Job Vacancy: Organist and Choral Accompanist (Piano)

Organist and Choral Accompanist (Piano)

Cross Street Unitarian Chapel

Manchester M2 1NL

This is your opportunity to perform weekly in a beautiful, contemporary chapel in Manchester city centre.

Applicants must:

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Coffee 4 Craig comes to Cross Street!

I have been very honoured to meet and witness in action Coffee4Craig, a homeless support charity. Today C4C has provided clothing in a “Street Store” – sorting donations for Manchester’s rough sleepers. The homeless coming into the chapel are given tickets which may be redeemed for items – a system that ensures fairness and choice. We may forget that along with...
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Service of Space and Silence

Cross Street Chapel’s service tomorrow (15/11/2015) will provide space, silence and stillness, with reflective music and readings, for mourning and remembering victims of violence and terrorism.

Service begins at 10:45; all are welcome.


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Festivities at Cross Street Chapel

We are blessed that Manchester comes alive in the late autumn with the Christmas Market; soon every evening the streets will be filled with merriment and laughter.

Cross Street joins in the enjoyment and warmth with several annual events:

Our lunchtime recital onĀ  Friday November 27 at 1 PM will beĀ Anthems For Advent, featuring the Roundelay Choir, Soloists on many instruments,...
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Death of Natalia Strelchenko

Cross Street Chapel is shocked and saddened at the death of Natalia Strelchenko. She was for a long time our “pianist in residence” and had performed here on numerous occasions, including recitals and services. Her music brought great joy and profound beauty to many over her years in Manchester.

Natalia shared with us not only her musical virtuosity, but other interests,...
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Cross Street Chapel in the news

A recent article in the MEN has focused on the continuing exhumations outside our chapel. Our minister, the Rev. Cody Coyne, shared his thoughts on the experience and anticipation for the future. Click here for the article.


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