Caritas Up Coming Events

Bury – Christmas Day Dinner
We will be offering a free Christmas Dinner on Christmas Day from 1pm until 3pm to those in need. Delivery service, takeaway and a drop-in cafe available. Bury Parish Church Hall # The Rock (behind the church), Bury To order a meal for someone, please telephone 07855 306 074. To pay for someone’s meal, please
Appeal for Volunteers!
Following a significant volume of donations over recent weeks, we are in urgent need of short-term volunteers to assist our committed team in organising and sorting items at our centre in Eccles. Can you help out for half a day or more? Time slots are mornings 9.30am til 12.30pm and afternoons 1.30pm til 4.30pm and
LIVING WAGE CELEBRATION SAT 20th Nov 2021 10am Manchester Cathedral Caritas are proud to be a Living Wage employer. Join Bishop John Arnold, Mayor Andy Burnham and other faith and civic leaders to celebrate 20 years of the Living Wage campaign at a special event hosted by GM Citizens. The Dignity of Work is a
Preparing to Welcome Little Amal
‘The Walk’ with *Little Amal will reach Manchester, the final destination of an epic 8,000km journey from the Syria-Turkey border, on Wednesday 3rd November.   “It is because the attention of the world is elsewhere right now that it is more important than ever to reignite the conversation about the refugee crisis and to change the
Caritas Annual Mass of Remembrance
The Annual Mass of Remembrance will take place at 7pm on Friday 26th November at St Ann’s Church, Chester Road, Stretford M32 8LF and livestreamed. We will remember all those in the Caritas and wider diocesan family who have died in the past year.  We will also remember those for whom a dedication has been
Date confirmed for the 2022 Caritas Big Sleep Out
Following another successful event this year, we are delighted to confirm that our next Big Sleep Out will take place on Friday 16th September 2022 at Xaverian College and (tbc) other locations across the diocese. This event is not intended to replicate the real lived experiences of those people who are street homeless, but merely
The Caritas Lancashire Three Peaks Challenge
Saturday 25th June 2022  The Caritas Lancashire Three Peaks Challenge This 23-mile Fundraising Challenge Walk will take in Pendle Hill, Longridge Fell and Whalley Nab – starting and finishing at Whalley Abbey – and take in a section of the new pilgrimage route from Blackburn Cathedral, so has a lovely ecumenical connection.  The event will
World Day of Migrants and Refugees Sunday 26th September
Towards an ever wider “we” is the theme chosen by the Holy Father for the 107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees. “We are all in the same boat and called to work together so that there will be no more walls to separate us, no longer others, but only a single ‘we’, encompassing all of

Other Up Coming Events

CAHNS Black History Month Event  – Thursday 30th September 6.30 pm – 9 pm
Manchester Cathedral Caritas is delighted to be attending  CAHNS annual flagship event to launch this year’s Black History Month, where we will be sharing the transformational work we are doing with African communities through our Refugee Education Project.