CHILDREN’S SWEET FACTORY SUMMER CLUB

Thank you everyone who came to join in and to help out and made our Summer Club such a huge success. News of next year’s club should pop up in the Spring. THANK YOU EVERYONE!!!

Christmas Fair, Saturday 18th November 2017‬

Christmas Fair at Woodlands on Saturday 18th November 2017, 10am-3pm. Where you can find stalls of cakes, preserves, sweets, bric-a-brac, toiletries, books, handicrafts, second hand toys, stationery, tombola. Refreshments available and also a visit from Santa. Admission 50p. We look forward to seeing you there.

Easter Garden Festival 14–18 April

Come and see a fantastic display of gardens depicting the Easter story! FREE ENTRY, REFRESHMENTS, MUSIC Call Richard to garden a garden tray: 01423888720 Woodlands Methodist Church is holding an Easter Garden Festival and invites you to take part. We will supply the tray which will be the maximum size of each display and feel free to be as inventive as […]

Church with choices 5th February

Our service on 5th February was built from three different activities and groups based on Luke 5: 1-11. Here are three reflections this wonderful service. A Bible Study… The morning service on 5th February was different from our usual First Sunday service, called “Church with Choices”, we were invited to join one of three groups,   Drama, Bible […]

Web construction update

Our Church Council gave the green light on Wednesday to advertise and develop our web pages further. Thank you everyone involved, especially the wonderful folk who contributed wonderful writing and images to give us such and amazing “initial prototype” of these pages. We’ll now be registering a short(er) URL (web address) and getting ready to […]

Nidd Valley Games

Nidd Valley Games 2014 for families & under 11s Children’s races, parent races, bring & share picnic, open air service. Sunday 20th July, 15:00 – 17:00, Richard Taylor Primary School, Bilton Lane, Harrogate, HG1 3DT. Children need parents/carers to accompany them. Please try to book at least 2 weeks in advance through Matt Lunn.