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Wesley Chapel Harrogate

A town centre presence since 1862





Weekly Notices

Church Family







From October to April we meet on alternate Mondays in the Lower Hall, from 2-15pm when we have a cup of tea and time for a chat. The meeting then opens with 10 minutes of devotions.


Worship and prayer

Sharing experience

Collaborative working

Mutual encouragement

Training for discipleship

Social action

Gender justice

World mission

Global vision


2016-2017 Programme

Monday 26 September

Welcome Meeting from our President and Vice-President


Monday 10 October

June Anstey

William and Mary

Monday 24 October

Sue Wood

Parks & Tour de France

Monday 7 November

Raymond Baker

British Bird Song

Monday 21 November

Helen Lunn

Girls Brigade Today

Monday 28 November

Christmas Lunch at Ascot House


Monday 5 December

No Meeting


Monday 19 December

Our Favourite Carols


Monday 9 January

Frank Ellis

Meet the Ramsbottoms

Monday 23 January

Rev. Gillian Robertson


Monday 6 February

Rev. Tim Hurren


Monday 6 March

Annual General Meeting


Monday 3 April

Rev. Christine Gillespie

Holy Communion

Monday 17 April

Easter Monday - No Meeting


Sunday 23 April

Special Women's Day Service: Rev. Christine Gillespie


Monday 24 April

Afternoon Tea


There will be bring and buy stalls on: 10 October, 7 November, 19 December, 23 January, 20 February



Officers for 2015-16

Miss Rosemary Green

Vice President
Mrs Mavis Snowden

Mrs Betty Bratley

Miss Lynne Harvey

Ladies of Network January 2011



MWiB was launched on 1st July 2011, and was formed from two existing women's movements: Women's Network in the Methodist Church (simply known as Network), and the British Unit of the World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women (WFMUCW).  

The Women's Network in the Methodist Church was formed in 1987. It brought together the two women's movements in the Methodist Church at that time, Women's Work and Women's Fellowship.

Women's Work came into being in 1858 as a movement of women supporting training and care for women missionaries, and who raised awareness and money for work overseas.

Women's Fellowship was formed in 1945 out of a concern for the problems created by the Second World War. It focused on welfare issues, fellowship and the training of women for leadership roles. Both these movements developed and had their own places within the life of the Church. Each was respected for the contribution it made. However, as the role of women in society began to change, so women within the church were beginning to question; why have two separate groups of women, when both were looking at the contribution of women in church and society, the theology of home and overseas mission? So, after much consultation and an enormous sense of pride in our past heritage, where the foundations for the future had been well established, Women's Network was born.

Souce: http://www.mwib.org.uk/


See also

Wesley Centre Harrogate | Nidd Valley Methodist Circuit | Leeds Methodist District | The Methodist Church in Britain

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