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Welcome to this week at Illingworth Moor Methodist

Illingworth Moor Methodist Church is now open for worship at 10.30am. The services are also be on Zoom. If you would like to join the services please contact our Centre Manager, Neil Making, by email: [email protected]

 The Cafe is also open from 9am to 1pm Tuesdays to Fridays and you can ring your order in on 07879930492. Sarah will be happy to hear from you. Please support the Cafe At The Moor.
 
Other activities have not yet re-started but we are hoping that some may begin in September. Contact our Centre Manager for further details.
 
To see the Planning for Growth document, click on the “About” link and scroll down.
 
Also, check us out on Facebook.

SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES

10.30 am – 11.30 am

Parade Service 1st Sunday each month

Junior Church included in all Services except Parade Services

SUNDAY EVENING SERVICES

Youth group for years4, 5 & 6 between 5pm and 6pm with Laura and volunteers.

Youth Group for year 7 and upwards between 6.30pm and 8pm with Laura and volunteers

Shop open 11.00am – 3.30pm

Cafe at The Moor 11.00am – 1.30pm for a selection of snacks, light lunches, tea and coffee at reasonable prices.

Boys’ Brigade from 6.15pm age 5 years+ See BB Officers for times of various sections

Cafe at The Moor 11.00am – 1.30pm

Tuesday Fellowship 2.30pm first Tuesday of the month

Walking Netball 6.30pm £3

Activities run by the Illingworth & Bradshaw Local Activities Group (a group that caters for the health and well-being of over 50’s in the area) – see their website www.illingworthandbradshaw.btck.co.uk for up to date details of all their activities which include Keep Fit, Kurling, Line Dancing, Crafty Club, Intermediate and Beginners Pilates and an Art Class.

Prayer Meeting 9am – 9.30am

Shop open 11.00am – 3.30pm

Cafe at The Moor 11.00am – 1.30pm

Activities run by the Illingworth & Bradshaw Local Activities Group (a group that caters for the health and well-being of over 50’s in the area) – see their website www.illingworthandbradshaw.btck.co.uk for up to date details of all their activities which include Keep Fit, Kurling, Line Dancing, Crafty Club, Intermediate and Beginners Pilates and an Art Class.

Girls’ Brigade from 5.30pm age 5 years+ See GB officers for times of varios sections

Hymns & Hers practice 7.30pm – 8.30pm

Man Shed  10.30am – 3pm

Young at Heart Group  2pm

Activities run by the Illingworth & Bradshaw Local Activities Group (a group that caters for the health and well-being of over 50’s in the area) – see their website www.illingworthandbradshaw.btck.co.uk for up to date details of all their activities which include Keep Fit, Kurling, Line Dancing, Crafty Club, Intermediate and Beginners Pilates and an Art Class.

 Shop open 11.00am – 3.30pm

Man Shed  10.30am – 3pm

20/20 VISION SERVICE
11.40am – 12 noon First Friday each month

Cafe at The Moor 11.00am – 1.30pm. Access bus may be available.

See News for any events which may be taking place

We are looking to appoint a part-time Children and Schools Worker.

This is a new post and the person appointed will be required to:
– Have a passion for working with Primary School Children
– Continue and improve existing school assembly and “Open the Book” team work
– Assist in the spiritual development of school children in Boys’ and Girls’ Brigade
– Develop and lead monthly worship for school children
– Work with the Circuit led project in local Primary Schools delivering “well being” programmes
– Identify and make missional contact with new families in the local Community
– Establish volunteer help with delivering the requirements of the post
– Undergo essential ongoing training and deliver/obtain volunteer training
 
The post is funded for three years, working an average of 15 hours per week with some evening and weekend work during school term time.
 
The salary rate is £10.79 per hour.
 
Closing date for applications is 12 noon on 8th September 2021 and interviews will take place during week commencing 20th September 2021.
 
For further information and how to apply, please contact Neil Making at [email protected]
 
A genuine occupational requirement exists for the post-holder to be a practising Christian in sympathy with the beliefs and doctrines of The Methodist Church. The appointment requires an enhanced DBS Disclosure.