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Christmas Fayre

Thank you to everyone who supported the Christmas Fayre today! It was an amazing morning with lots of good cheer, lucky shoppers, delicious food and happy Christmas music. Many thanks too to everyone who worked so tirelessly to make today a success!    

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Musings from The Manse – December 2018

In 2014 I wrote an article for the church newsletter reflecting on the various emails I receive that advertised Christian courses or books or new resources and each year as autumn comes the Christmas emails come. This has not changed and there are so many resources out there and to be honest I look forward […]

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Monday Fellowship

Our only meeting in December is on Monday 10that 10:30am when we have our own Carol Service. If you would like to join us, you are more than welcome. Afterwards, we will share a light lunch. In January, we are going out for lunch. This will be a first for us, as we usually have […]

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In-church Christmas cards

Our post box for In House cards will be in place on Sundays December 2nd, 9th, & 16th, and will be ready to collect through Sunday 23rd.  Or, if you wish you could just send one to the whole church, and they will be on display for all to read. The choice is yours. Whilst you […]

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Christmas Donations to Harrogate Food Bank

With great joy, Norma and I delivered special Christmas items for the Harrogate Food Bank in November, just in time for the holidays. The generosity of Quiz Night goers helped to buy £243 of special extras at Christmas time (luxury bath products, tinned ham, sweets, chocolates, biscuits, Christmas puddings and more) for individuals and families […]

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Commitment for Life Prayer – December

We believe in the unity of the body of Christ, That we are all part of the body of Christ. We believe in the equality and dignity of all men and women, And accept each other as equal partners in the body of Christ. We believe that when one member of the body suffers, We […]

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A Burning Bush

A few days before Remembrance Sunday as, I was walking by the church in beautiful sunlight, I was struck by the sheer beauty of the bush in front of the church – it really looked as if it was on fire! There was no audible voice but a distinctly awe-inspiring feeling of being on Holy […]

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Sew-Cial – Super word! What is it?

5 November: chilly, misty rather murky morning with a smell of damp squibs in the air.  Not too many people about.  But around 10:30am enter the beautifully refurbished Bilton Grange United Reformed Church and you will find a very warm welcome indeed. The lights are bright, the heating is on, the tables are laid with […]

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Christmas Fayre

This year’s Christmas Fayre will be held on Saturday, 24th November at 11:00am There will be many stalls available for a browse: Cakes – Books – Fancy Goods & Jewellery – Christmas Stall- Bric-a-Brac – Tombola – Raffle – Toys – Light Lunches All proceeds will go towards church funds, including our new renovation project. […]

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Poppies

An array of hand-knitted poppies bloomed at the entrance of Bilton Grange Church on Sunday. Hand-sewn by church member Heather Poole, the poppies are displayed on a bed of green organza and are a loving tribute to those who gave their lives in service to their country. The poppies are available for purchase. Please see […]

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