Pat will be holding her traidcraft stall on Sunday 26th January after the morning service.
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On Tuesday 21st January it’s the United Together Week of Prayer for Christian Unity service at the Community Church across the road, starting with a bring and share meal at 6.30pm, with the service to start around 7.15pm. All are most welcome to go along.
Please see Barbara or Sophia ASAP to pay your subs.
The next one is on Friday 24th January 7pm-9pm in the church hall.
This is next week, 15th December at 4.00pm.
Please bring family and friends to join with us at this special service.
The communion service on 22nd December will include a nativity play by the children from GLU. Practices will take place during GLU on Sunday 15th December and Thursday 19th December after school in church.
Unfortunately Wetherspoons are having building work done and we won’t be able to eat there.
Barlows from Nuncargate are coming to do us some hot roast cobs in the Church Hall. We intend to have salad, etc and also pudding. It’s not too late to come along just have a word with Neil today if you want to join in. Price will be about £7.50 each
Christingles will be prepared in the hall after the meal. Shouldn’t take long as there will be a number of people to help!!!
As part of St Wilfrid’s Wicked Weekend of Seed Scattering on Saturday 16th November at 8.30pm the band The Cactus Room will be performing at St Wilfrid’s Parish Hall. Admission is £3 with all the proceeds going to the Root and Branch Project. Bring your own drink.
On Friday 15th November 2013 at 8.30pm as part of St Wilfrid’s Wicked Weekend of Seed Scattering a short modern mummers play is being presented in the bar of the Duke of Wellington pub. The play is called The Sowers Tale. It is free. You are very welcome to come along and see it and support our friends at St Wilfrid’s.
Seed Scattering Weekend – December 6th – 8th: Bishop Tony will be here over the Kirkby Festival weekend and will be speaking at the Community Carol Service in the Festival Hall on the Sunday afternoon. He will be around for the Christmas Tree Festival on the Friday night too. On Sunday morning we will be having a Family Service and all the people who entered a Christmas Tree will be invited, so it would be great to have everyone here to welcome them. On the Saturday morning there will be a Men’s Breakfast at The Regent and in the evening there will be a Ladies Craft and Pampering Evening in the Church Hall. It would be great if we could invite our friends to come along to these two events and meet Bishop Tony and Lucille