Oct 04

In October we celebrated Harvest by looking at the history of Morley and how God’s work has developed in the town. The theme was based around the former Cross Hall Infant School building, opened in the 1880’s and due to close permanently in November. This building has been the home of the church since our formation in the year 2000. The service was supported by the Morley Elderly Action craft group who knitted scarves to be given to the New Hope project in Leeds who are working with people suffering from addiction to alcohol and drugs. The service was followed by a Harvest supper.

Oct 05

The Harvest Festival concentrated on God’s provision from the ground. Mining artifacts and miners uniforms were borrowed from the National Mining Museum, the service included presentations on the mines of Morley, on the work of the International Miners Mission and retired miner, Jeff Robinson, gave his testamony.

The hall was decorated with a display of garments knitted by members of the Morley Elderly Action Craft Group for distribution by IMM to poor miners families around the world. The serviceĀ  was followed by a miners supper.