About Us

Ministry2Business is a joint venture between the Diocese of Manchester and a growing network of local Christian professionals and business owners.

Our vision is to see increasing numbers of Manchester’s professionals developing a faith that is utterly relevant to their daily lives, inspiring and equipping them to make a truly transformative and vibrant contribution to their workplaces and the wider business community.

It is led by, Revd Pete Horlock, Manchester Diocese’s Vicar to the Business Community. He is personally committed to supporting local business leaders in their everyday working lives and connecting Jesus Christ’s good news with our work.

Ministry2Business activities are focussed on three main areas:

Engaging – building supportive relationships with local professionals and business leaders and providing assistance where possible with some of the key issues they face on a day to day basis.

Encouraging – people to make a difference through their work and help Christians see their faith as integral to their professional lives.

Exploring – creating accessible opportunities for people to investigate the bigger questions of life and consider the dynamic connection between God, faith and their work.

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