In conjunction with the Tree of Remembrance in Huddersfield Parish Church – a short simple service this Wednesday evening – 6.30pm.
As warm as the cold winter weather would allow, plenty of people browsed our Huddersfield Parish Church’s Charity Fair. Bacon butties, veg stew and tea aplenty kept the workers and guest happy. The Mayor of Kirklees, Counsellor Paul Kane visited all the stalls and spoke with their representatives and was impressed by the numbers of charities…
Hi, I’m Stacey and I’m the local fundraising manager for Kirklees and Wakefield. Macmillan Cancer Support is one the UK’s biggest charities supporting people affected by cancer. At Macmillan, we know how a cancer diagnosis can affect everything. As well as helping with the medical needs of people affected by cancer, we also provide support…
Michael the church warden stands in the cold and acts as an opening attraction. The Mayor, Councillor Paul Kane arrives and is greeted by the Vicar and speaks with representatives of his charity for the year. Oh Little Town of Bethlehem is sung and the fair begins.
A full listing for the next couple of months at Huddersfield Parish Church.
The Trees of Remembrance full of names and stars. A service of Remembrance at Huddersfield Parish Church on Sunday 4th January at 3pm. All welcome – names for the prayers can be added up to the service.
On the “Impressions from St. Pete’s” there a thought provoking idea linked to the season of Advent in preparation for Christmas. If you have missed the first ten days why not catch up?