EVENTS IN FEBRUARY
Sat 3rd - 8.30am, The Men's Breakfast is at Sycamore Hall, Bainbridge, when Bob Matthews will talk about 'Being a Christian in Industry'.
Tues 6th - 10am to noon, Aysgarth Church Coffee Club at Hunter's Close, Carperby
Wed 7th - 10.30am to noon, Church Coffee Club at Park Lane House, Castle Bolton
Fri 9th - 7pm to 9pm, Wensleydale Filling Station in the Village Hall at Newton le Willows (note change of venue). The speaker is Roy Searle from the Northumbria Community.
Sat 10th - 9.30am to 12.30pm, PC Together Day with Archdeacon Bev Mason and Judith Calvert at West Burton village hall. A priority for all PCC members, and also open to anyone who is considering becoming a PCC member.
Thurs 15th - 7pm at St Matthew's Church, Leyburn, a Message from the Movies night. The film will be about a shipwrecked young man and his companion who 'must learn to trust each other if both are to survive'. Admission and the popcorn are free but bring your own drinks.
Wed 21st - 2 to 4pm, Wednesday Club Afternoon Tea in Redmire Village Hall
Sat 24th - 10am to 4pm, Wensley Deanery Vision Day in Newton le Willows Village Hall. For all PCCs and any members of church congregations who are interested in helping to shape the future of Penhill Benefice within Wensley Deanery.
Mon 26th - 11am, Deanery Prayer Meeting at St John the Baptist, Leeming
Mon 26th - 7.30pm, Prayer Fellowship at Gordon Lodge, Redmire
At St Bartholomew's, West Witton, at 2.30pm on Mondays March 5th, 12th and 19th.
EVENTS IN MARCH
Tues 6th - 10am to noon, Aysgarth Drop in for Coffee at Little Cote, West Burton
Wed 7th - 10.30am to noon, Church Coffee Club at Hambleton House, Redmire
Fri 9th - 7pm to 9pm, The Wensleydale Filling Station at Newton le Willows village hall. The speaker is Paul King from the Amazing Grace Church
Mon 19th - 7.30pm, Prayer Fellowship at The Priory, Worton
Sat 31st - 10am to noon, Coffee Morning at the Vicarage in Carperby
Did you know that the Bible is a collection of 66 different books and letters, written over a period of some 1,500 years and completed nearly 2,000 years ago? It is full of wisdom and tells of a God who loves us with an everlasting love. There is much to find out and we hope to do this in a fun way with activities and friendship. If this sounds intriguing please join us at Wensley village hall usually on the fourth Sunday of the month between 9.30am and 11am.
This is a project in the making and we hope all those children who attend will help us with ideas of how these sessions should develop. For instance, any favourite Bible stories you would especially like to hear again, craftwork to illustrate our learning, action songs you could teach us! Any particular biscuits for break time! Clever ideas for a name and a logo for the group. Parents are welcome to stay - refreshments and newspapers will be available to help them while away the time or come and join in too! Further information from the Benefice Office on 01969 663097.
BEATRIX POTTER FLOWER FESTIVAL AT AYSGARTH CHURCH
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PARKING AT ST ANDREW'S
RCP Parking (Church Bank) has kindly agreed to free parking on Sunday mornings only for those who regularly attend St Andrew's. Permits are available from Margaret Ferguson (650685). There is a reduced rate of £1 per car for evening concerts, and there are normally £1 permits available for funerals. For weddings please contact Mrs Ferguson concerning parking.
EVENTS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Thursday Trekkers: for 5-11 year olds at Middleham School during term time on Thursdays 3.15pm to 4.30pm.
JC 24/7: For young people 11-years and over at Leyburn Methodist hall 7pm to 9pm on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month. Facebook: JC Wensleydale
Soul: for young people 16-years and over in St Matthew's church hall at 7pm on the 1st and 3rd Fridays in each month.