Some 30 people enjoyed an Art and Wellbeing workshop at Settle Parish Church, led by stained glass and community artist Linda Baines, and Shaeron Caton-Rose, an installation and printmaking artist.
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Our next Bishop of Ripon, Revd Canon Anna Eltringham enjoyed a packed day meeting people in parishes following the announcement of her new role.
The Revd Canon Anna Eltringham, currently the Team Rector for Oxted, in the Diocese of Southwark, will be the new Bishop of Ripon, Downing Street announced this morning.
Some thousand people gathered at Newcastle Cathedral to celebrate the inauguration of the Right Reverend Dr Helen-Ann Hartley as the 13th Bishop of Newcastle.
A recent pet service in Bellerby gave people the opportunity to celebrate and pray for their pets, past and present.
Hundreds of families poured through the doors of Ripon Cathedral to enjoy this years Spring Food, Home & Garden Fair.
Good Friday was marked by a mini pilgrimage through stunning Dales scenery by walkers from the churches of Gargrave, Coniston Cold and Kirkby Malham.
Hordes of people gathered in Skipton to watch or take part in the town’s Palm Sunday Procession.
Some 300 people of different faiths came together for the first ever community Iftar to held in Barnoldswick in our Ripon Episcopal Area.
Despite the intervention of North Yorkshire snow, some 40 people from 25 parishes attended two heating workshops at Embsay on Saturday, March 18.