United Parish of Upper Nidderdale

Worship Times and Places

 

 

Worship is the doorstep of heaven:
where the children speak to their Father,

the poor sit at table with their Saviour
and the weak are empowered by God's Spirit.

This is where love and mercy meet,
love and obedience hold hands,
and where love bids us welcome:
for this is the doorstep of heaven.

 

If you are thinking about visiting the United Parish of Upper Nidderdale for the first time, you are especially welcome. Please make yourself known to one the clergy leading worship or the churchwardens.

 

St Cuthbert's, Pateley Bridge

10:30am Family Eucharist - Weekly

popular service with hymns (led by our choir), sermon and prayers. We also have a very popular Sunday School

9:30am Genesis - 1st Sunday of the month (a popular, short service for the young and pre-school aged children)

6:30pm Sunday Evening Slot - 4th Sunday of the month excluding August (a more lively service with a worship band) 

 

St Michael and All Angels, Wilsill

9.00am Holy Communion - 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month
popular service with sermon (sometimes with music but not always as we do not have an organist currently), using the traditional Book of Common Prayer

 

St Mary the Virgin, Ramsgill

9.00am Holy Communion - 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month
popular service with sermon (sometimes with music but not always as we do not have an organist currently), using the traditional Book of Common Prayer 1928 

 

Bewerley Grange Chapel

9.00am Holy Communion - 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month
A popular service with sermon and hymns, using the traditional Book of Common Prayer

 

St Mary's, Greenhow Hill

6:30pm Celtic Eucharist - 1st Sundays of the month
A new service in the Parish based on the Iona Tradition with hymns

 

St Chad's, Middlesmoor

2:30pm Joint Anglican & Methodist worship - 3rd Sundays of the month
A new service that compliments both traditions including hymns and a sermon

Please note that January, February and March 2014 the service will be held at 3pm in the How Stean Gorge Cafe at the slightly later time of 3pm http://www.howstean.co.uk/