ADDRESS

Oxford Street

Harrogate

HG1 1PP

Telephone 01423 509917

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Wesley Guild

Wesley Guild Annual Garden Party 2011

 Programme for 2020

Our meetings were planned as follows (2pm start).  However it is unlikely that the April and May meeting will be ahead because of closure of our building due to Covid-19. (The March meeting was a great success).

Do keep checking for further information.

 

Thursday 5 March                     David Wilberforce. A Sankey Singalong. 

Thursday 9 April                        Carol Houseman.   The work of the Harrogate Lions    

Thursday 14 May                       Dr Ian Bagshaw.   Gurkhas                                                   

Sunday 7 June 10.30am            Guild Anniversary Service led by Rev. Tim Simms

                                                        Lunch at Ascot House

Thursday 11 June                       Afternoon Tea/Members afternoon.     Celebrating our 25th                                                                anniversary

Thursday 9 July                           Don Rolls. My Life in Teaching      

Thursday 13 August                  Chris Powell aka Capt. Rummage. Trash to Treasure     

Thursday 10 September           Stephen Caldwell. Living & working at Windsor Castle  

Thursday 8 October                  Life before Harrogate  Members afternoon

Thursday 12 November           Judith Simpson. Life in the Voluntary Sector    

Thursday 3 December             Christmas Lunch with Forward Together followed by Carols

History of the Guild at Wesley Chapel Harrogate

It was announced in 1995 that ‘providing we can ‘get it off the ground’ we hope that we might be able to run a Wesley Guild during the coming winter months’.

It did ‘get off the ground’ and was at first called ‘Thursday Night at Eight’.  However, this proved to be too much of a mouthful and it simply became ‘Guild’.  Originally Guild met in the autumn and winter months.  It became associated to The Wesley Guild, which was initially established by the Methodist Church over 100 years ago when concerns were raised about retaining young people in the Wesleyan Methodist Church.

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