Christmas Events

Already starting to make plans for Christmas day? Struggling to find those perfect decorations and gifts? Looking for somewhere to share food and drink with the perfect festive atmosphere?

Your churches have just the right Christmas event for you!

From Festive coffee mornings to Christmas Fairs, Sausage sandwiches to mince pies and crafts to Christmas hampers you’ll find the lot and more at a church near you.

Take a look at our collection of Festive event posters to find out more..

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Ping!

I was contacted by Ping Bradford, in the summer of 2017, to be part of the national launch for Table Tennis. They would provide us with free table tennis tables and all the equipment we needed.
This has been a good opportunity to draw people into the church building to strengthen and encourage people in the life of the community. There are people in the community who feel isolated and lonely and providing the space to help people to know that the church cares would be a good thing.

We have been really blessed in having about twenty people who belong to the table tennis group, which started in September 2017. The group is going so well, that we have had to request another table, which Sport England readily provided. We now have three tables, which are in use all the time from 10.00 am to 12.00 Noon.

Because of the success of this venture, we are now in a position to extend the times when we meet, so that we can accommodate more people and extend the hand of pastoral care to people who seem to appreciate, not just the exercise in playing table tennis, but the fellowship and the networking which it stimulates. We have people from different churches and none, who attend the group.

We have recently started to meet from 10.30 am to 4.00 pm, and will be providing a light lunch on the last Monday in each month. Please tell your friends to come and meet new and interesting people.

For further information, please get in touch with me.

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Film and Faith

Join us at The Peacock Bar (25 North Parade) as we watch and discuss the war film ‘Amen’

Nazi officer Kurt Gerstein (Ulrich Tukur), a chemist by training, is assigned to develop a disinfectant to purify water for the German army, but soon discovers that his invention, Zyklon B, is being used to exterminate imprisoned Jews. Horrified, he approaches a number of diplomatic figures with his story, but only Riccardo Fontana (Mathieu Kassovitz), a priest, takes him seriously. Fontana returns to the Vatican but is informed by his superiors that they have more pressing concerns

The screening of this film has been arranged by Bradford based film company, Camera Shy, and is sponsored by Northern Monk Brewery.

Graeme will be leading a discussion on the films major themes following the screening.

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