Passers-by are invited to take a knitted flower from the bucket of flowers and place them in the lawn in front of church to say a prayer for themself, a friend or family or just because …. The prayer field is just beginning to bloom and we pray it continues to grow and brings comfort […]
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Our small contribution to the nation’s celebration of the 75th anniversary of V.E. day. We give thanks for all those who were touched by the Second World War in whatever way. We recognise the sacrifices of six long years of war.
As a small tribute to all the medical staff, care workers and key-workers we have made a banner and placed it outside church. We wanted to say a big thank you for all the things that are keeping us going during this strange ‘lock-down’ time.
While current restrictions are in place we are sorry that all gatherings in our buildings have had to cease. We miss the buzz and chatter of the many church activities and the community groups who access Northcliffe. Moreover, the loss of opportunity to join together in worship is hard and although we are keeping in […]
We continue to keep this under review and follow advice on how the virus may impact on gatherings. We regret that meeting for Worship has been suspended and all church groups and lettings of our building are currently on hold. We continue of course to hold the Community in our thoughts and prayers at this […]
Jill Crossland performed a lunchtime recital with selections from the Well-tempered Clavier (48 preludes and Fugues) by JS Bach and Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No 30 in E Op. 109. This year is the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth. Jill Crossland pursues an active concert and recording career. She plays regularly on the South Bank and […]
A Service of Light suitable for all ages as we enjoy carols led by Hall Royd Band introduced by some of our young people. The service will be led by Tim Billingsley and after the service we hope to be entertained to a medley of Christmas tunes. All are welcome to join us for refreshments.
Well done to the Brownies and Guides who presented a Nativity with a difference. The Superheroes were worried – they’d heard a rumour that someone was coming who would save the world. Hey that was their job! Who was trying to take it away from them? Well they learnt, of course, that the baby born […]