to work for peace, to share hope and to shout from the rooftops that LOVE WINS!
During Holy Week 10th – 13th April we will be outside Plough On The Moor handing out coffee and hot cross buns to people passing either on their way to work or just out and about. We will be there from 7am until about 9am please do stop us and take a drink. I promise there is no catch it’s just a drink to say we care and hope that you have a great Easter!