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Talking about the 'e' word

On Thursday March 28, Leeds Diocese are running a special training day at St Peter’s Church, Gildersome called 'Talking about the 'E' Word'. By 'E' word we actually mean evangelism word. For so many in the church today, evangelism can be a scary concept and difficult to apply to our everyday lives. Therefore, this day aims to inspire and equip all involved in evangelism within the church. It will be lead by the Revd Canon Robin Gamble (Bishop's Adviser for Church Growth), Revd Canon Sophie Jelley (Diocese of Durham) and Revd Matt Woodcock (Diocese of York). They will help those attending think about the four basic skills and pieces of ministry involved in this great work: 1. Scattering seeds 2. Personal one to one 3. Running and presenting at evangelistic events 4. Organising an inquirers’ group If you wish to book a place or for more information please contact Robin at robinp.gamble@blueyonder.co.uk

Christmas Jethro Tull Concert

Save the Date and join us for an unforgettable concert ‘The Christmas Jethro Tull’ on Saturday 7 December 2019.

Accompanied by his full band, Ian Anderson will perform live in the cathedral spectacular Christmas themed concert as the rock legend will perform work of Jethro Tull as written and recorded by Ian since 1968. Added to this are reworked classical and traditional pieces from the musical liturgy.

Ripon Cathedral Sponsored Abseil

Descend from 115 feet on the South West Tower of Ripon Cathedral in this unique opportunity to experience rarely seen views over the city of Ripon.

All in aid of Ripon Cathedral Renewed: Supporting the development plans for a 21st Century Yorkshire Cathedral.

Spaces are very limited and due to sell out quickly due to high demand.

You can sign up online for just £22.50 (non-refundable) which includes a fundraising pack,to help you start your sponsorship and a medal on completion.

Carols at Christmas

It is Christmas time again and everyone is busy buying presents, making plans, arranging Christmas dinner, visiting German markets, watching pantomimes and listening to the same classic Christmas songs.  Of course there is another type of Christmas music that speaks a different message. A message of hope, joy and love in the form of a baby called Jesus born in a stable over 2000 years ago. They call them Christmas carols.   In churches and chapels all across Yorkshire the great carols will be sung again this Christmas. Why don't you come and sing along to the great carols at your local church? Find your nearest church or chapel at www.achurchnearyou.com
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