Wrap up warmly & join us in the vicarage garden for a bonfire social. BBQ food available to buy on the night. Don’t forget your sparklers! Saturday 5th November – 18.00pm -21.00pm Everyone Welcome
Grab your dancing shoes and join us for a Ceilidh! Includes supper, but bring your own drinks. Tickets available from the office. £5 (Under 11s £2.50)
Once again this year we will be supporting https://bradfordnorth.foodbank.org.uk/ with donations from our harvest services. Please add an extra item to your trolley this week if you can.
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.
We took part in a time of teaching and fellowship during our ‘at home’ weekend earlier in the year. Mark Carey, along with Ben & Helen Askew from Kairos Harrogate led our teaching sessions on the Friday & Saturday, and we enjoyed music from Jasmine, and food from Cafe de Wrose & the Wrose Balti! It … Continue reading
February saw us host the Inn Churches project once more, where homeless people are taken from the streets and homed within local churches over the winter. Volunteers provided meals, befrienders came during the evening to play games and chat with our guests and members of our team slept overnight to make sure our guests … Continue reading
Yesterday at our ‘Sunday Live’ worship we focussed on the creation of about 150 Christingles. In the midst of our singing, reading and praying, the tables were laden with all the fixings for the Christingles. These were provided thanks to the good offices of Carol Wilkinson and the kind people at Morrisons. Here you can … Continue reading
Last Saturday night St. Cuthbert’s invaded the Wrose Bull, with keyboard and carols. All in aid of the Children’s Society. For the next four hours we sang to our hearts content every carol on the sheet and a few that weren’t! In the process a good deal of ale was supped and £43 was raised … Continue reading
It all began one Saturday near Christmas when a dedicated band of volunteers gathered to prepare a mountain of vegetables. Soon the kitchen was piled high with sprouts and potatoes. When the Sunday service was over we all gathered in the hall, eager to taste the fruit of their labours. We began by giving some … Continue reading