Broughton Community Centre and Church
LOVE – FRIENDSHIP – WORSHIP – HOPE
Broughton Community Centre and Church (known locally as ‘The Naz’ or ‘The Naz Community Hall’) is a bustling ministry hub in the Lower Broughton area of East Salford. There has been a Nazarene church in Lower Broughton for 100 years! Our community hub and ministries have been revived over the past few years and, as we approach our centenary, we’re at the beginning of a new phase in our ministry to this local community. We remain connected to the Church of the Nazarene as an expression of Nazarene Compassionate Ministries and have changed our name to Broughton Community Centre and Broughton Community Church (BCC-Salford). With the new appointment of a minister in Spring 2022, we are excited to see what God will continue to do through all those who are part of this ministry.
- To be a Christ centred Community Church
- In the community: present and rooted
- For the community: serving people and meeting needs
- With the community: working with others
- From the community: shaped and formed locally
- As a community: sharing Christ together
Our community gathers in these ways:
- Food Pantry
- Craft Club
- Pop-up Café
- Monthly worship on a Sunday lunch time
- Bible study and Communion
- Community group room rentals
We would love to hear from you if would like to volunteer, rent a room, or join our Trustees Group!
For contact details or to enquire about room rentals scroll to the bottom of this page.
Watch the short films (2017 and 2020) to find out more about some of the work we’ve done and to hear from some of the people who are part of our story past and present.
Watch this short film made by The National Union of Journalists (NUJ, Manchester and Salford branch) and young people to see more of the work done through The Naz.
Our Salford church features in a short film made by The National Union of Journalists (NUJ, Manchester and Salford branch) and young people that talks about the experience of poverty. The film asks media workers to consider how they tackle the subject and better understand the root causes why people find themselves dependent on benefits.
Watch below and CLICK HERE to find our more about the NUJ film (2017)