Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, Wigton Moor Church will NOT be open for worship or other activities during July & August. The situation will be reviewed during the second half of August & updated information will be provided at that stage.
COME-IN-CAFE on 22nd February 2020.
Our Come-in-Cafe was very successful and was extremely busy.We had 9 different homemade soups & a selection of homemade cakes & biscuits.It was lovely to see so many people coming to support us and enjoying the food & company.
We raised £364.50p towards our church building fund.Thankyou to all.
Film Afternoon on 2nd February 2020.
For our film afternoon we had 32 people watching a 2019 Disney film ( Lion King) and enjoying popcorn & choc ices in the interval. It was lovely to see so many children including some new faces to our church.
We hope to have another film event again in the future.
Celebrating the festive season at our Community Coffee Stop
So many of our regular customers helped to make the occassion special with afternoon tea, festive music from our pianist and a visit from Santa.We would like to thank Leeds Lions for their kind donation and not forgetting our volunteers dressed as Elves.
Christmas Lights Switch on
The new Christmas Lights on High Ash Drive were switched on for the first time on 1 December. Thanks to Harewood Parish Council and Leeds City Council for their help on this.
The church opened its doors and provided mulled wine, hot chocolate and mince pies, followed by some Christmas Carols.
The event proved to be a resounding success with somewhere between 100-150 members of the local Community in attendance, We would hope to repeat this event in future years.
fundraising Table Top sale
On Saturday 9th November 2019 the church held its first fundraising Table Top sale. It was a huge success, lots of lovely stall holders and many people attending to support us. We raised £519 to our Church Building Fund.
Fundraising Charity Concert
On Thursday 19th September 2019 we had our first concert which was a sell out. Thank you to Alan 'Uke' Harris with the Hot Rhythm & Dynamite Band, comedian Howard Lee & Alwoodley Singers for entertaining us. Also thankyou to the local community for supporting this event and we raised a magnificent £1,130. The proceeds will go to Dementia UK & the church building project.
Church Becoming Dementia Friendly
Recently some Coffee Stop Café volunteers and Elders received some Dementia training from a local facilitator. The facilitator gave us some insightful information, and tips to consider on how to help people with Dementia who may come to church or the Coffee stop Café.