Yom HaShoah - Holocaust Rememberance Day

Wednesday 15th April 2015 at 2pm

Yom HaShoah2015

On April 15, as the world marks Yom HaShoah -Holocaust Remembrance Day, we will be hosting a great global gathering of Believers for “I Will Not Forget.” The sad reality is that most Jewish people believe that Christians hate them. Millions went to their deaths during the Holocaust at the hands of people who claimed to be doing God's work by killing them.


We are going to stand together to say to the world that we support and defend Israel and the Jewish people. We are going to remember the darkness, but we are also going to pledge to be the light! We are going to show God's love to His Chosen People in a way that they have never seen and heard it before...and it is going to make a huge difference.


Thousands of churches all around the world have signed up to be part of “I Will Not Forget.” They will host congregations and small groups who will gather for this prophetic day.

Cross of Christ

PlamCrossGood Friday 3rd April 2015 at 7.00

A devotion for congregation and choir. The selection of music that has moved generations of church-goers continues to inspire today, perfectly contrasted with Bible readings and highlighted by choral anthems. A truly beautiful and expressive service for Good Friday.


Christmas Services 2014


Christmas Eve December 24th:

5.00pm and again at 6.15pm - Carols by Candlelight, a magical start to Christmas itself for families and children. (Wentworth Church)

This year, due to overcrowding last year, there will be TWO services, both exactly the same. Please come to one or other, bearing in mind your children's ages. But please don't ALL come at 5.00!

11.30pm Midnight Communion at HARLEY church (there is no Midnight service at Wentworth).
Christmas Day December 25th:
10.45 Christmas Communion

Sunday December 28th:
10.45 Favorite Carols

The York Waits - Ancient Music for the Festive Season

York WaitsFriday 19th December 2014 at 7.30pm

The YORK WAITS are the foremost performers of medieval music in the country and have performed at Royal and many international events. They will perform a selection of music with a festive flavour, from the medieval period through to the present day.

Christmas Fayre 2014

Mince PieThe Christmas Fayre (formerly St Andrewstide Fair) will be held on Saturday, 29th November 2014 commencing at 2.00pm in Wentworth School.

There will be stalls, cakes, refreshments and  a raffle.

We look forward to seeing you there.


For more details,  please contact Wendy on 01226 745 879

Remembrance Services 2014

Sunday 9th November at 10.45am


Join us for a special Service of Remembrance to recall the sacrifices of servicemen and women in past and present generations as well as to commemerate 100 Years since World War One.


Lest we forget.

Escafeld Chorale - Celebrating Christmas in Words and Music

On Saturday, 6th December 2014 at 7.30 pm Escafeld Chorale invite you to join them in Celebrating Christmas in Words and Music with Mince Pies and Mulled Wine (or Tea or Coffee) at Wentworth Church.

This mixed choir of over fifty people will sing Christmas music, and you will be invited to join in some of the items. The music will  be interspersed with seasonal readings, some of which may be quite funny.

Tickets will be available in mid November by completing the booking form, or from Roy Smalley at the Church. 

Sheffield Chorale (Music Festival 2014)

Saturday 27th September at 7.30 p.m.


[This event forms part of our Music Festival for 2014]


The choir was founded in 1974 by James Kirkwood, head of music at Thornbridge School in Sheffield as the Radio Sheffield Choir and is now a 50 strong mixed choir with a reputation for high quality and an extensive range and repertoire, conducted by Neil Taylor, Director of Music at Sheffield Cathedral. This year in 2014 it is celebrating its 40th Anniversary.


The Radio Sheffield Choir quickly gained a reputation for singing music that the man and woman in the street enjoyed. The choir was featured on Radios 2, 3 and 4, including two very successful performances on the programme, ‘Glamorous Nights’ on Radio 2. In 1984, after ten years of working with Radio Sheffield, the choir changed its name to The Sheffield Chorale, increased its membership through audition, and took on board large choral works with orchestra.


The choir has raised many thousands of pounds for local and national charities through many of its performances, of which its main one, the annual Festival of Lessons and Carols at St. John’s Church, Ranmoor, has always remained a popular and well-attended event.


They will be demonstrating their versatility with a wide range of music, from Palestrina to more contemporary and popular items.

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