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Five hundred years ago Martin Luther nailed his 95 articles to the door of his church in Wittenberg. This is considered to be the starting gun for the Reformation. To commemorate the event a special Pastorate service will be held in Northallerton URC at 3.00pm on November 19th.
Come if you possibly can
On Pentecost Sunday, 24th May 2015, LYRA, a vocal ensemble of four choir members from St Petersburg Cathedral visited Keld United Reformed Church for the Swaledale Festival Service. Their voices really filled the Chapel with great depth and harmony. They sang three times during the service to the delight of the congregation of sixty people filling the ground floor of the Chapel.
An ecumenical congregation, it included people from other local churches some of which had closed their own services so that people could attend. Others came from various parts of the country, here to support the Swaledale Festival. Our guests from St Petersburg were not the only international visitors for the service. Among the congregation there were also visitors from California and New Zealand – a truly eclectic congregation joining together for the purpose of worship. The volume in the singing was amazing, as was the atmosphere throughout, and most stayed for further fellowship over light refreshments in Keld Public Hall.
The Swaledale Festival is an annual two-week long festival of Music, Arts and Walking in the Yorkshire Dales. This year it runs until 6th June with a varied programme of concerts and events in different venues in Swaledale and Wensleydale. For information and tickets, visit www.swaledale-festival.org.uk
This is the monthly magazine of the United Reformed Churches in Barnard Castle in Teesdale, and Keld & Low Row in Swaledale, part of the Tees Swale Pastorate. Please take the time to read the magazine to learn more of the life of our churches by clicking on the attachment link(s) below to see the latest edition(s).
The Link is now called The New Link.This is the bi-monthly magazine of the United Reformed Churches in Keld & Low Row in Swaledale, part of the Tees Swale Pastorate. Please take the time to read the magazine to learn more of the life of our churches by clicking on the New Link under News.
There is now, in a wall of the Wellbeing Garden beside the churchyard, a memorial stone to Rev. Gillian Bobbett. She was the minister at Keld and Low Row URC chapels from 1996 to 2004. She died suddenly on 27th October 2010. She was an indefatigable worker who took on many roles within the church and the wider world. She is still sorely missed.