Tuesday 16th July

10:00am—11:00amPlay & Praise

Songs, stories and playtime for preschool children, their parents and carers.

Friday 19th July

7:30pm—11:00pmSongs & Pies & Peas

A collection of songs selected by members of the community, along with some explanations of why those songs have been chosen.

Once the singing is over, it’s time to head to the Community Centre for pie and peas, and a chance to join our regular Thank God It’s Friday group relaxing with a drink from the bar.

Saturday 20th July

10:00am—12:00pmYoung & Old Over 60s Club

Our young people have a range of activities and entertainment planned in the Community Centre, bringing a whole new slant on entertainment for the elderly!

Food and refreshments will be available along with transport for those that need it – see whitkirkchurch.org.uk/mission for details.

2:00pm—4:00pmFamily & Fun & Games

An action-packed afternoon of activities with food and refreshments in-between.

This event is designed for the whole family with something for everyone, so come along and join in!

6:30pm—9:00pmFilm & Pizza for Everyone

A special showing of The Miracle Maker which will include making your own pizza to eat through the film.

9:00pm—11:30pmFilm & Pizza

A film aimed for the later evening, including DIY pizza making to enjoy through the show.

This event will run into the activities in the church. Don’t worry if you don’t want to join the sleep-over; just like the pizza you can mix and match – it’s your choice.

11:30pm—11:59pmLoud & Quiet

Into the church for a noisy welcome, followed by some quieter reflection and wrapping up the evening with a sleep-over.

Sunday 21st July

8:00am—10:00amBreakfast & The Bible & The Bishop

Come along and kick-start your morning with a delicious breakfast and enjoy some thoughts on a Bible passage with Bishop Paul.

10:00am—11:00amBread & Wine at the Morning Service

A morning service of worship led by the Bishop of Kirkstall.

Throughout the service we’ll be saying prayers for the community.

12:00pm—2:00pmGrilling Burgers & The Bishop

Join us for tea and coffee on the lawn, a free barbecue with all the favourites, a drink at the bar and the chance to grill the Bishop.

No, really. Ask him any question you want – the hotter the better!

Sunday 8th September

10:00am—11:00amPatronal Festival

Patronal Festival Sung Eucharist - The Blessed Virgin Mary.

Friday 13th September

6:00pm—11:30pmTGIF BBQ

TGI Friday is a space away from the working week, a chance to unwind and meet with other people. There is no structure; we have the Main Hall, the Bar, and space for you to simply be. 

Since it's summertime, we thought that we'd mix it up a little and have a BBQ to enjoy the sunshine (fingers crossed..!) at the end of the week.

The Centre will open at 6pm and will close when the last people leave, or at 23:30 when the license runs out. You can come whenever you like and stay as long as you want during this time.

Please feel free to bring games to pass the time, but please be mindful of the inclusive nature of the event.

All are welcome.

Saturday 14th September

Sunday 15th September

6:00pm—7:00pmAnnual Temple Newsam Service

Annual Sung Eucharist in the Long Gallery at Temple Newsam House to commemorate the acquisition in 1922 of Temple Newsam by the City of Leeds.

Refreshments available in the Great Hall after the service.

All welcome.

Friday 4th October

6:00pm—11:00pmThank God It's Friday

A chance to meet together at the end of a busy week to relax in the pub and talk about whatever's on your mind. 

All are welcome - we will be in the side-room (immediately on your left as you enter the pub).

Sunday 6th October

10:00am—11:00amHarvest Festival

Harvest Festival Sung Eucharist.

Saturday 12th October

7:00pm—10:00pmFamily Ceilidh Dance and Faith Supper

'Roots' - live ceilidh band.

Licensed Bar.

Tickets purchased in advance £3 / On the door £5

Tickets available from Tony Bond 0113 2605027.

Free for young people in education.