music @ Christ Church’s first concert of 2016 was a matinee presentation of Viennese music. Band members dressed appropriately for a Viennese concert, and this helped to set the atmosphere. The concert was well-supported; the galleries had to be opened as the downstairs seats filled. A most enjoyable concert.
welcome to Christ Church’s new website. We have introduced a major revision from the old site because the old site was not “mobile-friendly” – it did not display well on many small screens. We hope that this site will be easily readable on all devices. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you find any problems with the … Continue reading “New Website February 2nd 2016”
Looking Ahead to 2016 Where does time go? It was only 18 months ago that we left the Holme Valley to embark on a new adventure in Oxford as I started my training for ordination. Yet, in that time, not only has the scenery changed—trading fine views for fine architecture, but our family scenery has … Continue reading “Steven Harvey writes…”
The annual presentation of the Nativity story, mostly by the Junior Church, but with adults taking part also – a real all-age event in fact – took place on 20th December. There was a large congregation present, and as usual, the children excelled – as indeed did the adults! Thanks to Hayden Minett for the … Continue reading “Nativity Presentation”
Christ Church held its annual bonfire party on the evening of Remembrance Sunday, when the rain stopped just in time for the planned start. A good-sized crowd turned out, hot dogs, baked potatoes and parkin were downed voraciously and an absolutely superb firework display was enjoyed – all before the rain came back!
The British Legion service of Remembrance at Christ Church elicited a full church – all seats taken downstairs with some standing, and the galleries full too. Revd Canon Sean Robertshaw led the service, the music was led by Hepworth Band with Christ Church’s choir. The uniformed services were well represented, and the service was followed … Continue reading “New Mill Remembers”