Sunday 10 December
8.00am, Holy Communion at All Hallows (Order of Service*)
9.15am, Family Service at St Mary Magdalene (Order of Service*)
10.45am, Family Service with Baptism at All Hallows (Order of Service*)
3.00pm, Christingle at All Hallows
4.30pm, Christingle at St Mary Magdalene
*Please use Adobe Reader when printing the order of service, and select the 'booklet' option to produce the standard layout. Better still why not download and view on your tablet or phone.
The final edition of the Village News magazine for 2023 is now available. It covers December - January 2024, with details of community group news, information and activities.
There are articles from regular contributors and some new ones, highlighting the wide range of activities around our villages
In both of our churches you will find a selection of books, which we are gradually building into a library. Whilst they cover a variety of topics, they are, as you might expect, non-fiction and generally looking at Christian topics, or at least topics from a Christian viewpoint. They are free to borrow so have a look and see if some might be of interest.
Pause for Thought
A few weeks ago, my husband and I went into Leeds to spend the evening together. Whilst we were there, we found a shop which sold a lovely dress. I tried it on and it seemed a perfect fit, so I bought the dress, and left clutching my new bag with it in.
After a lovely time at a local restaurant we went home in a taxi. However...
As Christians we have a responsibility to take care of God's creation. One of the greatest threats it faces today is climate change. We need to act as individuals and as churches to address it. The Diocese of Leeds aims to be carbon net zero by 2030 in line with the Church of England and have developed the Saving Creation Strategy. This short video gives an introduction.
Saving Creation - Strategic Action to Combat Climate Change
Our two churches have already made great strides to become Eco churches and we will continue to strive to become net zero in line with our Environment policy.
For help, support & information
Precious Times Resource
Words don’t seem to be able to fully describe just how difficult and challenging the last year has been. I continue to struggle with making sense of what we are living through.
Prayer & worship
Find the time to explore some of these resources and listen to weekly intercessions, lead by Angela and members of our congregation, to help you through this pandemic.
Free dial-in worship
The Archbishop of Canterbury has launched a free national phone line as a simple new way to bring worship and prayer into people’s homes during the coronavirus lockdown.
The church really helps me put life in perspective, particularly when I've had a challenging week.