Living a Life of Faith, Energised by Love
The annual event saw budding growers, bakers and artists from our community entered various categories to win certificates.
The show also raised £300 for the Grace Food Bank which supports people in the S8 area of our city.
At our services on Remembrance Sunday, the names of those written on our war memorial were read out and, during our Lifted service, children from St Chad's Kingdom Kids group scattered paper poppies for each of those from the Woodseats area who died in the Great War.
Members of the uniformed groups took part in the packed Lifted service, reading the names, reciting war poetry and praying for our community, nation and world.
Relatives of those who died attended the service, along with people from houses where the soldiers named on our memorial once lived.
Carol Gibson has been researching the names of the soldiers on our war memorial and her findings are available to be read by the war memorial at St Chad's.
St Chad's were delighted to welcome our new curate, James Norris, to Woodseats on 1st July when James was ordained by the Bishop of Sheffield at Sheffield Cathedral. James is standing on the far right of the picture.
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.
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.