Notices for 31st March

New PCC

We will hold our Parish APCM on 28th April at St Barnabas Village Hall after our Services.  At this meeting we will vote in our new PCC.  In the next few weeks we will have local congregational meetings to nominate Wardens and PCC members.  Please consider if you’d like to serve us in this way.

 

The Week Ahead

 

Institution and Induction of Rev Chris Chorlton

This will take place this afternoon at St Martin’s Church on 31st March at 3.30pm.  Hope to see you there!

 

Christian Aid Quiz Night Sunday 31st March 7pm
The Peacock Bar, 25 North Parade, Bradford

 

Mothers' Union Monday, 1st April, 2019

We will meet in the Village Hall at 7.45 p.m. when our speaker will be Mr. Colin Wright .  His subject is "Leprosy Past and Present".
Please come and join us.

 

Church of St Chad, Toller Lane

Sung Mass with Licensing, Collation and Installation of The Rev’d Liam Beadle as Priest-in-Charge on Thursday, April 4th 2019 at 7.30 pm

 

 

Further Ahead

“COFFEE, CAKE & CHOCOLATE”

 

St Philips are hosting a Coffee Morning on Saturday 6th April from 10.30am to 12.30pm.  It would be lovely to see you there. Any donations for a Tombola would be very much appreciated

 

Beetle Drive with Supper – Saturday 13th April in the St Barnabas Village Hall, Heaton starting at 5pm. Tickets £5 per adult, children free accompanied by an adult. There will also be a Sing along to songs from the ‘Old Tyme Music Hall’, Tombola and Raffle. Please come and have an evening of fun. Everybody welcome.

 

Easter Egg Raffle – to be drawn Palm Sunday after Church at St Barnabas (14th April). Donations of eggs would be appreciated to any member of the Social Committee.

 

The Bible Course:

Starting Monday evenings, 29th April at St Philips

AND Thursday afternoons, from 2nd May at home of Jenny Griffin

 

Christian Aid Big Brekkie.

will be on Saturday 18th May at St Paul’s Church from 9:30. Lots of lovely food to start your day, and all to support Christian Aid.

Come along and join in we hope to see you there!

 

“The Italian Job”

A fun evening at St Philips, 15th June

More details to follow later

 

Parish Administrator Required

10 hours per week

Do you want to make a difference?

The recently formed Parish of Girlington, Heaton and Manningham is at an exciting stage of development. We have created a new post of Parish Administrator to support and further the ‘one mission’ of our four churches.
We are looking for an energetic and enthusiastic person to take up this key strategic position within our team.
We need someone who will:

  • establish the church office and provide effective administrative support for the parish.
  • be a welcoming first point of contact for people.
  • assist with the smooth running of the weekly services and occasional offices.
  • assist with effective communications such as weekly news sheets, websites and digital platforms.
  • be responsible for the efficient promotion and hiring out of community spaces.

You must have excellent administrative, organisational and communication skills, and an ability to develop relationships with a wide range of people.
For all further details, please download the application pack below.
Please apply using the application form below.
Closing date for applications: noon on April 1st 2019
Interview date: Tuesday April 9th 2019

Downloads: Job DescriptionPerson SpecApplication FormThis Job Ad

Notices 3 March 2019

 Pancake Party – 5th March at St Martin’s 3-5pm.  It is Shrove Tuesday – and that means PANCAKES! Cooking them, talking about them, thinking about them, running with them….. Will we eat them too? Come along to find out!

Mothers Union – Monday, 4th March, 2019

Unfortunately our advertised speaker, Rev. Bryony , is unable to come.  We are very fortunate that Dianne is able to present her talk on “Mary Jones’ World” (the talk she was going to give on the 22nd January which we cancelled due to the weather).  This will be at 2.30p.m.
It would be lovely if as many of you as possible to come along for 2.00pm for our overdue AGM. – this will be very brief!

West Bradford Junctions Improvement Scheme

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, in partnership with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, is looking to make improvements to three junctions, in order to reduce congestion for the benefit of all road users. Collectively the schemes focus on bringing improvements to the A6177 Outer Ring Road to the west of Bradford.   2 Junctions are in our Parish.  Have your say here.

Easter in the Parish


Holy Week

Tuesday 16th April

  • 19.00 Easter Film “Risen” (Cert 15) at St Martin’s Hall.

Maundy Thursday 18th April

  • 18.30 Passover Meal at St Philip’s. Remembering Jesus’ last meal followed by a service
  • Gethsemane Watch until midnight

Good Friday 19th April

  • 12.00 Round the Cross at St Philip’s
  • 14.00 Reflections at the Cross at St Barnabas
  • 14.00 All-Age Service at St Paul’s
  • 19.00 Walk of Witness joining with Churches Together from Little Lane Church near Duckworth Lane to St Paul’s Church for a final act of worship

Easter Sunday

  • 06.30 (a.m.) Easter Day Sunrise Service on Heaton Hill followed by breakfast in Heaton Village Hall
  • 10.00 All-Age Eucharist and Easter Egg Hunt at St Martin’s
  • 10.30 Eucharist and Easter Egg Hunt at St Barnabas
  • 10.30 All-Age Eucharist and Easter Egg Hunt at St Paul’s
  • 10.30 All-Age Eucharist at St Philip’s

Parish News Nov 4th 2018

Parish meeting preparing for INN churches:  Monday November 5th @ St Paul’s at 7.30pm.

1914-1918: 1st World War Centenary

Service of Remembrance –

Come and join us on Friday, 9th November at Heaton Cemetery at 10.40 a.m

The Lord Mayor of Bradford will be attending and we shall be burying a`time capsule`.  Refreshments in the Paprika Lounge afterwards

Evening of Wartime Memories

At St Barnabas Church on Saturday 10th November at 7.00pm.
It will be a fantastic evening with songs led by Christine Gilliver, displays and memorabilia and a Wartime supper.
Tickets are £5  (you can pay on the door).  Please come and bring your friends.

Further Ahead

Prayers for Peace on 11th November 2018 7pm.

Khidmat Centre, Spencer Road, Bradford BD7 2EU More details from Heather 01274 497670

GHMCC at Haworth Road Methodists 7.30pm – November 12th

 U:Nite Sleepover Fri 16th/Sat 17 Nov

with Games & Pizza + Hard Questions, Big Topics at St John’s

Gt Horton. (8pm Fri to 9:30am Sat, cost £2)

Parish Forum 18th November at noon

Following a Bring and Share Lunch St Barnabas Village Hall

This is a new event where we meet together to discuss the vision and direction of our Parish and Mission.  Please make every effort to come.

Pastoral Conversations Level 1

Monday 19th November 2018 7.15pm – 9pm

St. James’, Kirklands Lane Baildon Shipley BD17 6NN

The evening is aimed at helping people to feel more confident about pastoral visiting and will include; some basic theology around pastoral care, basic theory on conducting a good pastoral conversation, and some practical pointers around visiting and setting up a team.

DIY Day at St Martins

On Wednesday 21st November we are planning a DIY/clean up day in the church and hall.

It would be much appreciated if as many of you as possible could join us to do those little jobs that we sometimes can’t find time to do (fixing a lock – tightening a screw etc)

For the next couple of weeks there will be a notice left out for people to fill in what they feel needs doing.

Bacon butties at 10.00am start time and for those who are willing to stay a little longer – soup and sandwich lunch.

Please do join us if you can. (Many hands etc)

Bradford Episcopal Area Forum (BEAF) meeting is taking place on Wednesday 28th November at St John’s Great Horton at 7.30pm with refreshments from 7.  All Welcome

INN churches @ St Paul’s from December 3rd to 10th : we will be hosting up to 12 homeless men (mostly) for an evening meal and then overnight followed by breakfast.

The meeting will include more details, a chance to sign up to help and essential training.  Your help would be much appreciated.

Further details from Joanna

Advent Discipleship Group For all parish members at St Paul’s at

12 noon  December 5th

The Cottage Road cinema in Headingley will be showing the inspiring Christian film I CAN ONLY IMAGINE (PG)

Thursday 6th December at 8.15pm

Parish News 14 October 2018

A Missional Community

This weekend marks the beginning of a new chapter in the life of St Paul’s. Two farsi speaking members of the congregation will move into the vicarage. Together with others they will form the beginning of a praying together, learning together, and reaching out into the community together community.
Please pray for them.
The community NEEDS: – a kingsize bed frame
– two single beds and matresses
– a fridge and freezer
If you are able to provide any of these, or know someone who can please let Sue, Michelle, or Chris know. Thank you. We will inform you of any other needs as they arise.

The Week Ahead

St. Barnabas Mothers Union invites you to a FREE CONCERT by a local Ukelele band at 2.30pm, on Tuesday, 16th October in the Village Hall. Please come and join us it promises to be a fun afternoon.
Tea and cakes will be served.

PCC Meeting 7pm 18th October at St Paul’s

Beetle Drive – 20th October at St Barnabas Church. 5pm onwards.
‘Last Night of the Proms’ to celebrate the winners.
Tickets £5 – Children free (with Adults!)

This Month

Christmas Preparation – already!
At 3.30pm (after school) on Friday 26th October various members of St Paul’s plus friends will be packing shoeboxes at the church. We support Blythswood as we can send a bigger variety of items and to a wider variety of age groups. Boxes are mainly delivered to the poorer parts of Eastern Europe. Any offers of help/support would be appreciated. Blythswood News would give you far more information about the group through whom we send our boxes. Further details from Joanna

Further Ahead

Parish meeting preparing for INN churches: Tuesday November 6th @ St Paul’s at 7.30pm. The meeting will include more details about hosting the homeless at St Paul’s, a chance to sign up to help and essential training. Your help would be much appreciated.

Parish Forum 18th November at noon
Following a Bring and Share Lunch St Barnabas Village Hall
This is a new event where we meet together to discuss the vision and direction of our Parish and Mission. Please make every effort to come.