It’s Anti-bullying week!

Hi everyone! In the lead up to Christmas, everything gets going for us! Next week is anti-bullying week nationwide, and we will be delivering projects on the theme of “All Different, All Equal,” in schools across Stockport. We have already delivered the project in two schools (Cheadle Primary and St John’s Primary) and we could appreciate your prayers for us as we lead these sessions in the following schools. The project focuses on addressing prejudice and discrimination – a hot topic for many schools at the moment – and a topic that requires a lot of sensitivity. I pray that the holy spirit will be with us in all we say and do. Please do take note of when we are delivering in a school close to you, and maybe spare a moment to pray for us on that day. Every prayer makes a difference!


All Saints Primary, Heatons. 9 – 1pm

Cheadle Heath Primary, Edgeley. 9 – 1pm.

Mersey Vale Primary, Heaton Mersey. 1 – 3pm.

Romiley Primary, Romiley. 1 – 3pm.


Abingdon Primary, Reddish. 9 – 12

Norris Bank Primary, Heaton Norris. 9 – 11

Mersey Vale Primary, Heaton Mersey. 1 – 3pm

Lane End Primary, Cheadle Hulme. 1 – 3pm.


St Thomas’ Primary, Heaton Mersey 9 – 3pm

Queensgate Primary, Bramhall 9 – 12


Woodley Primary, Woodley. 11 – 12

Moss Hey Primary, Bramhall 1 – 2pm

Ramilies School, Cheadle Hulme 2 – 4pm


Norbury Hall Primary, Hazel Grove 9 – 3pm

Didsbury Road Primary, Heaton Mersey 9 – 10

Tuesday 21st

Prospect Vale Primary, Heald Green 9 – 1pm

Friday 24th 

Fairway Primary, Offerton. 9:30 – 3:30pm

Let’s pray together! 

I also want to invite you all to our last prayer meeting of the year! Myself and our Heaton’s worker, Jill, will be leading a creative prayer meeting at Stockport Baptist Church, on Saturday the 25th of November at 9am. There will be coffee and tea provided, and we will also have set up creative prayer spaces in the church. This is a great opportunity to come and spend some time in prayer for our area, our schools, and ourselves. Please join us as we dig into prayer for the last stretch of the term.

We appreciate all the prayers for our work – they are sustenance to us when we have nothing more to give! We hope to see many of you on the 25th, and I can’t wait to update you about how all our anti-bullying projects have gone.