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Advent at Northcliffe

You are warmly invited to join us at an array of events and services coming up in December. On Saturday 4th December the 4th Shipley Guides present their WINTER WONDERLAND between 10am and 2pm, with the following on offer: Hot Chocolate and Marshmallow Cafe Reindeer Food to buy Christingle-Making Games and Fun for all Refreshments Cake […]


Sunday 14th November 2021 provided the opportunity not just to have our usual Remembrance Sunday service but to hold a SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE  and mark in a special way the lives lost in our community during the recent Covid pandemic.  We felt very aware that for many, including members of our own church, it had […]

Guides Summer Update

Hello everyone, we hope you are all well and safe. Guides have been busy, as too have the brownies and rangers who are now meeting again on Tuesday evenings. We are still zooming away and have 12 girls who join us online each week. Our summer term has seen us take part in the North […]

Guides get busy for wildlife

It was great to see the Guides and Brownies gathering together outside church on Saturday morning to head over to Northcliffe woods. The Brownies had a challenge sheet, encouraging them to find interesting things.  The Guides were easy to spot with their (moulting) feather boas. Adele, the Guide leader, shared the work that the Guides […]

Easter Cross

Our  simple, bare, wooden cross has been transformed  as church members and passers-by were invited to add a flower to the cross. A rota of helpers made it a great day, with lots of little chats with passers-by and some sunshine too! With the church doors open wide, several people also stopped to admire the […]

Symbols of Peace

100 origami cranes in rainbow colours have been installed in the church vestibule for passers-by to admire. They are a symbol of peace and love. We congratulate Charlotte Dolby for her skill in making these and are grateful to her allowing us to display them at Northcliffe .


Christmas ThY_Northcliffe LEP Our food donations (12kg) to the Bradford North Foodbank 2020 Christmas Hamper Project made a BIG difference to local families. In 2020 the Foodbank handed out 190 hampers (110 with food parcels) to families and 53 hampers (20 with food parcels) to adult-only households.  


Four Rainbow Letters in front of Northcliffe church spell out the word HOPE. We want to bring encouragement to people as they walk or drive by the church. The letters will soon be accompanied by  our Advent  Banner,  another symbol  of  Hope  to  come.

Fun and Games

The Guides managed to get away to camp staying in small groups and enjoying the space to distance safely. They built a bridge, played frisbee netball, drank hot chocolate and made chocolate oranges. Well done guides. When they are not venturing out, the Guide leaders make sure they maintain contact with guides and brownies in […]