Stokesley Bear: November 2017
Sunday 12 November
There will be special acts of Remembrance with time to reflect and remember...
Stokesley Methodist Church worship from 10am joining the Ecumenical Parade to the War Memorial on West Green at 10.45am
Hutton Rudby at 10am there will be a VILLAGE REMEMBRANCE SERVICE in All Saints Church followed by Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial
Seamer will have a remembrance service in the Village Hall at 10.30am
Great Ayton Methodist Church will be joining the service at Great Ayton Parish Church at 10.45am
Saturday 11 November
On Remembrance Day, there will be a service of quiet remembering 10.30am at Easby Methodist Chapel.
We have also been invited to a short service of remembrance 10.45am at Northallerton Methodist Church.
"Lest we forget" Poppy Display
Northallerton are also holding a display of Poppies, in the Chapel, from the 1st November 2017 to 15th November 2017. During this period the Church will be open, daily, from 10am to Noon. At 11am each day there will be a short meditation. Find out more at their website.
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