Welcome to Christ Church, Davyhulme
In the Benefice of Christ Church, Davyhulme and St Clement, Urmston
Christ Church is a welcoming, family friendly Anglican church at the heart of the community of Davyhulme, Manchester.
We provide accessible, simple worship which enables us to give all that we have and all that we are and to know God.
Christ Church PCC and congregation take their Safeguarding responsibilities very seriously. For further information, go to our Safeguarding page where there is a link to the Diocesan webpage and the Diocesan Safeguarding Policy Document.
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SERVING GOD AT THIS TIME OF THE CORONAVIRUS
All the Church of England churches in the diocese of Manchester have been asked to suspend all public worship until further notice which means that there will be no services at Christ Church or St Clement’s Church until we have permission to resume services.
You will be well aware of the guidance from the government on measures to take to protect yourself and others at this time. A number of people have made contact with the church to offer support to anybody who needs help with shopping or collecting medication. If you need help in any way please call 07722412706 and we will put you in contact with them.
All organisations using the parish hall have ceased meeting as has the film club.
At this time when we cannot meet for worship each week we can still support each other and our community through our prayers. To help guide us in this each week the weekly Link sheet, bible readings and a short homily will be posted here. (These are all provided by Redemptorist Publications)
Trinity Sunday (on Sunday 5th June) is the first Sunday after Pentecost and honours the Holy Trinity – the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The Bible tells us, “And Jesus came and said to them, ‘All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit’” (Matthew 28:18-20). The season following Trinity Sunday is the season of Trinity.
Sundays in July Trinity 4 to7 Bible lessons and collects /content/pages/documents/1593852423.pdf
Sundays in July Trinity 4 to 7 Link sheet /content/pages/documents/1593852476.pdf
Sundays in July Trinity 4 to 7 Homily /content/pages/documents/1593852532.pdf
Rev Christine Bailey has also written a reflection for the 5th Sunday after Trinity which is also Sea Sunday and which you can read here /content/pages/documents/1594483444.docx
At this time when we can no longer meet together in our churches it has been suggested that the congregation of the Stretford deanery churches take time to pray on Thursday evenings at 7:45pm. A form of 'Night' prayer you might like to use can be found here /content/pages/documents/1590771076.docx