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Sunday 5th May 2024 – Roots & Routes

You’ll remember we made a recipe book filled with stories for Christmas.  This Sunday we’re going to celebrate this book with a special service combined with meeting the people in the stories and tasting the food! Bishop Toby will join us for this event.

Our service is at 10.30am at St Paul’s Church.  12 noon for the food celebration!

You’ll be able to eat your way around the world in 1 hour after church on Sunday! Food stations include: Taste of Africa, Spice and Rice, British Bites & Persian Delights.

Our reading will be Ruth 1

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



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

Bubble Church

Special Service for young children and their families – 4.30pm this Sunday – St Martin’s Heaton

Annual Church Meeting – APCM

This was last week – if you missed it here is what happened.

Bradford Cathedral’s Ascension Day service – Thursday 9th May 2024 (7pm)

Ascension Day – which takes place 40 days after Easter Sunday – is when the church celebrates the ascension of Jesus Christ into Heaven. Further details can be found on the Bradford Cathedral website or by clicking here

Pentecost – 19th May 2024

On Pentecost Sunday Churches across Bradford are holding a wonderful public act of witness in City Park on 19th May 2024 – in the afternoon.  Please keep it free and more details are coming!

Volunteers Required for An Exciting New Project at Bevan – Health and Wellbeing

 We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who what to volunteer and make a difference with us at Bevan. Are you able to connect with others facing similar challenges or can you share your expertise, experiences, and skills.

 Your Space is a weekly multi-agency drop-in that runs every Wednesday from 9.30am to 12.30 at Bevan.  It’s a service that offers advice and information in a welcoming environment for those people seeking asylum in Bradford. 

We are looking for volunteers from diverse backgrounds to help in the delivery of the drop-ins; individuals who can carry out the following roles:
1.            Administrators – will include welcoming and registering people on arrival and making sure they are in the right place for advice and guidance

2.            Advisors – using your firsthand knowledge of the challenges and barriers faced by those seeking asylum, help individuals understand how to use digital health tools effectively

3.            Translators – Do you speak Arabic, Kurdish, Farsi, Dari, or Pashtu?  Helping to ensure that messages are accurately conveyed. 

4.            Signposting to services – connecting people with the resources they need

For further information please contact:

 Ann Wild – Volunteer and Employability Coordinator – – Mob: 07519 276225

Summer Dates

More information to come – but save the dates!

30th May – Heaton Hub Community Day – Family Fun at Half Term
8th June – Celebrating 160 year of St Barnabas Church – Afternoon Tea and Service
16th June – Manningham on Sea – Community fun day in Manningham
6th July – Heaton Gala – Community fun day in Heaton

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