Community news - Eastmoor

EPIPHANY: At St Andrew’s Church on Sunday at 10.15am the epiphany 2 communion wervice will be led by John Milne, preacher Pam Aveyard, readings taken from Revelations and John will be by Val Clark and prayers for the church, community and world will be by Rev Dawn Ingham. Refreshments will be served after the service.

SIMPLY LEISURE: At St Swithun’s community centre on Monday from 1pm to 3pm, Simply Leisure will have a presentation and exhibition by Faceless. Tony Wade, Faceless’ creative director, will talk about its project Canals Connect. An exhibition of books will be at St Swithun’s Centre on Monday. Tony will also be launching Faceless’ new project Communities in Time at the event. This project will use creative workshops to record and display the histories of the communities of Eastmoor, Portobello, Airedale and Ferry Fryston and Knottingley and is once more funded by Wakefield Council’s creative partners fund. Entrance is £1.50 and includes refreshments that will be served during the meeting.

LITTLE FISHES: At St Andrew’s church on Thursday, January 19, from 9.30am - 11am the Little Fishes group for toddlers, mums and carers will meet. Entrance is £1 per child and includes toast, fruit and a drink.

COMMUNITY CAFE: At St Andrew’s Church on Mondays to Thursdays, from 10am to 2pm the Your Space community cafe is open for light lunches, snacks and homemade produce. Your Space is also available for parties, funeral teas, etc, please inquire at the cafe.

TRINITY COFFEE: The monthly coffee morning at Trinity Methodist Church will take place at 10am tomorrow. There will be a bring and buy and cake stall and all proceeds are for the Oxford Place Children’s Centre in Leeds.

TRINITY SERVICE: The 10.45am service at Trinity on Sunday will be led by David Browning. Coffee will be served afterwards. There will be no evening service at Trinity this week.

JOB CLUB: The Eastmoor Job Club is back open and will be running every Friday from 9am to noon. Job club is a drop in open to anyone looking for work and is free. There will be access to computing, printing and internet facilities as well as support and advice on topics such as CV writing and interview skills. For more information drop into the St Swithun’s Centre, ring Dom on 01924 361212 or visit the website