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Live Wires Spring 2015 Program

February 2, 2015 Children
Live Wires is an after school club for children in reception to Year 6. Each session begins with toast and a drink and includes activities such as games, football, Wii, table tennis, baking finishing with a bible story and a Christian message. We would love to see your children at 4pm-5:30pm on the following dates: […]
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Back by popular demand Rewind to Christmas returns to the road

December 16, 2014 Children
Following on from our hugely successful home based Rewind to Christmas Cas Stoodley and her team have once again taken the project on the road. Margaret Brownlee’s school in Castleford was our venue. With the addition of the wicked King Herod and a very grand Roman Emperor -Tricia Bainbridge and Graham Brownlee respectively, all our […]
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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

December 10, 2014 Children
If anything brings the best out of MBC’s children’s ministry it’s the lead up to Christmas. That’s the time our Sunday School groups focus in on making some amazing craft, or they sneak out of our morning service for secret nativity rehearsals. It’s also when we hold our Gift Service and when hundreds and hundreds of local […]
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Hope – Light in the darkness

November 17, 2014 Children
It is no surprise to me that the first words that are recorded as “spoken” in the Bible are “Let there be light” – furthermore I am constantly amazed that however small “the light” is it can and does push back the darkness. It was with this in mind that at Moorfun, on Friday from […]
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In the making… a choir of angels

November 17, 2014 Children
If you thought producing a Christmas nativity play was simply a matter of dressing a dozen or so children in dressing gowns and tea towels you would be wrong…  at least with regard to MBC you would. This year’s nativity will take place on Sunday 21st December during our morning service. It’s called No Room […]
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“I am the Light” – Moorfun, MBC 4pm Friday 14th November

November 13, 2014 Children
Everyone is welcome to our fireworks Moorfun on the 14th of November at 4pm. Together, we will be exploring light and specifically Jesus’ words “I am the Light”. Living life to the full isn’t always easy – especially in the darker times – come and join us as we think about the light that shines […]
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Children’s work – Diary dates for events happening in the local area

October 30, 2014 Children
Due to several other events taking place locally we will not be running a Light Party tomorrow.  I will instead be attending the Light Party at Stainbeck Church as advertised here.  The event runs from 12-3pm and adults can stay or leave their children as they wish. I am really looking forward to being there […]
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There’s more fun at Moorfun!

October 16, 2014 Children
A great time was had by all at the last Moorfun on Friday afternoon. Games, learning activities, food, drink, bible stories and much more… A couple of pics should give you a flavour of what went on. We look forward to seeing you at the next Moorfun on Friday 14th November at 4pm! Tweet This […]
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Live Wires programme September 2014

September 18, 2014 Children
We would love to see you at Moortown Baptist church on Fridays at 4pm!  This is what is happening each week this term… Friday 12th September         Moorfun                                                 […]
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Moorfun more than proves itself as an all-age service

September 11, 2014 Children
Last Friday’s Moorfun, the first in our new autumn/winter timetable was wonderful. Advertised as The Armour of God, a Holiday Bible Club reunion, it’s easy to see why some people may still think of Moorfun as a children only event. If you are one of those people, let me tell you you couldn’t be more wrong. […]
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