The church is a Grade II Listed Place of Worship, currently on the 'At Risk Register'. You will have a chance to explore this unique Georgian interior, wonder at what it would have been like in its hey-day, and weep at the 'heritage crimes' committed in the 1960s.

You will see it on the brink of its last phase of restoration (mainly the tower) which will lead in to the sympathetic development, restoration and re-decoration of the interior, which we hope will involve some 'architectural archaeology' in the restoration of colour-schemes, especially of the formerly polychromatic vault.

You can find further details of this event here:


We are open

Saturday 16th September 10.00 am - 4.00pm 
General opening

*2.00 pm "Get Creative" (for the young and young at heart)
Arts and Crafts for all ages, from painting card making 

Narthex: a reprise of last years well received  displays but in A3 album form (downloadable as pfds at the foot of this panel).

* the earliest years from 1978 of what is now Manchester United Football Club, when it was known as Newton Heath  Lancashire and Yorkshire  Railway Football Club
* The Blackpool Tower, manufactured in Newton Heath
* Winifred Letts, celebrated Anglo-Irish playwright (d.1972) and daughter of the Rector and antiquarian, The Reverend Ernest Letts, MA.

Refreshments available in the Narthex too.

A celebration of the community with representations of local voluntary and statutory bodies which help knit together the fabic of the parish.

Organ Room
Soft space for very young people.


Newton Heath History Group
"Then and now"

Sunday 17th September 

*10.00 am Parish Harvest Festival Service
*11.00 am - 2.00 pm general viewing (as for Saturday)
*3.00 pm Harvest Sing-Song and Concert.

Preface_and_Introduction_from_The_Rector, PDF


Ernest_Letts_U383ECp, PDF


Winifred_Letts, PDF


Industry_of_the_ferrous_and_footballing_kind, PDF