Why not join the knitters at 10.00 am on Saturday 1st August for a chat while you knit for charity? You might even get a cup of tea or coffee! All welcome.
Monday Fellowship invite you to their Summer Coffee Morning Monday 27th July 10.00 am – 12.00 pm
At the home and garden of Mrs Lillian Gomersall, 23 Hornsey Garth, Wigginton
Cakes, B & B, Bric-a-Brac stalls. Cost £1.00 in aid of ‘The British Heart Foundation’ EVERYONE is welcome!
Monday 3rd August – 9.30 am to 3.30pm – Book now for the holiday club (essential!) – contact Lorraine on 07850631168. Cost £3.00 per child for the day – bring a packed lunch! For all primary aged children. Come and join the fun!
We’re off again from Aroma Coffee Shop on Tuesday 14th July to Whitby and the glorious North York Moors. Tickets £14 from the shop and include a free tea / coffee and cake to be taken at a time of your choice. Leave Aroma at 9.30 am and return by 5.30 pm.
Fine weather guaranteed?
Saturday 11th July at 7.30 pm York BB are running a French restaurant night at Haxby and Wigginton Methodist Church. 3 courses including soft drinks,
£12 per person. Vegetarian / gluten free catered for.
For tickets please see Adele Storr T: 750126 or Colin Shephard
The Circuit Celebration is on Saturday 4th July from 11.00 am to 4.00 pm at Robin Jackson’s farm near Stillington. This will be a great event, and we hope as many people as possible will be able to attend.
Come to the Aroma Coffee Shop at 6.00 pm on Friday 12th June and hear from Christian Aid’s youth intern, Ruth Hindmarsh, about her visit to partners in Ethiopia. Activities and discussion, suitable for all ages. All welcome! More information from Steph Cooper 761605
This 5-session course starting Thursday 4th June and run by York Family Matters at Aroma Coffee Shop looks at how parents can boost their relationship with their teenagers through having a greater understanding of the issues young people face, and ways in which parents can support their teenagers. Total cost £5.00 for all five sessions. Contact : 01904 789214 to book.
It also covers:
- building positive communication
- ways to raise teenagers’ self-esteem
- tools for handling difficult behaviour
- giving our young people increasing responsibility
Hello – My name is Tim. I am studying at Queen’s Foundation in Birmingham. I live in Harrogate. I am married to Pauline and we have four grown up children. My hobbies include motorcycling, cycling, walking and DIY. My passion is encouraging others in faith in Christ. I am looking forward to working, serving and praying with you all in June when I am on placement at Haxby & Wigginton Methodist Church and I pray that we will all learn a lot about God and ourselves through the experience. Tim Simms, Student Minister
An opportunity to have an open conversation about the end of life. This meeting will be at the Aroma Coffee Shop on 21st May at 7.00 pm. Please see ‘Complete Calendar’ for full info!