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The Diocesan Festival took place at St George's, Stockport on Tuesday 3rd May at 2.00pm. Diocesan President Vivien Ley introduced the service, Bishop Libby Lane preached and Canon Chris Humphries, Diocesan Chaplain and Revd Canon Elaine Chegwin-Hall, Vicar of St George's are pictured with Bishop Libby at the end of the service. Bishop Libby commissioned 6 new speakers.
Chester MarathonThe popular half and full Chester Marathons take in the beautiful rural Cheshire countryside
as well as Chester's historic city centre itself making them the perfect runs for all abilities.
Date: Sunday 15 May - Half Marathon and 2 October - Full Marathon
How to sign up
Step one: Register for your race space online
Step two: Let us know you'd like to run for Chester Diocese Mothers' Union by completing the form attached (to follow)and returning to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more details contact email@example.com alternatively call 01244 400491
Mothers' Union display in Chester Cathedral for the month of March.
The theme for all Mothers' Union work in 2016 will be A Celebration Of Faith.
Diocesan President Commissioning
|Vivien Ley was commissioned as Diocesan President of Chester Diocese this morning. She is pictured at the end of the service with Barbara Tayor (Provincial President) and is followed by her Assistant Priest from Christchurch, Willaston, Revd Lyndon Bannon||"Christ be our light" sung by Macclesfield Community Choir in Chester Cathedral to begin the Commissioning of Viv Ley and her trustees. Bishop Keith encouraged members to grow, reflecting on his visit to Aru, DRC for 10th anniversary celebrations. (Mothers' Union has grown from 19000 to 42000 in those 10 years.) Above all encouraged us to remember that "Yahweh reigns"|
|Vivien Ley (pictured after the service) with Assistant Priest, Revd Lyndon Bannon and his family||Joan Colwell was commissioned as Middlewich Deanery Leader and was delighted to be joined by her daughter Dawn, Diocesan Secretary and granddaughter Heather, who carried the deanery banner|
Bye Buy Childhood Campaign Guide
For further information about the campaign please go to www.byebuychildhood.org