St Hilda’s Church in Photographs
On the Spring Bank Holiday weekend, a scarecrow festival was held in Fixby & Cowcliffe. St Hilda’s Church had 2 entries, “St Hilda Ogden” by Colin & Jennifer Moore and Darth Vader – not sure who made that!
We had a film night on Friday 31st January 2020 when we watched “The Keeper”, had pie & peas and raised £389 for church funds – Thank you to all who supported this event.
Our usual “Carols by Candlelight” service was on 15th December – it was great to see the Church full and to listen to the Cowcliffe Community Singers
We held a new Christmas Service on 8th December “Dressing the Christmas Tree” it was well received by those who attended
On 7th December, our annual Christmas Coffee Morning was held – it was well attended and raised £200 for church funds
We held a film night on 22nd November watching “Stan & Ollie” with a pie & peas supper. We had a new screen for the film but now need a new computer so we do not have so many unscheduled breaks! We raised £276 for Church funds.
Stop press – we now have a new computer so WHEN we re commence film nights there should be no technical hitches!!!!
Kathie Ryan returned to entertain us on Saturday 9th November. Dancing commenced on the second song! We raised £704 and a good time was had by all
Please go to our St Hilda’s’ Church Flower Festival page to see the photographs of the weekend and Harvest Service in October 2019
Please note Coffee Mornings are suspended until further notice due to the corona virus situation
A Coffee Morning is held from 10.00am to 11.30am on the first Saturday of each month. Not only does this provide an opportunity for fellowship especially with our friends at Cowcliffe Methodist (who are regular supporters) but the coffee mornings also raise money for the Church. Not to be missed is the Christmas Coffee Morning (1st Saturday in December 10.00am to 12 noon)