LINTHWAITE METHODIST CHURCH

Stones Lane, Linthwaite, Huddersfield HD7 5PD

News

What's going on!

This is the place to find out what is happening in our Church. 

The notices are published weekly and are given out as we are welcomed into the Church on Sunday morning.  Keeping us in touch with Services and social events the notices are a 'must read,' along with the Link.

The Link is published 10 times a year - monthly except for July/August and December / January.  In the Link you will find details of Services for the forthcoming month, a Social calendar, reports on Services and other events, Photographs etc.,  Everyone is welcome to submit material for inclusion but the final publishing decision rests with the Editor. Our 'linkmen' deliver the Links to local addresses, and it is also posted to those who unfortunately for them live too far away to receive a personal delivery.  We ask for a £2 annual donation to those who get a paper copy. 

For items to be considered for inclusion in either publications please contact:

Notices:  Mairi MacKay  email: mairi.mackay37@btinternet.com  or phone 01484 852300

Link:  Jennifer Hirst  email: hirst.avondale@btinternet.com  or phone 01484 654288  

 

Notices - current week

 

 

 

The Link - 'monthly' newsletter

 

 

Link - November 2017

Rev Sue wonders if we can do more to protect our environment in this months Link as she invites us to attend evening worship at Lepton Methodist Church on 19th & 26th November and 3rd December @ 6pm when various people will speak on this subject.

 

 

Link - October 2017

"To Autumn" was in Rev Sue's mind when she wrote the leader in this month's Link as she encourages us to 'celebrate this season on mist and mellow fruitfulness, and to celebrate that we have a God who gives a purpose to our lives and hope for the future.

  

 

 

 

Link - September

This month's leader from Rev Sue ponders on what the future holds for us as individuals and our Church.  Check out the articles from Mike Shaw & Ian Baxter as they reflect on local pubs and the Battle of Britain.