The coffee money for March and April will be going to “Water Aid”.
EASY FUNDRAISING FOR YOUR ON-LINE PURCHASES
If you register with easyfundraising.org.uk and state cause as Cullingworth St. John the Evangelist we at Church receive a % of what you spend.
PLEASE NOTE – THE SERVICE TIME FOR SUNDAYS HAS CHANGED AND NOW STARTS AT 9:30AM
Wilsden 26th – 31st December
For the fourth year in a row, St. Matthew’s will be hosting a night shelter for the homeless between Christmas and New Year. The project began as part of St. Matthew’s outreach to the community, but from the beginning it has had enormous support from church members in all four villages. This is an excellent example of the way in which the benefice can work together to further our Christian calling to care for others.
The project is labour intensive, with twenty volunteer slots to be filled for each of the five nights. We need cleaners, catering teams for breakfast and dinner, greeting teams for the evenings and especially volunteers to stay and care for our guests overnight.
If you feel able to volunteer for one of these roles, have a look at the rota on the St. Matthew’s website, www.stmatthewswilsden.org.uk and email David Haigh on email@example.com
If you would like more information about the shelter, feel free to ring David on 01535 274225
The night shelter is just one part of Inn Churches’ work to support the homeless and those living on the margins of our society. To learn more about this unique Bradford charity, visit their website at www.innchurches.co.uk
Denholme Shared Church
This benefice course will run on Wednesday evenings at 7pm and Thursday mornings at 10am, for four weeks, starting on 28th and 29th November
Everyone welcome, sign-up sheet in St John’s room, please advise interest by 19th November. For further information contact Chris Wilcock 01535 271176
See the following link for the Cullingworth Safeguarding Policy.
Cullingworth safeguarding policy 2016