Churches & Services
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Anglican Settle (achurchnearyou.com/church/939/)
Catholic -Settle (www.ssmaryandmichael.co.uk)
Christian Fellowship -Settle (www.settlechristianfellowship.com )
Friends - Settle (www.settlequakers.org.uk)
Methodist - Settle (www.settle-methodists.org.uk)
Methodist - Rathmell
Methodist - Long Preston
Anglican Giggleswick village
Anglican Giggleswick School Chapel
Anglican Langcliffe (www.achurchnearyou.com/
Anglican Long Preston
Anglican Stainforth (www.achurchnearyou.
NISCU (Northern Inter-School Christian Union)
Anley Hall Nursing Home, Townhead
Abbeyfield Retirement Home
Limestone View Retirement Home
Messy Church 3.30pm 3rd Sun of month
Tuesday Coffee Mornings (10am-12pm) at three places:-
1. St John's Methodist Church
2. Fairtrade at The Friends Meeting House
3. Holy Ascension Settle Parish Church - followed by lunch and desert -
12-c1.45pm (Full lunch in summer, light lunch in winter)
Download CTISAD's new and updated:- Ponder as you Wander leaflet (A walk round Settle)
Last updated: 11 April 2018
Click here for More pictures of the Settle Passion Play 2018
and also Leeds Anglican Diocese and Craven Herald Web Sites
Picture of Messy Church visit to Keasden Head Farm in June 2017
Presenting 50 year certificate at Christian Aid Coffee Evening May 2017- See report in Craven Herald
Churches Together in Settle and District 2016 AGM Minutes here.
Churches Together in Settle and District 2015 AGM Minutes here.
Thurs 19th Apr Songs of Praise, 6.30pm: Limestone View (lounge)
Prayer Meeting: To support the many on-going activities in our area; 01729 822311.
7.30 pm Holy Ascension Church, Settle
Barn Dance: Friday 20 April Ticket price £7.50/£1 child. The time was kept at 7 – 10.30pm in the Catholic Hall, with Bill Johnson as our caller.
Christian Aid Week, 13-19 May This will be supported as usual, with door to door & street collections. The Coffee Evening will be held at the earlier time of 6-7.30pm on Wednesday, 16th May.
16 May - Talk by Paul Rogers at 7:30pm in St Mary and St Michael Parish Hall. Prof Paul Rogers, Peace Studies, Bradford University “Is a more Peaceful World Possible?”