This Sunday (Sept. 23rd) is our Harvest Festival service - this will be a Worship for Everyone Service designed especially to be more accessible to children. We ask that everyone bring at least one non-perishable food item (tins, packets, jars), which will be used for our Foodbank.
St. Cross (located opposite the Clayton Hall tram stop on Ashton New Road) is a parish church in the Diocese of Manchester, part of the Church of England, and has always been at the heart of the Clayton community- everyone is welcome at our weekly services and other events so we hope you will join us soon. Please see the menu above to find out about Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals or how to hire our function room or contact a member of the church with an enquiry. If you would like to find out more about the church, our community links and proud history, or see more photographs please take a look at the links or see the About section in the menu.
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We now have Foodbank collection points at ASDA Eastlands, the Wells Centre, St. Willibrord's Church, Seymour Road Academy and in church for donations of non-perishable foodstuffs. All donations will be gratefully received, for more details please see our Foodbank Page.
Please Note: St. Cross Foodbank will open on Friday afternoons between 4.30 and 5.30pm onlyto families who have been referred via Ravensbury Community School, Seymour Road Academy or St. Willibrords RC School and have children at one of the schools. At present St Cross Foodbank is not open to the wider community.
Thank you to ASDA, FareShare, Thrussel Trust (Droylsden), Tesco (Gorton), Greggs (Lime Square) and all the organisations acting as collection points for us.
St. Cross is open for visitors who would like a chance to look around on the first and third Saturdays of every month, in conjunction with our friends at Clayton Hall. The church is usually open between 1 and 3pm but please get in touch via our Contact Page to check times for specific weekends.