St Chad's Woodseats

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Family Film Afternoon: Paddington 2

Our first Family Film Afternoon saw families from Woodseats and further afield brave the snow to enjoy the movie Paddington 2 while eating marmalade sandwiches.

Watch this space to find out when our next film afternoon will take place.

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Light Party

Children from our church, uniformed groups and community became superheroes for the night when they took part in our Light Party on October 31. The event was organised by Chris Carr and a group of willing volunteers and included craft activities, games and a Ninja zone. 

Here are some pictures from the event.

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Confirmation Service

Confirmation service at Millhouses 

On Tuesday May 16, five members of our congregation were confirmed at Holy Trinity Church in Millhouses during a service led by the Rt Rev Peter Burrows, Bishop of Doncaster.


Baptism celebration

Our baptism service on April 30          Our baptism service on April 30 

Four of our young people were baptised at St Chad's in our new baptistry on Sunday April 30. They were joined by family and friends, members of our congregation at St Chad's and people from churches across the area for a service of celebration.


Our reshaped building

Reshaped Chancel                                      Font and Glasswork       

After over a year away from our church building, the St Chad's congregation were able to return to worship on Sunday 5th February.  The chancel and nave have now mostly been completed, with work now underway on the new office and meeting space.

The grand opening service, celebrated in the presence of the Bishop of Doncaster, was held on Sunday 2nd April at 10am.

We now have a brand new kitchen, parish office, meeting rooms and accessible toilets.  The nave and chancel have been altered to ensure that every part is accessible to those with mobility problems and new lighting and artwork has made for a beautiful and dignified worship space.

The Church is now open every day for private prayer and all are welcome to come in and spend time with God.