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Wetherby & Collingham
September 29 - October 1
The National Prayer Weekend is an initiative to encourage people to ask their local churches to pray for them and their communities. In these disturbing times, there should be plenty to pray about!
In Wetherby, prayer request cards will be available in Margins, in most churches, and at coffee mornings and other activities for people to write their requests. Then we shall pray, using the cards, at the Sunday morning service on October 1 and thereafter.
Do encourage everyone you know to complete one or more cards (there are plenty!), and maybe even to attend the service.
Prayer changes things!
GSUS Live! comes to Wetherby High School
7.00pm Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, 3/4 October
GSUS Live! is a multi-media classroom housed in a lorry trailer. Its purpose is to provide an exciting and interactive setting for Key Stage 3 (Years 7-10) pupils to explore the themes of fear, rejection and forgiveness through the stories of three teenagers, and to learn what Jesus has to say about these things. (For more information, click here.)
Leeds Faith in Schools has booked the bus to appear at eight schools across the city. It will be at Wetherby High School during the week beginning October 2. Churches Together are about to enter into an agreement to help fund the work at Wetherby High School.
There is an opportunity for people in Wetherby to experience GSUS Live! on the Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. We will also have Schools Workers from LFiS on hand to talk about the work they do and answer your questions. It is open to youth groups, house/small groups, and anyone else who is interested.
Booking is essential. Please contact Chris Bishop (520424, email firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible.
An Evening with Eddie Gray
7.30pm, Friday, September 29 at Wetherby Sports Association
Come and hear the footballing legend! Eddie Gray was one of the most talented players in the Leeds United team in the 60s and 70s, and later became the club's manager.
Proceeds from this event will go towards the travel expenses of the young people from St James and Wetherby Methodist Churches who are taking part in the Nepal Project.
Tickets are £15, or £10 for under-18s, and include a steak pie supper. They can be obtained from:
Praying for the Wetherby & District Foodbank
Wetherby and District Foodbank are looking for people to pray regularly for the charity. If you are interested please contact Claire at email@example.com, or telephone her on 07947 059720.
For more information about the Foodbank, go to the Foodbank web site.
Holy Land Pilgrimage 2018 - update
Very Revd Derek Taylor says, "I am hoping to lead a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 2018. The dates are from Monday, November 26th to Monday, December 3rd.
"The pilgrimage is being organised by McCabe Pilgrimages, a Christian travel company, with whom we have travelled on four of our five visits to Israel and thoroughly recommend them."
If you are interested in joining this pilgrimage, or would like to know more, please contact Derek on 01937 918534 or e-mail him.
Prisons Week Service
6 for 6.30pm, Thursday, October 12 at HMYOI, Wetherby
The guest speaker this year is Chaz Homewood from the Lighthouse in Rotherham, who has a great story to tell.
The Lighthouse offers short-term accommodation, care and support in a structured environment through a dedicated team of staff and volunteers.
Churches Together Community Prayers
9.15am, Wednesday, October 4 in the Quiet Room at Wetherby Methodist Church, Bank Street
These monthly meetings 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.
Spring Harvest comes to... Harrogate!
Harrogate Conference Centre
April 3 - 7, 2018, Harrogate Convention Centre
Yes, Spring Harvest is no longer confined to Butlins-by-the-sea. You will be able to experience all the usual SH activities a mere bus ride from home!
Take a look at the video...
From the Big Start all age worship celebration to the After Hours entertainment, and first-class children's and youth programmes, there's something for everyone.
The theme of the week is 'Only the Brave - Determined Discipleship'. It's based on James' epistle and will explore what it is to live a life of determined discipleship and give a rallying cry to join the everyday adventure that lies ahead. We are discipled to make disciples. We get one chance at this life – let’s live it.
Booking is now open, and there's a generous early-bird discount if you're quick enough:
For more information, visit the Spring Harvest web site.