He is risen!

From the utter desolation of Friday when all seemed lost we have arrived at the joy of the Easter morning when the miracle of miracles happened and the realisation dawns that, despite everything, JESUS IS ALIVE! Lent has been a long journey of reflection, challenge and attempts at self-discipline. Now is a time of celebration….

Southgate Remembers

On Saturday 10th November Church was open during the day for people to come and pay their respects to those from the various Methodist churches in Elland who fought in the 1914-18 War. As well as the book of Remembrance and a poppy display, there was a multimedia tribute and the Remembrance monuments from the…

Southgate Day of Prayer

On Saturday 8th September, Southgate will be holding a day of prayer. Church will be open for prayer from 9am to 5pm. There will be prayer ‘zones’ around the Church with prayer suggestions and prayers will be led each hour by various members of the Church. Please feel welcome to pop in for as much…

Southgate Morning Prayers

Daily Prayers will take place initially, Monday to Wednesday in the choir stalls in Church, (unless otherwise advised on the weekly notices) at 9.00am for 20 minutes or so. If you are unable to be present, please join us in prayer where ever you may be at 9.00am. If it is not convenient at 9.00am…

We’re outside!

For the moment at least – still dry and barbecue going ahead in the car park.

Soup and Sandwich – Friday 27th July

This Friday from 6-8pm is the next Soup and Sandwich event at Church. Despite a few spots of rain today it looks like the weather is going to be very warm again over the next few days. The plan currently is to run as a barbecue in the Church Car Park. However, it is possible…

An anniversary, baptism and a birthday

Today we met for our 2nd barbeque in 3 days – this time to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Revd Colin’s ordination, the Baptism of Olivia Charlotte and the 98th birthday of Irene.

April 1st Easter Sunday

On this Easter Sunday we bring flowers and place them on the cross. We transform the cross of pain and shame into something which speaks of life, and of the beauty of the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.