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Tempo FM 'Thought for the Day'
Thursday afternoons at 1.15pm on 107.4FM
Live, phoned-in 'Thoughts' are resuming on Tempo FM, following the studio's re-opening after lockdown.
These are delivered by an enthusiastic group of people from the churches in the area, during John Leetch's 'A Light Lunch' programme, at about 1:15pm, so do please listen if you can.
Some recent recordings from the 'lockdown' era, are available here here.
Bible Trek with the Bible Society
The Bible Society is launching a new series of video journeys around key Biblical sites, led by Dr Andrew Ollerton.
The first of these is an Easter journey around Jerusalem, and is divided into eleven short videos which are being released between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. If you want to see where it all happened, this should be a real help. Other journeys will visit Galilee, Ephesus and other locations - and even show the toilet on which the Apostle Paul sat... probably. Discover the sites where famous Bible events took place, from Hezekiah’s Tunnel to the home town of Jesus. With added historical notes and reflections, experience Bible stories and see why they matter today.
Waste no time, but use the button below to find out more. Bon voyage!
Prayer for the Nation
6:00pm Monday to Friday evenings via Zoom
Following on from the Archbishops' Call to Prayer in November, Revd Janet Cox is hosting 10 minute prayer time on Zoom. every weekday evening at 6:00pm. Anyone who would like to join in is warmly welcome.
Please join the Meeting via this link just before 6:00pm.
Better Wetherby June Newsletter
This month's news from the Better Wetherby group is available to read and/or download. It contains updates to all the work that BW are doing on behalf of our community.
Click on the image left to read or download the newsletter.
Community Care Volunteers
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) response in the Wetherby Ward
One of the encouraging things about the current Covid-19 pandemic is that many people are volunteering their services to help those who are in need.
It is important that this co-ordinated wisely, both to protect those in need and those that volunteer. Our three ward councillors (Cllrs. Alan Lamb, Norma Harrington and Linda Richards) have drawn attention to the dedicated volunteer network that has been established by Leeds City Council.
Please note that volunteers should be healthy and low risk.
There are two tiers of volunteers:
Volunteers who have a current DBS and would be willing to volunteer to carry out non-personal care tasks to assist people with care and support needs. Such tasks might include: shopping, collecting prescriptions, preparing a meal, assistance with laundry, just checking/reassurance by visit or phone call, sitting with someone for a while. This list is not exhaustive. We would support volunteers with training where appropriate and they would be issued with an identification badge.
People looking out for their neighbours who may be in some way or another vulnerable but not in receipt of formal care whether self-funded or state supported. This might be about supporting people who choose to self-isolate. It will also include the deployment of volunteer community leaders to support community cohesion related activities.
If you would like to volunteer, please sign up at www.doinggoodleeds.org.uk.