The Parish Church of Saint Paul, Manningham

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The Parish of Manningham was formed in 1984, being the amalgamation of the former parishes of St Mary Magdelene’s with St Michael and All Angels, St Paul’s with St Jude’s and St Luke’s.  A team ministry was also established at that time, comprising a rector and two team vicars.  Shortly after this the redundant church of St Luke’s was sold to the Church of the God of Prophesy. St Paul’s and St Mary Magdelene’s remained as the two Parish Churches until 2005 when St Mary Magdelene’s was also closed.

St Paul's Church has been re-ordered three times, with the last occasion leaving the original nave as the body of the worship area and the Chancel as the Lady Chapel.  The North and South aisles are sectioned off to form one large hall on the south and two meeting rooms and a kitchen on the north.  The lavatories were built on the north side during earlier alterations.  The baptistery and narthex are at the West end of the church.

We at St Paul's Church Manningham are committed to communicate the love of Jesus through our worship and to witness to our christian Faith by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ Through friendship with and service to all our neighbour.

We worship the Lord, Love our neighbours and honour each other

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The Revd Canon Alistair Helm
St Paul's Church Parish Office
63 St Paul's Road
Manningham
Bradford, BD8 7LS
(01274) 482495 (Vicar)

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Sunday

Eucharist
A short Holy Communion service followed by breakfast
Every first Sunday at 9:00 AM
Family Friendly Refreshments Common Worship
Breakfast Church
Breakfast Church is an informal family service of music, prayers and activities in the meeting room.
Every first Sunday at 10:00 AM
Family Friendly Refreshments
Eucharist
We meet for an hour and half service of Holy Communion which includes songs, prayers and readings.
Every second third fourth fifth and last Sunday at 10:30 AM
Family Friendly Sunday School Refreshments Common Worship

Thursday

Eucharist
A short service in which we remember Jesus' Last Supper by sharing bread and wine in Holy Communion followed by cake and discussions after the servcie
Every Thursday at 10:00 AM
Refreshments Book of Common Prayer

Features

Toilets

Wheelchair accessible toilets

(Hymn Books / Orders of Service etc.)
Stained Glass
Hall for Hire You will find that our rates are very reasonable when compared with similar facilities in the area. We welcome enquires from people who require a room for a single event, or for long term hire. Charges are normally per hour or per session.A session is: Morning: 9am to 1pm Afternoon: 2pm to 5pm Evening: 6pm to 10pm. These are a guide only and we will do everything we can to meet your requirements, especially those involving long-term bookings. Ambler Hall: £20 per hour, £50 per session. Mitton and Hollings Rooms: £15 per hour, £40 per session.If you require all the facilities: £50 per hour, £120 per session.To find out more about how to book our halls, please visit our website.
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Incumbent: The Revd Alistair Thomas HELM
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 6911
Archdeaconry: BRADFORD (461)
Deanery: Inner Bradford (46106)
Benefice: Manningham (46/207)
Parish Legal Name: Manningham (460299 )
CofE Church Info: (646404 4/21)
Short URL: acny.uk/6911/
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This page was last updated on Saturday 3rd December 2016
 
 
 
The Parish Church of Saint Paul : Church Street, Manningham, West Yorkshire, BD8 7LS

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