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Welcome to Christ Church, Macclesfield

We are Macclesfield's most unique community space and events venue. Redundant as a church, but brought back to life by local people

18th century church

Historical events space

Central location

Christ Church is a grade II* listed Georgian church in Macclesfield commissioned by industrialist Charles Roe in 1775. These days, it is a beloved community space kept open through donations generated by events, and maintained by volunteers alongside The Churches Conservation Trust (CCT).

What's on?

  • Treacle Market Opening
    Treacle Market Opening
    Multiple Dates
    Sun, 28 Jul
    28 Jul 2024, 11:00 – 15:00
    We are open on Treacle Market Sunday.
  • Wednesday Open Evening
    Wednesday Open Evening
    Multiple Dates
    Wed, 21 Aug
    21 Aug 2024, 18:00 – 20:00
    Join us on the third Wednesday evening of each month.
  • Remembrance Sunday
    Remembrance Sunday
    Sun, 10 Nov
    10 Nov 2024, 11:00 – 15:00
    Join us to commemorate Remembrance Day 2024 as we remember the soldiers who bravely gave their lives in WW1 and WW2.
  • Christmas Tree Festival 2024
    Christmas Tree Festival 2024
    Sun, 01 Dec
    01 Dec 2024, 18:00 – 24 Dec 2024, 20:00
    Our annual Christmas Tree Festival, beginning on the 1st of December. Details of this years festival are TBC - if your group or business are interested in decorating a tree, please get in touch!

Come and visit us on event days, or enjoy the gardens and surrounding areas at any time.


Bridge Street,
SK11 6EG,
Macclesfield, Cheshire

Where you can find us

A brief history...

Christ Church in Macclesfield was built in 1775, and is considered an 'engineering marvel' due to its rapid construction, a revolutionary use of cast-iron columns, and its capacity to seat 1800 people.

The church is currently under the care of the Churches Conservation Trust, with events being held by volunteers from The Roe-naissance Project to fundraise and keep the doors open until long-term funding is secured to futureproof and modernise the venue.

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