Circuit events in the next few weeks are shown below:

The next Western Dales prayer gathering is at 7:30 p.m. at Low Smithy on Tuesday, January 16th at Low Smithy.

Sunday, January 14th after 11:30:  Shared lunch at New Street with Revd Cyril Ashton.  All welcome.

Monday, January 15th at 7:30 p.m.  Guild at Sedbergh with David Lawson of Westhouse.

Sunday, January 21st at 10:30 a.m.  Covenant service at Sedbergh with Richard Teal.

Sunday, January 21st at 4 p.m.  Messy Church at Sedbergh: "Jesus the boy." Food is spag bol followed by fruit crumble.
Thursday, January 25th at 2:30 p.m.  CAMEO at Sedbergh: "The Canadian Landscape" with Chris Bland of Orton.

Sunday, February 4th at 10:30 a.m.  People's Hall service with Chris Fawctt.
 
 ..... for a full list of events in the next few months, click here   >>>>>>>     (please e-mail any missing events to David@Garsdale.info)


Hymn Books in use at each chapel:  click here: >>>>>>>

The Sedbergh Circuit Plan can be viewed as a web-page:  >>>>>
 or downloaded ...                                                                                                       
 as an Excel file by clicking here:
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  or as a PDF file by clicking here:
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   or as a scan (JPEG picture):                   >>>>>
                   
 These files are not password protected, but only the main plan is included, not any confidential information (see below).
   
The Sedbergh Circuit Prayer Circle can be viewed:   >>>>>
    or downloaded:
 as a WORD file by clicking here:   >>>>>
or as a text file by clicking here:  
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or as a PDF file by clicking here: 
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or as a scan (JPEG picture):              >>>>>

The Sedbergh Western Dales Mission Community Prayer List  can be viewed  >>>>>
    or
downloaded
as a WORD file by clicking here:   >>>>>
or as a text file by clicking here:    >>>>>
or as a PDF file by clicking here:    >>>>>
or as a scan (JPEG picture):             >>>>>


The Sedbergh Circuit Directory (2018) contains confidential information,
so is available only as a password-protected Microsoft WORD file.
                                     click to download:  
>>>>>>>
  The password can be obtained by ringing David, or by e-mail:  e-mail address or I can e-mail an unprotected copy to you.
    It is a historical name and date, but you are unlikely to guess it!