This Sunday, September 20, there will be a Parish Harvest Service at St Oswald's Church, Arncliffe, at 11am, led by the Archdeacon of Richmond and Craven, the Ven Jonathan Gough. You will also be able to listen to our online service by clicking the link below.
The church communities of Upper Wharfedale and Littondale aim to be open and welcoming to everyone. We extend the hospitality of Jesus to people of all faiths and none whatever your background or identity.
Currently, because of the coronavirus, our church buildings are only open for scheduled services and at set times during the week. We are trying to ensure that they are open for private prayer on Sundays between 9.00am - 1.00pm (if a service is not taking place) and also Wednesdays between 2.00pm - 6.00pm. Whether you are seeking God's presence, looking for information or some help with prayer and worship, we hope that you will discover that God's love is unconditional and within all things.
Keep us, good Lord, Under the shadow of your mercy In this time of uncertainty and distress. Sustain and support the anxious and fearful, And lift up all who are brought low; That we may rejoice in your comfort, Knowing that nothing can separate us from your love In Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Peace to all who enter. God's grace to all who depart
This year we are holding a Parish Harvest Service at St Oswald's Church, Arncliffe, at 11am on Sunday, September 20. We have decided that the beneficiaries of any donations should be Skipton Food Bank and St George's Crypt in Leeds. Any donations of non-perishable food items (such as tinned food) will be taken to Skipton Food Bank. These can be brought to the service at Arncliffe. Please note that unfortunately we cannot accept donations of perishable food items such as fresh vegetables. Any cash donations will be divided equally between Skipton Food Bank and St George's Crypt. Donations can be made by clicking on the button below.