4th Shipley Rangers once again served up a great offering of pancakes with a variety of toppings to a hall-full of guests, including the guides who are seen here tucking in.
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brownies A new Brownie pack will join our Guides and Senior Section on Tuesday evenings at Northcliffe Church. Brownies is open to girls aged 7-10. For more information please contact Adele on 07590 047449
Exterior insulation panels and rendering, along with double glazed doors and windows to all our Community Rooms downstairs have made the building more secure and more environmentally friendly.
Improvements to our Community Hall are now complete with special thanks going to our Senior Guides Group who decorated the Hall and others who lent a hand. The new lighting and ceiling panels add the finishing touch while the double glazing and insulated walls make the whole place cosier. Oh and the blue is a big […]
The guides once more did a superb job presenting the Christmas Nativity through mime and narration. The costume changes were impressive and the joy of Christmas shone through. Our carol service – “The Story of Light” told the Christmas story this time in words and music with help from the Hall Royd Band, bible readings, prayers, meidations […]
Bi-monthly services for praising, making and sharing – for all abilities and all ages. Thanks go to our regular team of contributors: Benjamin, Gill, June, Katie, Martin, Neil, Peter, Phil and Tim. These guys lead worship, read stories or prayers, are part of the music group or prepare the craft activities each time we meet. […]
There was plenty to delight at our recent Harvest All Together where all ages and abilities came together to praise to make and to share. Puppets travelled all the way from America to join with us and we learnt more about the fruits of the spirit.
We are delighted that Caroline Pathak is now working with us as Host-Evangelist at Northcliffe. She was welcomed at a special service in September and was joined by friends and colleagues from her previous churches “down South”, alongside representatives from Shipley Churches Together, Bradford North Methodist Circuit, the United Reformed Church and of course Northcliffe! […]
Members of the Guide Dogs Association, including puppy walkers are regular visitors to Northcliffe. They meet in our Hall Royd room with a number of dogs in attendance. Some were able to attend our Community Fair and bring merchandise from the charity. Many years ago, one of our members was instrumental in setting up the Talking Telegraph […]