Welcome to our Parish!
Next weekend’s services – September 23rd – 17th after Trinity – Patronal Festival:
BCP Holy Communion 8.00am | Main service at 10.30am – Festival Parish Communion, followed by ‘bring and share’ lunch| Evensong at 6.00pm
“All good gifts around us are sent from heaven above”.
Harvest is a time for three activities: to gather, to celebrate and to give thanks. In our Christian harvest season we gather as a community, we celebrate all the goodness we have received from God, and we give thanks by responding from our own goodness. Abundant goodness comes from God and our thankful response is rightly equally abundant.
The Bible gives a guide about how we might respond to God’s abundant gifts of creation and life. It is to give a “tithe” (10%) of what we harvest (or earn) back to God.
To all who regularly attend St Roberts we challenge you to consider all God’s gifts to you and to respond by considering your financial giving to the church in these terms. Through giving to the church, God’s work can be continued and reach out to more of our community in love and service. Without such giving, St Roberts would no longer exist to do this.
For more information on Planned Giving and our “Bridging the Gap” appeal please see our leaflets in church or on the Giving page
St Robert of Knaresborough, Pannal is one part of a joint benefice with St Michael and All Angels, Beckwithshaw. This website serves the parish of St Robert’s
St Robert’s is a Church of England parish church serving the community of Pannal and Burn Bridge on the southern edge of Harrogate. It has a lively worshipping community with a flourishing Junior Church (usually over 70 children from 0-16), a good choir and a wide range of groups and activities.
St Michael’s is a traditional rural church with a strong bell-ringing community, serving the village of Beckwithshaw and its surrounding area. You will find its website at http://stmichaelsbeckwithshaw.org/
We hope you find what you are looking for on these pages. We would be very pleased to see you, either as a visitor or to join us in worship.
Wanting to get married at St Robert’s? Here is our weddings page
If you need information on holding a funeral at St Robert’s…then you will find our funerals page here
For the outcome of the 2018 Clock Appeal….go to the Appeal page