Concert by the York City Gospel Choir at Queen Street Methodist Church on Saturday December 14th at 2pm. (see poster)
Julie Cook from Westborough Church is doing a Christmas flower demonstration with afternoon tea on Sunday 17th November starts 2pm at St Marys Parish House (Hall next to Rainbow Centre) Auborough Street, all are welcome entry is £5 for WaterAid and Rainbow Centre, organised by the Local WaterAid Group.
Welcome to Wreyfield Drive. If you haven’t had a chance to look around the building yet, there will be time after service – we love giving guided tours!
I want to draw your attention to a couple things about this building, as we consider what is its purpose – in fact what is the purpose of any church, and of the church as a whole in the world.
One thing you may or may not have noticed,but which you certainly passed on your way in here, which ever entrance you used is striking red door mat – one at each of the entrances. Yes – that was part of a colour scheme choice, but I believe is more than that. A red carpet is laid down to welcome an important person, a celebrity. This is a long held tradition, with its roots in ancient culture. The message we want to give here, which the red mat might just underpin, is that every person who steps over the threshold of this building is an important person and a welcome guest, to be treated and respected as someone who is loved by God. Continue reading
Circuit prayer requests for September available here
Friday 4th October – Harvest Supper at 6.30pm followed by
Award Winning Oregon Pianist John Nilsen
in Concert at 7.30 pm as part of his ‘Cross The Mersey 2013 Fall UK Tour’.
no charge for the meal, but donations will be accepted towards a ‘love gift’ for John
Wreyfield Drive Methodist Church is pleased to announce the completion of its development work.
The building will be open to everyone for a look round and for light refreshments on Saturday 28th September 10.00am till 4.00pm. (Soup and sandwich lunch served between 12noon and 1.30pm)
The Circuit service of celebration at 6.30 pm on Sunday 29th September will be an opportunity to say thank you to God, and to all those who have worked hard to make this possible.
District Mission Enabler – York and Hull District (3 Year Fixed Term Role)
The York and Hull District of the Methodist Church are looking to appoint a District Mission Enabler who will work as part of a team to facilitate, encourage and nurture new and existing mission opportunities across the District. The successful applicant will play a pivotal role in identifying and sharing good practice in mission and discipleship and will work closely with Circuits and local churches in developing mission priorities.
A professional qualification in a relevant field (e.g. mission development, community work, consultancy, training) or substantial equivalent experience is essential, as is the ability to think strategically and creatively.
This is a fixed term appointment for three years from the date of appointment. The hours of work are 17.5 hours per week, worked flexibly by arrangement.The salary for the role is £34,000 (pro rata).
The District welcomes applications from both lay and ordained people. If the appointee is an ordained person within the Methodist Church, standard ministerial terms and conditions will apply
For further information or to request an application form, please contact Rob Cooper on 07947533598 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for the role is 23 September 2013 and interviews will be held week commencing 30 September 2013.
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