Welcome to Holy Nativity Church, Mixenden and Illingworth.
Welcome to the parish of Mixenden and Illingworth in North Halifax! We are a friendly Christian community who accept and welcome everyone. We worship predominantly at Holy Nativity Church in Mixenden.
Please have a look around the website and find out more about life here in The Pennines!
Monday Night Prayer PodcastSeptember 27, 2021Check out our regular podcast on Spotify and other platforms.
Friday Night Prayer PodcastOctober 1, 2021Check out our regular podcast on Spotify and other platforms.
Youth GroupOctober 2, 2021 at 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
All Age CommunionOctober 3, 2021 at 10:00 am – 12:00 pmHoly Nativity Church, Sunny Bank Rd, Mixenden, Halifax HX2 8RX, UKSunday morning has the main act of worship in the parish. It is open to everyone from all ages and all walks of life. Whether you are 0 or 100 years old and whether it is your first or 101st time worshipping at Holy Nativity, you are just as welcome. All services are all age…
Beer and HymnsOctober 3, 2021 at 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
In our online worship for the last year, we have recorded a lot of songs. Lord You Hear The Cry is a song we were just starting to sing at Holy Natvitity before the pandemic. Robb and Ruth recently recorded it for online services.
It was wonderful to be able to meet together as a community and celebrate Easter around the fire! After a lent that feels like it has lasted for 57 weeks, we sang Jesus Christ `is Risen Today at the top of our voices! The last 12 months living with Covid 19 have felt like a […]
Today, Holy Nativity shared some hope for the future with the local community as it gave 500 Easter eggs to local children. Revd Robb and the church community organised the eggs for every pupil at Ash Green Primary School. “This past 12 months has been so hard for everyone, none more so than our children” […]
Friends, This third lockdown has been a very difficult time for us all. This week marks a full year of our worship together being online with occasional in person said services when it has been safe to do so. I long for that point where we can meet together and sing the Lord’s song at […]
Today marks a year since the first lockdown on March 23rd 2020. As we reflect on the past year, we remembering all of those who have lost their lives, their family and friends. We also give thanks to the many heroes who have kept us going in the past year. Tonight we will be holding […]