Didsbury Community Church


A Harvest of Compassion for the Community

Broad Oak Primary School and Didsbury Community Church are partnering together in a Harvest of Compassion to serve our local community by collecting food items to support our local Food Bank in Chorlton and Didsbury.

On Sunday 15th October at 10.30 am in the chapel, Didsbury Community Church will be hosting a harvest compassion Sunday and serving a free harvest soup lunch. Each year we choose a local compassion project to partner with for Harvest, and this year we are supporting the local Didsbury and Chorlton food bank.

Food banks provide loving help and support to people in need from across the community that find it difficult, for varying reasons, to purchase food items for their families in a time of crisis. The Food bank provides people in need with emergency food items to help people in their difficult time of need, along with support in addressing the root causes of those needs, and they work with social services, health organisations and charities to help turn difficult situations around for the long term through care and compassion.


Chorlton & Didsbury Foodbank Logo

Chorlton & Didsbury Foodbank
Chirst Church Hall, 
Darley Avenue, 
West Didsbury, 
M20 2ZD


Rev. Trevor Hutton (Minister, Didsbury Community Church) will be speaking to the school children about this year’s harvest compassion project, and we ask that your children bring non-perishable items (see below) to school between 10th - 17th October to support local families in need.  These will be collected and taken to the local food bank on 18th October.

Thank you very much for your help and support


Useful items to bring:                                                          

Breakfast cereals
Pasta sauce
Tinned beans
Tinned meat
Tinned vegetables
Tinned fruit
Tea or coffee

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