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Sunday 10th September 2023 – KINDNESS- Breakfast Church

This week is the second Sunday of the month, so we are gathering together at 10:30am at St Paul’s Church for Breakfast Church!

We are continuing to explore the Fruit of the Spirit from Galatians 5, this month we are thinking about the ordinary and yet often challenging fruit of Kindness! Our Scripture reading will be from Matthew 20:29-34

We’re sorry, but this is the week of the month that there is no livestream of the service.


(To get notices on this page please email  – we can’t promise to put all on – but will do our best!)


Over the coming months we are focusing on famous proclamations of faith in the Bible.  To match it we’d love to hear stories from you!

Does anyone have a story about when………

a) You had to suffer or struggle

b) How you became a Christian

Al Massira – 6th & 7th of October

Al Massira is a course where participants are invited on a journey to discover the basics of the the Christian faith – it is particularly useful for those from a Muslim background.  We are hosting this here in our Parish.  More Information found here.

Bradford Theology School

Bradford Theology School is running a new Year 1 course in 2024. This equips students with Foundations in Christian Theology. They have an open day on September 9th. This gives people interested in the course the opportunity to experience a day of teaching with the school, hear about the vision and values and ask any questions they have. For more details and for students to sign up for the day they just need to register here.

Robin Gamble retirement service – Sunday, 1 October 2023, 6:00pm at Bradford Cathedral

Robin Gamble, Bishop’s Advisor in Church Growth, retires this autumn. All are invited to come and celebrate his dynamic and fruitful ministry as a parish priest and as an encourager of evangelism. The service will include sung worship, testimonies, presentations and prayer.  More details on the Cathedral Website


There are many in our parish who regularly give to the church through a Direct Debit to our bank account. If you do – firstly thank you so much for your generosity! It would be a great help though if you transferred across to using the Parish Giving Scheme. As charity rules, tax claims etc become more complicated it is increasingly becoming a big task to claim back the 20% we can get on top of your gift. Joining the Parish Giving Scheme makes it all so much easier for us – and easier for you too! Please speak to Zarine if you want to know more about it – or click the links!

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