There is always lots going on in church and you are very welcome to come along and join us. Why not ask for more information...
The church has a fine peal of 8 bells with teams from elsewhere often coming to ring at evenings or weekends. Our team at Thornhill are always on the lookout for new members – no experience necessary! Practice is on Wednesday evenings at 7.30. We ring before the 9.30 service each Sunday, and at special services and weddings by arrangement. For further information contact Gary Rawson 01924 461541 or click here for email The peal of bells installed in the church were commissioned in 1980 you can view the text of the booklet minus picture here. Pictures may be seen in the photographs section of this site.
Buggy Praise Find out more at the Families page
Krafty Kids Find out more on the Families page
We have a Child Protection Policy in Place and the responsible member is Helen Armitage- all people working with children have appropriate DSB checks in place. Kirklees Safeguarding board information here
We have a small robed choir at our 9.30 Eucharist; their singing as the rest of the congregation receives communion being particularly appreciated. New members adults and children are most welcome - choir practice is held on Wednesday evening at 6.15 pm, why not drop in to say hello!
A thriving group within the church - Meets on the second Wednesday of each month - usually in church See the Calendar page for meeting dates.
The Mothers' Union is a Christian organisation with more than three and a half million members worldwide. Though our lives and our experience of the MU may differ widely depending on where we are, we are all joined together by our shared belief in the importance of the family
This is run by Friends of the church and donates all profits to Charity . Open every Wednesday at Thornhill Parish Church from 11.15am - 1pm, Hot meals.sandwiches,puddings and cake, tea and coffee are on sale It provides the opportunity to meet with friends, old and new, in beautiful surroundings. We usually have live Cafe Music provided by Colin Kneen. We look forward to seeing you there.
We are a friendly and informal group who meet twice a month on alternate Tuesday evenings, making a variety of handcrafted items for sale within the church and at local craft fairs. Over the years we have raised significant funds for the church whilst our members enjoy the fellowship and company of the evenings together. Items are also made for needy children in an orphanage in
We are always delighted to have visits from schools and are fortunate in our links with the three schools within the parish boundary, as well as with
We have particularly close links with our
We are also pleased to have close links with Thornhill J&I Academy and Thornhill Community Academies.
We are a Fairtrade church and where possible use appropriate products
Traidcraft is the UK's leading organisation dedicated to fighting poverty through trade. Established in 1979 as a Christian response to poverty, uniquely, we combine a pioneering and successful trading company http://www.traidcraft.co.uk/ offering the widest range of fairly traded products available in the UK, with an innovative development charity specialising in making trade work for the poor
As a church we are trying to become more environmentally aware in terms of recycling, eco-friendly products and energy-saving. We try to raise awareness of our duty of stewardship of God’s world and have even handed out packs to put in your cisterns to save water when you flush!
A beautiful building like this cannot be maintained without a dedicated band of cleaners. We have a rota system of people working in pairs. All cleaning materials are provided and no experience is necessary! We generally clean on Friday mornings, although times may vary according to the use of the building.
12th Dewsbury Brownies 7-10 year old girls. Meeting on Tuesday evenings Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Brownies at the Bazaar
Welcome to Girlguiding UK!
Guiding is a game - with a purpose. It provides opportunities for girls and young women to be challenged by new adventures and experiences and achieve a sense of pride in accomplishment. Guiding also teaches them to understand and learn about the world, its people and cultures
For further information try this link