We exist as part of the Nidd Valley circuit to respond to the gospel of God’s love in Christ by serving our neighbours in the community, here at Harlow Hill and in the wider world, offering fellowship and support to one another.
Contact Details and Address:
Rev Moses John
About our Church
We are a worshipping community of Christians whose aim, along with other churches, is to be a Christian witness in our area. Our worship style is informal and we try to provide a variety of opportunities for all to participate in the life of the church.
We work with the young people of our area through Messy Church, Harlow Youth Praise (HYP), Guides, Brownies and Rainbows who meet on our premises.
As Methodists, we seek to be involved in all aspects of the cultural life of our town and our world. We welcome the increasing use of our premises by community groups and offer a meeting point for fellowship and exploration of issues within and outside church life.
Sunday Service: 10.30 am
Coffee is served after the morning service
Holy Communion once a month
Mens’ Forum – Tuesdays during the Winter months
(October to April)
10.00am to 12noon – Guest Speakers
Fellowship Group – Meets once a month on a Tuesday at 2.00pm, but weekly during Lent and Advent. For further information contact Brian on firstname.lastname@example.org
Messy Church – Come and join us on the first Saturday of every month from 4:00pm – 5:30pm. A chance for families, and all ages, to have fun, explore and enjoy a meal. Messy fun, arts & crafts, songs and a free meal! For further information contact Charlotte on email@example.com.
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