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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
This is the time when the churches celebrate our unity in the gospel, our desire to work more closely together, and pray for help to overcome the divisions that remain between us.
We have three activities planned for the week:
The United Service will celebrate (a little belatedly!) the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, and will follow a plan devised by Maltese Christians. It's entitled "Unusual service" and explores ideas around hospitality.
The speaker is Revd Andy Nicholson, Priest-in-charge at St Peter's Church, Thorner, and a Director of Leeds Festival Angels since 2011.
It will also include a short section dealing with the administration of Churches Together. Refreshments will be served at the close of the service.
Do try to get along to this event if you are able.
Wetherby Neigbourhood Development Plan - Referendum
Most of you will have received a - possibly unexpected - voting card for the referendum on our Neighbourhood Plan, which will be held on January 30.
This document has been the subject of much hard work by our town councillors and others, and we now have the opportunity to approve it (or otherwise).
Before you do so, you might want to refresh your memory on what it contains - simply click on this link or the image on the right to view or download the document.
West Yorkshire Churches Together News
The latest (Advent 2019) copy of the Newsletter of West Yorkshire Churches Together is available, and you can read or download it.
There's lots of interesting articles and news, do do have a look - or save it for a post-Christmas treat!
Churches Together Community Prayers
9.15am, Wednesday, February 5 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.