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Christmas Gift Appeal

From December 1

Christmas Tree

The Salvation Army's Christmas Present Appeal links generous donors with families who will be struggling to provide what most of us take for granted at Christmas: presents for the children and food for the family.

From December 1, Christmas Trees will be appearing in three locations around the town:

  • Wetherby Methodist Church on Bank Street
  • The Gourmet Café in The Shambles, and
  • Margins Bookshop, on Church Street.

Attached to the trees are gift tags each detailing a gift request suggested by various agencies to meet the specific needs of needy families in the area. People are encouraged to take one (or more!) of the tags, buy the item and bring it (unwrapped, please) to the Gift Service at the Methodist Church at 10am on Sunday, December 8. Alternatively, gifts can be taken to Margins Bookshop (open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am - 2pm) on or before 2pm on Saturday, December 14.

The gifts will then be distributed by the referring agencies to the families, along with gifts of food and other items, in time for Christmas.

Please do all you can to help spread the joy of Christmas where it is most needed. Thank you.

Yorkuleles poster

An evening with Yorkuleles

7.30pm, Friday,December 6 at St Helen’s Church, Bilton in Ainsty, YO26 7NN

Our near neighbours in Bilton in Ainsty invite us to join them for an evening with the York Ukulele Band. Tickets are £5 and include a mince pie and festive beverage, as well as the music.

Tickets are available from Susie (01423 358340) or Joyce (01423 358124).



Click on the image to view/download the poster.

Christmas card

Churches Together Christmas Card

Early December, across Wetherby

We shall once again be distributing Christmas Cards to all the homes in Wetherby, to bring a Christmas message and to offer a warm welcome to the special services being held over the Christmas period in our churches.

And we need help!
The cards need to be delivered to almost 5,000 homes, so, when they appear in your church, please take one or more bags and deliver them. It really doesn't take long to pop them through the letterboxes. You could join with a few friends and then enjoy coffee together, basking in the glow of a job well done, and the gospel delivered to more homes.

Click on the image to download your early copy.

Community Carol Concert

7.30pm, Wednesday, December 18 outside the Town Hall, Wetherby

Organised by the Wetherby business community, this regular feature of the town's Christmas events includes traditional carols accompanied by the Wetherby Silver Band, mince pies and even mulled wine.

Do come along and support this community event.

Carols in Horsefair Centre

10.30am, Christmas Eve, Tuesday, December 24 in the Horsefair Centre

Help us to spread the good news of Christmas by joining in with the carols and readings re-telling the timeless mystery of God's incarnation as a baby in Bethlehem.

This is a Churches Together event, so we want to have lots of church people there to show that the Church is alive and well in the town - and across the world!

Churches Together Community Prayers

9.15am, Wednesday, January 8 in the Quiet Room at Wetherby Methodist Church, Bank Street

These monthly meetings normally take place on the first Wednesday of every month.

This is a great opportunity to meet with other Christians from around the town to pray for our community, and to enjoy a coffee and fellowship afterwards in the coffee lounge, although that's not obligatory, of course.

Check our online Calendar for upcoming events...