Between June 28 and July 2nd Bishop Toby Howarth, the Bishop of Bradford, has spent a week in the Airedale Deanery, meeting clergy and laity, visiting a hospital, a 'pay as you feel' cafe, leading school assemblies, a confirmation and baptism service and much more.
From addressing thousands of scouts, chairing hustings in Bradford, visits to a church day centre and Morrisons headquarters, Bishop Toby reflects from Immanuel College on his week in the Bradford North deanery.
Bishop Toby reflects on his second deanery visit, this time to Keighley from April 19th to April 23rd, including a ride on the footplate of the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.
On the morning of Easter Day, 2015, Bishop Toby meets Christians in north Bradford for a Sunrise service - and looks back over the events of Holy Week in Bradford and the diocese, reflecting on some of the events he has been a part of.
On Good Friday, Bishop Toby joined the Bradford Moor cluster of churches on their Walk of Witness - a three and a half hour walk broken with reflections, worship and meditation at four different churches. This is a short clip near the beginning of the Walk.
Cumberworth First School enjoying their new school hall with a display of birds of prey.
March 1, 2015, baptisms and confirmations at St James' Church, Bolton, Bradford.
A short introduction to a public discussion held at Bradford University on February 26, 2015, between Shaykh Fuad Nahdi, Executive Director of the Radical Middle Way and Founding Editor of Q-News, and the Bishop of Bradford, Rt Revd Toby Howarth which was attended by an audience of University students, lecturers and members of the public. More details in the news report accompanying the discussion here
Ash Wednesday Act of Witness led by senior church leaders through Leeds. Read more about the procession to the Trinity Shopping Centre here