Welcome to St Peter’s House: the home of the Student Christian Movement in Manchester!
St Peter’s seeks to be a house that offers:
- A spiritual home to students and staff of all faiths and none, for reflection, refreshment, and renewal
- A place where faith meets intellect and intellect meets faith
- An inclusive community where we seek to break down barriers, where the whole world gathers and diversity is celebrated
- A space to find and celebrate life through fellowship in Christ, sharing God’s love in worship, prayer, music and the arts,
- A place where we are challenged to discover and embody the Kingdom values of justice, joy and peace.
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Recent Blog Posts
November 26, 2015 |
On 25th November, this week was the International Day for the elimination of violence against women. On this day I am saddened by being reminded of the fact that even in the UK women still experience domestic violence and sexual exploitation. On 7th October I attended a very interesting but also shocking bible study by Raj focusing on the scripture passage Judges 19 vs 1-30 which covers the story of a concubine who experiences rape and abuse and is then killed by her partner and slaughtered and cut up into 12 pieces. This is a bible passage I hadn’t heard of before and was coming to new. My reaction to the story was both...
November 20, 2015 |
St Peter’s are proud to present the first of the St Peter’s House FREE “Rush Hour Concerts” this Monday (23rd November) at 17.20. This 40-minute informal drop-in concert of Norwegian and French music for soprano and piano will not only be an invigorating start to the week, but is perfect for avoiding the city centre traffic! The concert will take place in the auditorium and is free of charge (with latecomers welcome!), and there will be a retiring collection for the Student Hardship Fund, which aims to help students in exceptional financial...
November 19, 2015 |
On Saturday morning I was shocked and saddened to learn of news that Paris had been struck in a series of terrorist attacks killing 129 and injuring another 200 with 90 of them being in a critical condition. On Friday evening, Paris was attacked in a series of terrorist attacks which struck at the heart of the capital as terrorist attackers acting in the name of Isis struck at restaurants and bars at five separate attacks before storming and killing others at the Bataclan stadium where 89 were killed as the suicide bombers shot at those inside the stadium and fired Kalasnikov assault rifles into the crowd of innocent onlookers. It both shocks and...