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.
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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.
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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.
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 their weekly zoom sessions.
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We are grateful to our Guides who have set up our Poppy Field at the front of Northcliffe church. Members of the church and .community are invited to place a poppy in the grass as we approach Remembrance Sunday.We remember those in conflicts around the world and the consequences of war for all who are affected by it in whatever way.
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Update following latest national restrictions : We are suspending Virtual Worship until we public worship is allowed once more. In the meantime we will continue to send out links to the livestream services for people to watch at home.
Starting on Sunday 11th October we are opening the church for a service beginning at 10.30 a.m. The service will be screened and we will be using the You Tube material sent out by the Circuit each week. We have been following materials in the Jesus Shaped People series. By screening the virtual service at Northcliffe we hope it will provide an opportunity to come together, even if not in the ways we were used to ‘pre-lockdown’. It will enable those without the technology at home to share in the service and hear the hymns, readings, prayers and sermon. It will provide a visual focus too. Though chairs will be spaced out and no singing is allowed, it seems good to open our doors once more and welcome people in.
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