Ethiopian celebration in town.
ETHIOPIANS gathered in Huddersfield at the weekend for a special celebration.
Hundreds of people from across the country took part in the service at St Thomas's Church on Manchester Road, Longroyd Bridge Longroyd Bridge is a suburb 1km to the southwest of Huddersfield. The area is composed of industrial and commercial units. There is little housing in the commercial area, though within a few hundred yards are the housing areas of Thornton Lodge and Paddock. .
Members of the Ethiopian Kedanamehret Tewahedo Orthodox Church were presented with a replica Earlier document exchange software from Farallon Communications, Inc. that converted a Windows or Mac document into a proprietary viewing format. The viewer could be distributed separately or embedded within the document itself, turning it into a single-document viewer. of the Ark of the Covenant Ark of the Covenant
In Judaism and Christianity, the ornate, gold-plated wooden chest that in biblical times housed the two tablets of the Law given to Moses by God. The Levites carried the Ark during the Hebrews' wandering in the wilderness. at the event, which ran from early morning until late afternoon on Saturday.
Archbishop of the church for north-west Europe, Aba Entos, presided over the celebration, which is an annual event.
Ethiopian worshippers have held their weekly services in St Thomas's every Sunday from 2pm for the past four years.
Father Leslie Pinfield, parish priest at the Manchester Road church, said: "It has been a great privilege to be able to provide a space for the Ethiopian Orthodox Church to grow and develop.
"They are a group of deeply committed young Christians who have enriched the life of our own Christian community in many ways".
* COMMITTED: Ethiopian Christians gather for the festival at St Thomas's Church, Longroyd Bridge. (PW250212Bchristian-06./ PW250212Bchristian-02)