Entries by ParishofBaildon

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Holy Week and Easter April 2019

Sun 14th – Palm Sunday 8.30am BCP Communion, St John’s 9.00am Holy Communion, St Hugh’s 10.00am Holy Communion, St John’s: meet at 9.50am Baildon Stocks 10.30am Holy Communion, St James’ 6.00pm Cross of Christ, St John’s Wed 17th – Stations of the Cross – 7.30pm at St John’s Church Thurs 18th – Maundy Thursday 7.30pm Holy […]

CHARITY OF THE MONTH

CHARITY OF THE MONTH – Kiwoko Hospital in Uganda is a 250 bed community hospital affiliated to the Church of Uganda. It serves local people in need of medical care and provides many aspects of preventative medicine to the rural population. Please help us to support this worthwhile cause by donating in the collecting buckets […]

PALM SUNDAY

Sunday 14th April is Palm Sunday and at St John’s we will be meeting at 9.50am at the stocks this year.  We will begin our service there and then walk to Church, waving our branches cut from trees. It is a great way to begin our Palm Sunday service and please remember to bring your branches […]

ADMISSION TO COMMUNION

If your child is in Year 2 or above, would they like to think about doing a short course and then be Admitted to Communion?  As you know, as a Parish, everyone is welcome to receive communion and this short course gives children the opportunity to think through for themselves what it means to take […]

THANK YOU

A big thank you to the many helpers, supporters and those who donated to last Saturday’s Chocolate Coffee morning held on a very wet and windy day at St James’. We collected £405 for The Children’s Society, a very worthy charity.  

TOOLS FOR SELF RELIANCE

Churches Together in Baildon is holding a Coffee Morning to raise money for TFSR at Wesley’s, Newton Way on Saturday 13th April from 10am to 11.30am. DIY and gardening tools are on sale, plus some wooden planters. Refreshments £2. Cake/produce stall. All welcome.

LENT LUNCHES

Join us for Lent Lunches in St John’s Church Hall at 12 noon every Thursday in Lent. You are warmly welcomed to come and enjoy pie and peas, sandwiches and soup at reasonable prices. Proceeds go to the Church Urban Fund.