Church Council Minutes

The Minutes from the Church Council on 27th March 2019 where circulated through email by Fiona on 2nd April 2019, with an amendment on 6th April 2019. Please let her know if you didn’t receive them.

The Narrow Road

The Riding Lights Theatre Company is pleased to announce a revival of their acclaimed passion play The Narrow Road by Paul Birch, during the season of Lent 2019.

‘Amid the heat and beauty of ancient Palestine, a man stands on a dusty road. An extraordinary journey will take place, retracing the footsteps of Jesus through a world of miracles and madness, violence and liberation. As the Narrow Road is walked, this turbulent world is turned upside down and its inhabitants confronted by an unexpected and surprising vision.

As we walk with these people to the cross and on into the challenge of a life beyond it, The Narrow Road asks each of us to review our understanding of our own faith in relation to that journey. There are pauses in the performance which give opportunities for personal reflection and worship.’

Friday 12thApril, 7.30pm at St James’ Church, Church Street, Wetherby, LS22 6LP

Adults £8 – Under 18’s Free. Pay on the door.

Lent Lectures 2019: Faith in Film

Lent Lectures Poster
Explore Faith through the Movies

Two evenings, at 7.30pm on Monday 18 & 25 March 2019,

both at Wetherby Methodist Church…

Wetherby Methodist Church and St James’ Church presents…

Faith in Film by Stephen Brown

Stephen is an Anglican priest who is also is a teacher, journalist and broadcaster specialising in film studies as a means of understanding ourselves, and our faith, more deeply. He is Church Times Film Correspondent.

The Lent Lectures will explore through movies likeNottingHill and The King’s Speechwhat divides us as people, and what unites us.

The talks have been arranged by St James’ Church & Wetherby Methodist Church.

Everyone is welcome from any church or none.

Refreshmentswill be served