• photo of St Chad's church buildingWelcome to the website of St Chad's Church, Ladybarn in South Manchester, part of the Church of England Diocese of Manchester.  

    Our main Sunday service is the Parish Eucharist at 10.00am, using the contemporary language liturgy from  Common Worship.  The service is sung with hymns, plus incense on major festivals. 

    There is Fair Trade tea, coffee and biscuits in the Community Hall after the service.

    Our children's corrner provides space and craft activities within the main body of the church allowing parents and carers to still participate in the service.
     

    Finding Us

    The church can be located on Streetmap

    St Chad's Church
    St Chad's Road
    Withington
    Manchester M20 4WH

    Our Rector, Rev Mark Hewerdine can be contacted here
    or on 0161 445 1185
    Our churchwardens can be contacted here.

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    Our Parish

    Our church serves a parish with a diverse make-up of retired adults, young families, students and many others. We're close to the university campus, in the heart of Ladybarn, and near Withington High Street.

    Find out more about our parish in our Mission section.
    The Church Urban Fund has this economic profile of the parish. 

    This history of the parish and the church was written by an amateur historian member of the congregation. 

    Partners and Organisations We Support

    We are a Fair Trade Church (browse the the current Traidcraft catalogue), support Christian Aid  and, in common with every parish in the Deanery of Withington, are members of Inclusive Church

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    We are also support the Greater Manchester Winter Night Shelter.

    Community developments at St Chad's supported by

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    The webmaster can be contacted by email.

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  • Safeguarding

    We aim to create safe environments, where children and young people are nurtured and protected; and where all people, and especially those who may be vulnerable for any reason, are able to worship and pursue their faith journey with encouragement and in safety. We follow the national legal and procedural framework for safeguarding children and vulnerable adults, and Church of England policy and practice.

    If you have a concern and need to make contact about a safeguarding issue, please contact one of the Safeguarding Officers: Judy Fletcher (07795 217 637) or Leslie Bell

     
     

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