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In2Out - Changing young lives from the inside to the out


Check our new online Calendar for upcoming events...

Items needed for Wetherby & District Foodbank

The Foodbank is running low on the following items:

  • Rice, pot noodles, meat pies, fish, tomatoes
  • Sponge puddings, custard, rice pudding
  • Fruit juice, squash, milk
  • Deodorant, shampoo
  • Kitchen rolls, toilet rolls, and nappies.

If you are able to help, please take any items to one of the drop off points:

  • Sainsburys Local (Crossley Street, Wetherby)
  • Morrisons (Horsefair, Wetherby)
  • Wetherby Town Hall
  • Wetherby One Stop Shop (Westgate car park).

Thank you very much!

Churches Together Community Prayers

9.15am, Wednesday, September 5 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, although that's not obligatory, of course.

St Gemma's '40 Faces' Exhibition launch

10am - 1pm, Friday, September 7, at Wetherby Town Hall

St Gemma's Hospice is celebrating its 40th Anniversary with a photographic exhibition entitled '40 Faces of St Gemma's Hospice, which will be displayed in various locations across the district.

To mark the opening of the exhibition in Wetherby, there will be a Coffee Morning on Friday September 7. Talks, stalls and refreshments are promised!

The exhibition will remain on show in the Town Hall until Friday, October 5.


(Click on the poster to view or download it. Why not print a few copies to display in your church?)

In2Out - supporting young offenders

In2Out, a charity based on the YOI in Wetherby, stands alongside young people, helping them straighten out their often chaotic lives and avoid reoffending.

Many of these youngsters have had a disadvantaged start in life: the majority have little or no contact with their fathers, and many suffer from learning and mental health issues.

In2Out, which is a community chaplaincy, helps to find suitable participants accommodation, employment and education and, if appropriate, a church. It supports the young people once they are 'outside' through a network of 30 volunteers spread across the north of England.

One important condition is that participants must acknowledge that they need to change and need help to do so. On average only 20% of In2Out's participants re-offend, which compares favourably to the national re-offending rate of 70%.

Please visit In2Out's web site for more information on how you and your church can support this hugely worthwhile and inspiring charity through prayer, volunteering and giving.