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Sunday 2nd June 2024 – Adam & Eve – ‘Al Massira’


This week we are continuing with our  series – Al Massira.  Over the summer we will be looking at well known Bible Stories but particularly how they can be meaningful to Muslims – who might see them differently.

Al Massira explores the messages and signs of the Old Testament prophets and their fulfilment in the person of Jesus throughout all scripture. In Arabic ‘Al Massira’ means a journey, the idea of setting out in the company of others.

Our All Age service is at 10.30am at St Paul’s Church – Adam & Eve – our reading will be Genesis 2:15-25

The live stream of the service is here. We will start streaming at 10.25am.

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Love Girlington

Do you live in Girlington? Have a heart for the people of that area? Desire to see God’s Kingdom come in that part of our parish?  If so, you are warmly invited to join a new group meeting each Thursday evening at St Philips Church 7:30pm. We will sing, pray and seek God’s blessing on Girlington. For more information, please speak to Ben.

Where were we born?

Remember when we talked about our journey of life and we did a survey of our places of birth. Well just in case you wanted to know. 53 people logged in, but only 39 put in their city of birth. They are:

Aylesbury – Bamenda, Cameroon – Barrow-in-Furness x2 – Benin City, Nigeria – Blantyre – Bradford x8 – Cairo – Cameroon – Coventry – Derby – Gombe, Nigeria – Harrogate – High Wycombe – Kaduna, Nigeria – Lagos, Nigeria x5 – Leeds – Leicester – Lewisham – Lilongwe, Malawi – London x3 – Multan, Pakistan – Newcastle – Slough – Somerset – Warwick


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! As we mentioned in the APCM it would be a great help 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!

Also don’t forget that if you give on the card machine as long as your gift is £30 or under we can claim 25% back on that too!

Saturday Discipleship Brunch 

This Saturday 1 June at 10.30 – St Paul’s Manningham

8th June – Celebrating 160 year of St Barnabas Church – Afternoon Tea and Service

Summer Dates

16th June – Manningham on Sea – Community fun day in Manningham

6th July – Heaton Gala – Community fun day in Heaton

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