An Evening with The Archbishop of York

St Mary’s Nantwich

Saturday 22nd June 2024, 7.15-9.30pm

A talk by Archbishop Stephen Cottrell, then questions from the audience, concluding after refreshments with a 15 minute service of Compline.

Stephen Cottrell is a gifted and lively communicator, plain-speaking and down to earth. His warm and engaging manner makes him at home in an environment where he can interact with an audience.

This is an opportunity for you to ask questions about life and faith, church or nation, everyday or global issues.

Following a welcome from the Rector, Mark Hart, and an introduction by the Bishop of Stockport, Sam Corley, the Archbishop will speak for 15-20 minutes. During the main part of the evening Archbishop Stephen will answer questions from the audience. After a break for light refreshments all will be welcome to stay for a 15 minute service of Compline led by the Archbishop, ending by 9.30pm.

This event comes at the end of a two day visit the Archbishop will make to the Diocese of Chester.

Free tickets available from Eventbrite

or the Parish Office: 01270 625268     office@stmarysnantwich.org.uk

  • Wheelchair access via the south door.
  • No church car park, but several municipal car parks nearby, mostly free after 6pm.
  • Doors open from 6.30pm.
  • Sit wherever there is space available in the nave (unreserved).
  • If after booking you find you can’t come, please let us know so we may allocate your ticket to someone else.