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    The September 2016 edition of
    the 'Methodist Post'
    is now available.

    Please follow this link


    the connexion
    is your magazine
    about the life and work
    of your Methodist Church.


    Published three times a year,
    the connexion is full of stories about the work of Methodist churches, groups and people both in the UK and around the world.

    Sign up for your copy here


    Saturday morning 'Drop-In'
    is taking place
    in the Village Hall Cafe
    during our building work.

     

     

    Welcome to our website
    please feel free to stay awhile and look around


     

    Highlights the Methodist Conference - July 2016


     

    Our building enhancement project is moving on apace...

    Please follow this link for our latest update

     


    Please join us for worship . . .

    Sunday 25 September 
    10.30am: Harvest Festival Service in the Lantern Room, Village Hall, led by Revd Steve Jakeman

    Wednesday 28 September 
    3.30pm: Messy Church in main Village Hall

    Sunday 2 October
    10.30am: Morning worship in the Lantern Room, Village Hall, led by Revd Steve Barlow

    6.00pm: United Service with Holy Communion at Wetherby Methodist Church led by Revd Steve Jakeman

    Sunday 9 October
    10.30am: Morning Worship with Holy Communion in the Lantern Room, Village Hall led by Revd Steve Jakeman


    Please check the weekly notices, (on the link below)
    which will list the location of all activities
    whilst our building work is taking place.

     

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