How we confront and deal with modern slavery in Bradford was the topic of a recent event.
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PEOPLE gathered in the centre of Bradford for a multi-faith prayer vigil amid the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict.
A remarkable gathering of 18 young people from different Anglican dioceses in Yorkshire, took centre stage at St. Margaret's Church, Ilkley, in a national public speaking competition.
During October and into November, Bradford Cathedral is hosting an exhibition of Ugandan Asian migration stories, alongside stories from the Windrush Community.
How victims of modern slavery are secretly exploited in our communities was the subject of a recent event, hosted by Wellsprings Together at Bradford’s Fountains Church.
How we can spot and support those affected by modern slavery is the subject of an upcoming workshop.
Bradford Cathedral is hosting a special Pop-up Café for a month, selling a range of hot and cold drinks, cakes and made-to-order food in its beautiful and dry building.
Freewheeling Revd Brian Greenfield of St Paul’s Shipley, will soon pedal off on a 100-mile sponsored bike ride in aid of the church’s Children and Youth Work.
As the crisis in Sudan continues, one of our Bradford area churches is holding a prayer vigil.
Services of joyful celebration have been held at Bradford Cathedral as we ordained this year’s class of new deacons.