Ecumenical Service at Chester Cathedral
Webteam: 26th June 2017 12:17pm
An Ecumenical Service at Chester Cathedral September 17th at 6.30pm
As part of a launch of the four Cheshire Church Hubs (1. Frodsham, Runcorn, Warrington, 2 Chester Churches, 3 Crewe Group 4. Poyton Churches) to support all churches in Cheshire to be aware of Modern Slavery, an ecumenical service is being held at Chester Cathedral on Sunday the 17th September at 6.30 p.m.
(Frodsham Churches hope to have a coach available to take people to the Cathedral and details of this can be obtained by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Focus on Modern Slavery and the Churches Response
A Service of Prayer, Focus and Reflection......for all.
Come and join us for a service to pray, reflect and raise awareness about the challenges of Modern Slavery.
In attendance will be the Mayor of Chester, guest preacher Major Anne Read, Salvation Army (Director of Anti trafficking and Modern Slavery), representatives from Churches Together in Chester and across Cheshire, members of the Cheshire Anti-Slavery Network.
People of all faiths and none are very welcome.
The format of the service will be available electronically afterwards (via www.chestercathedral.com) for others to freely use in their own churches and communities.
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