Ministry 2 Business - Serving the City of Manchester

Ministry 2 Business In Manchester

Manchester is one of the UK’s most exciting, vibrant and forward thinking cities. Widely recognised as the most significant commercial centre outside of London, it is at the forefront of the Northern Powerhouse movement and has an extremely talented and highly respected business community.

Ministry2Business (launched in July 2012) seeks to be a positive, innovative and supportive Christian influence within the midst of its city centre business community which enables its professionals to explore God’s call on their lives and the relevance of faith to their work.

Copyright James Emmerson, 2015

M2B07There is a widespread view that God and business simply don’t mix, and that the competitive, cut-throat demands of the marketplace are essentially incompatible with Christian values. But our conviction is that the God who created and sustains the world is also the God of the workplace. He is keenly interested in our working lives and wants us to make the most of the skills and gifts he has given us.

We are committed to helping promote a healthy, vibrant business community in the heart of the city, and helping its people with the challenges and opportunities that they face on a day to day basis.

Therefore, we provide one-to-one confidential support for business leaders, topical seminars on key business/lifestyle issues, whilst also providing opportunities for people to explore the integration of faith and work, and to investigate the bigger questions of life.

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