Author Archives: Natalie Whiteley
This Saturday – 30th September, together with our St C’s family, we are planning a day of fun and enjoyment for all ages, to coincide with the opening of the St C’s wildlife garden. Join us (in our newly decorated hall) for some good old fashioned fun – think ‘Pick a stick’, ‘hook a duck’, … Continue reading
Messy Church is a place Children & Adults, who enjoy sharing in creativity, celebration, food & fun. This November, we will be meeting to share in excitement & expectation of what is to come in the weeks leading up to Christmas. All are welcome. We start off in church, playing games, making badges and meeting up … Continue reading
When Julie asked us if we would be interested in putting on a performance of ‘Refugee Voices’ for Refugee Week, we were up for the challenge! Refugee Voices is a script telling the true stories of three asylum seekers or refugees who have lived in or passed through Bradford: Michael, a Zimbabwean teacher and lecturer … Continue reading
On Sunday evening, after our time of coffee & cool down, we took part in a communion service – where no words were spoken. The liturgy took the form of action, music & activity. A very peaceful & helpful time was had, as we had to concentrate on the aspects of the service, … Continue reading
Roger Davies brought his unique brand of songwriting to Live @ Costa this month. It was also great to see Bishop Toby, who answered our questions during the interval. The questions from the floor included politics to questions of faith, & the impact of family members during his childhood. It was another great evening. On June 7th our next … Continue reading
Our Worship Group hosted a fabulous night of Praise and Celebration in April. After many late night practice sessions, the evening was filled with music, dancing, quizzes and supper. With special thanks to the extra members of the group who joined our musicians for this event.
You are welcome to join us at our new group, meeting at St Cuthberts on a Wednesday afternoons, 12.30pm til around 3pm. If you are a knitter, paper-crafter, model maker, or are just interested in making friends & chatting over coffee – You are welcome here. Whether you consider yourself to be a creative person or not, … Continue reading
There were the most amazing scenes at Messy Church on Good Friday when 140 people turned up to take part in the Easter Story, through crafts and songs and sarnies. The helpers were brilliant even if they did have a rather shell shocked appearance most of the time. Our thanks to everyone who came & of … Continue reading
During Holy Week we gathered together to share in a passover meal, led by Colin who explained the various elements to us. A lovely lamb casserole was served to us by Steve, Graham, Bev & Julie, and a great time of fellowship was enjoyed.