Some of our friends and partner organisations in the local area:
Clayton Hall Living History Museum
Clayton Hall has always been connected with St. Cross since its owners helped to fund the church in 1866. The Hall is now a Living History Museum and is open to visitors on the first and third Saturdays of every month.
St. Cross is also 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 1pm and 3pm but please contact our Warden via our Contact Page to check times for specific weekends to avoid disappointment.
The Boaz Trust
From October 6th 2017 until April 27th 2018, St Cross will work with the The Boaz Trust in running its first ever night shelter for destitute asylum seeking and refugee women. The Boas Trust has been running a men’s night shelter for nearly 10 years now, with the help of various churches over that time. The success of the men’s Boaz Night Shelter (BNS) will be the foundation upon which the women’s BNS will be built.
For more information about this important project and how you can help, please click here.
The Booth Centre
The Booth Centre supports homeless people and those at risk of homelessness in the Manchester area and has been the recipient of our Harvest Food Appeal Collection for many years until we established our own Foodbank.