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Sunday Services 9am and 10:15am

Weekday services - Friday at 7:30am 

KNIT AND NATTER : Would you like to come and join the knit and natter group? You would be made very welcome at Ella’s home 11, Ashlea Avenue 01484-714991; we meet every Wednesday from 10 am to noon.

HOME GROUP - Study, Prayer, Reflection, Fellowship and Support Meet Mondays 7:30 at Shirleys home 50 Archbell Avenue call 01484-714209 or for more information contact Alan 077560355591

Throughout the summer holidays with children away from school and no free school meals some families will struggle more than ever. The Foodbank is making a special appeal to help them make up bags of food for the children that would normally have
free school meals. It has been suggeste the following would be suitable: meatballs, spaghetti, pasta sauce, tuna, hot dogs, ham, tinned fruit, jellies, rice pudding,custard, also cereals, biscuits and squash.

BACON/SAUSAGE BUTTIES @ THE KELLY’S (8, Healey Wood Gardens HD6 3SQ). Saturday 24th August and Sunday 25th August from 12noon – 3.00pm each day. Donations, please, for resources in Nyakiswa schools in Tanzania

Leader: Martyn Haigh Meet at church 9.30 a.m.
A 7 mile walk based on the villages of Thorner and Bardsey, situated between Leeds and Wetherby.
This is a low level walk following paths and tracks through woods and open countryside.

COMMUNITY LUNCH TUESDAY 3rd September 12:00 in the Hall: Shepherds Pie, Ham, Quiche, Veg. Salad and puds. The lunch will be followed by the Reminiscent Cinema. Details Call Cherry 01484-385080

This year the two charities the beer festival committee have chosen to support are Halifax and Calder Valley MS Group and Alzheimer’s Society Calderdale. Both arebased in the district and established charities supporting our local community.

Permit Parking near Brighouse Station Have you ever been late for the train because you couldn't park your car? Convenient parking at St Johns church car park (200 yards from this station). Reserved parking space. Secure parking with CCTV security.Payments on a weekly rolling contract. Certain Saturdays are negotiable. No overnight parking. For more information regarding availability and pricing contact Alan 


God of Mission who alone brings growth to your Church,
Send your Holy Spirit to give vision to our planning,
Wisdom to our actions, And power to our witness.
Help our Church to grow in numbers,
In spiritual commitment to you,

And in service to our local community,
Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen































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