Welcome to Wesley Chapel

Ministerial Team:

Rev. Lesley Taylor 01423 881116

Rev. Trevor Dixon  07525 35270

Prayer for today


O Lord, you are the beginning of all our goodness, the wellspring of all our loving and the source of all our freedom. Let your grace continually work within us, that your will may be done through us, and that we may always rejoice in your presence; now and for ever. Amen.


Mary Ward (1585-1645)

Wesley Week

Candles and Wood

Sunday 12  December 


Morning worship  


Third  Sunday in Advent

led by Josie Burdon

Cup of Coffee

Tuesdays at 10.30am


Join us at our virutal coffee morning 

Contact  us for a link

Reading Bible

Wesley  Share

Come and join us for Sunday evening


12 December at 6pm

Contact us for details

Reading a Book

Advent Course


Lesley will be running an Advent Course for 4 weeks. The same course will run twice during the week on Mondays from 29th November 2pm at Starbeck in person and on Thursday evenings 7pm on Zoom, beginning 2nd December. Please let Lesley know if you'd like to join, especially for the Thursday session, so she can send you the Zoom link. (01423 881116)


Next meeting of Wesley Guild and Network will be on Thursday 9 December at 2.30pm when we shall celebrate the readon for the season with readings and carols..  

You are assured of a very warm welcome

This will be our last meeting until March, allowing a very short period of hibernation.


Coming soon


Sunday 12 December

Morning Worship online

3rd Sunday in Advent



Notice Board

Wood Pencil and Notebook

MHA Autumn Newsletter

Yarn Shop Collection

Message from Grace

Knitting Request: I’m hoping you can help me spread a little request. I was chatting about craft with one of the hospital chaplains yesterday and saying that I knit breasts for BF supporters. She mentioned that Pannal Ward used to have them but don’t anymore. So I spoke to the Infant Feeding Coordinator at the hospital who tells me they don’t use them because they’ve all gone walkies (probably with student midwives, who will be using them in their kits, or they’ve become damaged etc) I’ve offered to knit some more- but thought it would be lovely as something to do as circuit- Pannal ward will always have need, and she’s also suggested the community team might also love them! I can also attach a crochet pattern if that is easier for people. I use brightly coloured contrasting wool rather than “skin tones” as it makes them much more “approachable”! Any DK wool will be fine, and if you don’t have stuffing I’m happy to accept flat boobs and stuff them here! Do let me know if you can help!


Knitting pattern attached


The Harrogate District Foodbank is always looking for donations of food and other items.  Visit the website to find out how to help.

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We rely heavily on donations to keep our services running. We are in particular need of regular funding from individuals and businesses to help us expand our day centre to offer wider health, wellbeing and skills training services.

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