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The Greater Manchester Churches Together Assembly is on Monday 30th September, 5-9pm at Salford Cathedral Centre. We have some excellent speakers lined up, looking at the theme of Churches and the Climate Emergency. I hope you will all be able to attend — and please do encourage people in your networks to join too.

Our AGM will begin at 5pm, so it would be really great if you are able to attend from that time — we will then move to the usual buffet meal.

that you may use to promote the event, and there is a sign up for tickets at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/churches-the-climate-emergency-greater-manchester-churches-together-tickets-65162257065 or you can easily find the event by searching the eventbrite website.

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