Church

Not only because you need something, but because you have something to be thankful for.

 

On Sundays we are currently worshipping God at:

Fairfield Community Centre, Grove St, off Fairfield Road. M43 6TB

What's On

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Sundays

  • 3:30pm - 4:45pm Worship Service at Fairfield Community Centre, Grove St, off Fairfield Road. M43 6TB

We really enjoy meeting together on a Sunday.  We discuss what the bible says about a particular topic or story.  We encourage discussion, because we believe that everyone can have an opinion about God and life.  We are a mixed group of people and we welcome anyone and everyone without exception.

As well as discussing parts of the Bible, we usually sing a few songs together, led by our brilliant worship team and we always include activities for children.

We usually eat afterwards, so if there's a lot of you coming, you might want to let us know!

We hold a craft-based interactive FUN service called Messy Church once a month

Quote from Jon Bishton, corps officer: “I love the relaxed atmosphere we have at The Salvation Army on a Sunday afternoon.  There’s always space for a cup of tea, a catch up and a conversation.  We really enjoy discussing stuff about God, celebrating God’s love and how he works in the world.  We try and keep it real and we’re open to challenge and discussion.  Because it’s not a really big place, it’s easy to discuss what we believe.”

Weekdays

Christian faith during the week, when our doors are open to offer programmes and activities for the whole community.

 

  • Tuesday

    • 8pm - 10pm Community groups
      • Locations change each week, please phone for details

Small Groups

  • Tuesday Community Groups

We regularly meet together in someone’s house to talk about life and God and to pray together.  This is a great way to make deeper friendships and to be honest about life with God.  

Quote from Graham Boxall, church member: “This is a great way to make deeper friendships and to be honest about life with God.”

Community Service

  • Food parcels

We run a small food bank for local people in need.  We donate about three days of food to people, provided they have been referred by another relevant agency.  We always take time to listen to people and will provide them with additional contacts for further help whenever we can.  Because our food bank relies on donations, we are happy to hear from anyone who wants to donate non-perishable food to us.  

We are very grateful to Morrisons in Openshaw who host a donation trolley for us in their store in Lime Square.

  • Money management and Budgetting

We can help you go through a structured process to make up your own budget to help you take better control of your money.  Please ring our office on 0161 371 5044 to make an appointment.

  • Bereavement

We do not offer official bereavement counselling, but we do understand grief.  We will happily listen to you whatever your story.  We will try and help you make sense of what is happening.  Please ring our office on 0161 371 5044 to make an appointment.

New Charity Shop now OPEN on Lime Square

Our charity shop at 1319 Ashton Old Road has now CLOSED

A new Salvation Army charity shop has OPENED on Lime Square next to the Post Office near Morrisons.

 
 
 
 
Lime Square Openshaw, Manchester (Greater) M11 1DA
United Kingdom
Phone: 0161 371 5044

VOLUNTEERING

We rely on volunteers in lots of our work, especially in our charity shop.

As a volunteer you will have a fulfilling experience helping our community. You could gain or build upon existing skills, friendship, confidence, work experience and team-work.  The volunteer roles we offer are interesting, flexible, and worthwhile.   For futher details on volunteering in our charity shop please contact us on 0161 371 1797.  

"Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in"   "Let us LOVE not in Word and Speech but in DEED and TRUTH" - John 3:17

Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Jane Bishton

Captain

Jon Bishton

Captain