DIFFERENT churches came together in Huddersfield to provide a special Christmas Day for more than 80 people.
The Salvation Army Christmas lunch at the Huddersfield Methodist Mission on Lord Street saw carols, music, food, quizzes and games lift the spirits of people who could have been alone at Christmas.
The packed day kicked off with a carol service led by the Rev Alan Boyd and John McDermott.
Then more than 80 guests sat down to turkey and all the trimmings prepared by the Salvation Army's Capt June Huby and other big-hearted volunteers.
After lunch, guests enjoyed a party led by the Rev Malcolm Brown, of Upper Edge Baptist Church, Elland, before settling down to watch the Queen's Speech.
Guests then enjoyed a special Christmas tea and a final carol service led by Capt Ernest Huby and wife June.
Capt Ernest Huby said: "It was an excellent day. Everybody thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
"I'd like to thank everybody who helped out. We had so many volunteers, including 20 drivers. Without them it would have been impossible. Also a big thank you to the Methodist Church and staff at the mission."
Capt Huby thanked the public for their support, which enabled the day to take place.
He also thanked Lindley Infant School, Lindley Junior School, St John's Church at Golcar and also Colne Valley Lions Club for their support.