A drama group will be joined by cast members spanning five decades to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Members of Ebenezer Methodist Church, past and present, will gather at the Hanging Heaton church on Sunday to celebrate the milestone.
The drama group will lead the Sunday service before a lunch at Roberto’s in Batley.
Founded in May 1963, Ebenezer Methodist Drama Group made its debut with The Time of Their Lives.
Chairwoman Dorothy Cape was involved in the first show and has been with the group ever since.
“My father, Eric Giles, was asked to direct a play and I also was involved as the treasurer,” she said.
“After my father died, I took over the role of chairwoman as the group is very close to my heart.”
The drama group has produced more than 120 shows in five decades, including A Christmas Carol, Oliver and Wind in the Willows.
Originally the group was made up of church members, but it has opened up to anyone in the community.
Mrs Cape said: “We have provided all types of entertainment from murder mysteries to comic pantomimes.
“We have enjoyed each of them in turn, but I was really proud of when we did The Sound of Music in May 2001.
“For a small stage, we managed to put on the show with all the different scenes and it was a great show.”
Mrs Cape said she is looking forward to being reunited with friends she has met through the stage.
She said: “We have had quite a few members of the years, and consequently lost a few members as people have got a lot older.
“It will be good to see people who have moved away as we do not get to see them as much as we would like.”
• See next week’s nostalgia page looking back on Ebenezer Methodist Drama Group’s past shows.