DISHARMONY over organ recitals at Penistone's Paramount Cinema may be solved by the Bishop of Wakefield.
Divine intervention has been sought after a year-long dispute led to the suspension of the Thursday lunch- time concerts.
Now, Barnsley West and Penistone MP Mick Clapham has asked for mediation by the bishop, the Rt Rev Stephen Platten.
The bishop's spokesman says he will help if necessary.
The feud centres around the Penistone Cinema Organ Trust and Penistone Town Council.
About 100 mainly elderly people attended the concerts.
Tempers are believed to have originally frayed when an elderly concertgoer exchanged words with a woman councillor over parking.
A complaint about his behaviour was lodged with police and the man was interviewed, but no charges brought.
He was banned for life from the cinema and attempts to get him reinstated failed.
Locks were then changed on the doors and the council and cinema manager said that because of harassment and intimidation of staff and volunteers, recitals had been suspended.
Manager Rob Younger said the organ trust had brought a lot of trouble and women staff said they had been intimidated by a small section of men.
Trust chairman Kevin Grunill is consulting lawyers. But he said the grievances could have been sorted out.
Council clerk Elizabeth Sedgewick said it was seeking legal advice, so it would be inappropriate to involve a third party at this stage.
The town council leases the building from owners Barnsley Council.