Church of the Ascension, Lower Broughton

About our Parish

Lower Broughton is undergoing yet another redevelopment cycle - which means some parts of the parish have been rebuilt, some have been demolished and left (at the moment our church is in the middle of a street grid without houses!), some parts have fought off the redevelopment and are currently enjoying a reprieve. These are interesting times in Lower Broughton to say the least. Who knows where we're going to be in five or even ten years time!

Population: 0


Parish Magazine

Canon

Editor: David Wyatt
Contact
St Paul's Church House
Broadwalk
Salford
M6 5AN

Tel: 0161 736 8868

For Genealogical Enquiries the local Diocesan Record Office is:

There records and archives of local historical interest at the Salford Museum on Salford Crescent. These are very good, especially for photographic and local historical information.

However, the main archive located at the Central Library, St Peter's Square, Manchester (beside the Town Hall) is probably the best place for detailed records such as Parish Registers and the like.

The Ascension does not maintian records beyond the most recent on site.


For Parish enquiries please contact:

For baptisms (Christenings), weddings, confirmation enquiries, funerals, memorials, requiems, or to have a loved one remembered in our prayers, for whatever reason, or added to the sick list, please contact Canon David Wyatt on 0161 736 8868.

Alternatively, our Churchwarden Mr Geoff Kay can be contacted on 0161 788 0257.

If you would perfer to contact someone by email, then please feel free to contact Mr Barry Alderson (deanery synod rep, member of the PCC, and webmaster for this site) using obga@hotmail.co.uk. Ensure "Ascension" appears very early in the subject line as the message might otherwise be deleated!

WE ARE ALWAYS WILLING TO PRAY FOR ANYONE WHO NEEDS OUR PRAYERS, AND THEIR NAMES ARE PRINTED ON OUR WEEKLY PEW SHEET IN ORDER THAT THEY ARE REMEMBERED EACH AND EVERY TIME A MEMBER OF OUR CONGREGATION PRAYS USING IT.


Churches in our Parish

The Church of the Ascension