Reading Resources

Or why not try a booklet called ‘My day by Day’. daily scripture readings and space for reflection.

Lent Overview

Huddersfield Parish Church is resourcing Lent with different styles of study, prayer and action. What will you take on this Lent?

Diocesan Resoures

Lent 2016 – Confident, Growing, Changing: A Vision for our Diocese Confident Christians – Growing Churches – Changing Communities   You can take part in the Diocesan Lent Course by following the link below. West Yorkshire and the Dales Lent Book There is a questionnaire response form to complete if you are able. Questionnaire Further…

Ash Wednesday

On Ash Wednesday there are two services which mark this transition. The service of ‘Ashing’ is an ancient custom where the ashes made from last year’s palm crosses of Palm Sunday are used to mark on the worshiper forehead a smudged cross as a sign and symbol of the penitential season that is beginning. There…

The Bishop of Huddersfield Lenten Talk

The Lenten Series of Wednesday lunchtime talks begin with the New Bishop of Huddersfield, the right Rev’d Jonathan Gibb – St. Peter’s Church 11.30am

Lent 2015 – Prayers in Lent

Each week day at 8.30am – Morning Prayer or 4.00pm – Evening Prayer Why not drop into St. Peter’s and experience a rhythm of prayer. Why not just sit at home and us the link at the bottom right of this page which will take you to the words and readings that will be used…

Lent 2015 – The Vicar’s Hope

That will be something of a theme in this Lenten season at Huddersfield Parish Church.  So often God says, ‘Meet me half way’ or even ‘Glance my way’. It seems to me that if we can look to even inch closer to God, then I’m sure that we will not be let down with the…

Ash Wednesday Observance

Ash Wednesday marks an important turning point in the Christian year; beyond the Christmas season (which doesn’t officially finish until 2nd February) and on towards Holy Week and Easter. On Ash Wednesday there are two services which mark this transition. The service of ‘Ashing’ is an ancient custom where the ashes made from last year’s…