How are we, as a church, responding to the tragic events in Manchester?

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How are we, as a church, responding to the tragic events in Manchester?

We are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life and our thoughts and prayers are with all of those who have been impacted. In many ways, the city is grieving. We’ve seen people crying in the supermarkets and at the school gates. As a church, people are practically and lovingly responding where they see need.

We have generously been offered the use of a camper van by a local businessman and have stocked it with supplies. We will be using it as a base to take teams of people to meet whatever needs we see or hear of over the next few days.

You can get involved here: http://mvuk.org/LoveManchester

We are a church that has committed to loving Manchester, and that’s exactly what we are going to do – seeking to respond with love, hope and courage.

A number of people have asked how they can give financially to support us as we reach out to the people of Manchester. You can do so [here].

We will not be gathering on Sunday morning (28th) as it’s the Manchester Marathon. A smaller group of people will meet for Sunday lunch. You can find the details [here].