Our children led us in our opening prayers this morning. They also helped lead our first hymn “Shine, Jesus Shine” before going down to their Sunday Club where they learned how Jesus healed the centurion’s servant. The children left the adults to enjoy a service of celebration and reflection led by Caroline Pathak.
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Over £170 was raised for the Junior Mission for All at our Coffee Morning and Cake Stall. Congratulations to the team who organised and ran the event and provided a range of yummy cakes. Thanks to all friends, neighbours and church family members who were able to support it.
We are pleased to announce that Northcliffe has met the criteria to gain the Child Friendly Church Award, recognising our welcoming approach to children and young people and the value we place in their input into church life. We currently work with children in our Sunday Club (Junior Church), a youth group for 8-12 year-olds […]
Huge thanks to Rebecca, Michael and all of their family and friends who made our Epiphany lunch such a success. We had a super time and enjoyed delicious food and had great conversation. We must do it again sometime. After expenses this raised £90 towards our building improvement funds.
On 8th December 2018 the church was decorated all round with Nativity Scenes presented or created by different church linked groups. The Nativity Display was beautiful with groups taking time to set up their scenes. Creativity at its best and faith proclaimed. Here are just some of the many scenes on display.
Our Northcliffe Christmas Cards proclaim Jesus the Reason for the Season. Our service for the first Sunday in Advent was led by Caroline Pathak on 2nd December. The first advent candle – the candle of Hope was lit. The second Sunday of advent coincided with the lighting of the candle of Peace. Masses of Brownies, […]
At our Remembrance Service on 11th November we displayed the names of those from our church who had lost their lives during ‘The Great War’. This included those from the former Shipley United Reformed Church and those from Hall Royd Methodist Church. A cascade of Autumn leaves represented falling poppies and our some of our […]