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As has already been announced, Revd Elizabeth Clark will be leaving the Circuit during August to take up a new appointment as National Rural Officer for the Methodist and United Reformed Churches.

From September 2014: – Revd Rosie Coles becomes probationary Presbyter with oversight of Queen Street and Cayton. Revd Peter Cross will become Rosie’s supervisor. Continue reading

Burniston Night of Hope

BURNISTON METHODIST CHURCH

NIGHT OF HOPE PARTY

On  FRIDAY OCTOBER 31ST @ 4-5.30pm

• Animal fancy dress
• Bring a pumpkin to carve
• Fireworks
• Games
• Food

Cost £1 – all proceeds to go to World Vision to help the children in war torn Syria

See www.worldvision.org.uk

Queen Street Beetle Drive and Tea

BEETLE DRIVE AND AFTERNOON TEA AT

Queen Street Central Hall ON

Saturday 1st November 2014

FROM 2.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Tickets £3.00 adults - £1.50 under 10’s

Cake Stall and Raffle

Come and enjoy an afternoon of fun and food

and leave the dark, dreary day outside.

Event organised by Becky Mallen

in Aid of World Challenge

All welcome

Ring 01723 373016

Or 01723 379408 for more details

Street Angels

Invitation to a service to celebrate and pray for the work of Street Angels in Whitby

with Paul Blakey – founder of Street Angels and Christian Nightlife InitiativE

Thursday 13 November

6.30pm

Flowergate United Reformed Church, Whitby join us to give thanks to God and pray for the volunteers and the continuing work of Street Angels in Whitby and around the country

For more information contact Deacon Helen Webster – 01947 602248 – email: Helenweb2@gmail.com or Jean Hobbs – 01947 601408 – email: ianjeanhobbs@yahoo.co.uk

SASH

Open meeting at St James Parish Hall on Tuesday 4th November at 7pm for anyone interested in getting involved in SASH – a charity working together with the public at preventing homelessness in young people.

SASH are also planning a sponsored Sleepout in Scarborough on the night of 6thMarch, in the grounds of St James Church (at the junction of Seamer Road and Valley Road). There are also plans for a fundraising concert in the church that evening, before the Sleepout gets underway. Both events will be raising awareness of youth homelessness locally.

Please come along to the meeting on 4th November and find out how you can be involved: organising, helping, taking part – or just curious to know more!

This is an event for the whole community – all ages, all faiths and no faith.

Coffee Stop Extra at Burniston

COFFEE STOP EXTRA EVENT

 

The coffee stop team are organising a special event on Saturday November 1st at Burniston Methodist Church from 10am until 2pm to raise money to help combat the Ebola Crisis.

Come and sample our delicious homemade cakes and fair trade hot drinks. There will also be a sale of good quality “pre-loved” clothing, unwanted gifts and household items, and high class bric-a-brac.

(This is no ordinary jumble sale!)

Everyone welcome.

Please tell your friends.

All proceeds will go to the Ebola Crisis Appeal through Oxfam to buy medical equipment to help stop the spread of this devastating disease.

Donations of money, extra cakes, clean suitable clothes for men, women and children (if possible on a hanger), gifts, household items and bric-a-brac are urgently needed. (Sorry no electrical items please). Perhaps it is time to look in your wardrobe and cupboards to see if you have good quality items you no longer need! These can be dropped off at church on Friday morning 31st October between 9am and midday or we can collect items if required. Please contact Sally and Chris on 01723882159 for more information or queries.