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World Mental Health Day – Interfaith Service 2021

Celebrate the faith & resilience of Health & Social Care staff throughout the pandemic by attending our Interfaith Service at Manchester Cathedral on Thursday 7 October from 6pm.

The service is convened by GMMH Chaplaincy.


Theme for 2021: "The faith and resilience of health and social care staff throughout the COVID-19 pandemic."

Keynote speaker – Professor Dawn Edge

Every year the service attracts greater participants from both the faith communities and the health and social agencies. In commemorating mental health on or around the 10th October, the annual Interfaith service recognises and promotes the value of faith and culture across GM and the vital link that both faith and belief provide in mental well-being.

In bringing together faith communities alongside health and social care agencies, we seek to foster cohesion, understanding and solidarity, enabling health and social care agencies to work together with faith communities to improve the mental well-being of all people across GM.


Doors and Stalls open from 6pm, you do not need to pre-book your place to attend.

Service starts at 7pm.

Service finishes by 8.30pm.

Food and refreshments will also be served.


Manchester Cathedral provides COVID-19 guidance for all those in physical attendance with social distancing seating options.  

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