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

Day of Prayer

25th OCTOBER 2014.   You are invited to share…                                                            ..EXPERIENCES  OF  PRAYER THROUGH..




Organised by Crofters Spirituality Group


SCARBOROUGH. YO11 1TS [opposite the Railway Station]

Arrive 9.30 for 10am {last session ends 3.30pm.}


Session 1[10.00-11.30]: Music with Rev.Mike Leigh,


Session 2[11.45-1.15]:Pilgrimage with Rosie Coles and Pat Bennett,



(please bring your own packed lunch, tea/coffee will be provided).


Session 3[2.00-3.30]: Imagination with Sr Cecilia Goodman CJ,

There is no charge for this day but a donation toward running costs would be most welcome. For further information contact:

Diane [01723363002] or Chris [07517134898]







Hope Whitby

Hope Whitby are now mid way through the fifth series of Hope Hubs at Sanders yard cafe on Church Street. Another successful series has seen some talented musicians and insightful talks and this next one on Friday 24th October, will no doubt display the same high standard of entertainment!

To perform some acoustic renditions of popular songs will be Hub regulars Isabel Mastrolonardo and Megan Evans, and then local musician Paul Wheater will follow with a short talk and a performance of some of his own Christian Music.

Sanders Yard offers a relaxed and chilled out atmosphere where this event has really taken off. So why not go along and see what’s on offer to ease you into the weekend.

Hope Hub runs every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month. Doors open at 7.20pm, entry is free and the cafe will also be open for the sale of refreshments.

For more information or to be involved, contact Leigh
or to see what goes on at the Hope Hub, check out our wall at

Film Night at St. Mark’s

Just to let you know that on Tuesday 21st October at 7pm we are having another film night at St Mark’s, Newby.

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

A chronicle of Nelson Mandela’s life journey from his childhood in a rural village through to his inauguration as the first democratically elected president of South Africa.

Please bring your own popcorn (and a cushion!!!) and if you could let others know and encourage them to come along that would be good.

Queen Street Beetle Drive and Tea


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