We look forward to welcoming our new Superintendent Rev Graham Morgan and Rev Emma Morgan to our circuit on Sunday 6th September at Scarborough Fair Collection at the Flower of May Holiday Park, Lebberston Cliff YO11 3NU. There is ample parking.
The Museum facilities at the Fair collection are available to all from 4.00 pm to enjoy, including free rides on the magnificent Galloping Horses Vintage Fairground ride, cakes will be provided and drinks and other snacks are available to purchase from the Snack Bar.
Mike Lester will entertain on the Wurlitzer organ between 5.00 pm and 5.30 pm in the ball room where the service will be held, and the Music Group will lead singing from 5.40 pm.
Please note that the welcome service starts at 6.00 pm and this gives us all an opportunity to commit to work together alongside Graham and Emma. Rev Stephen Burgess, Chair of the York and Hull District will preach and preside at this part of the service.
We are expecting a number of guests at this very special occasion and look forward to informing them and each other about our circuit via the A1 displays from the churches which will be fixed to the screening that forms a barrier between the formal seating area and the café area at the rear of the ballroom. We look forward to hearing from you and to seeing you on 6th September.
As some of you may have heard, Deacon Pippa is currently unwell and has not been able to move to Scarborough.
It is with great sadness that I confirm that Pippa has been diagnosed with an inoperable cancer and her prognosis is that she has ‘months’ left to live. Consequently she will not be joining us in Scarborough.
I am currently working with the Deputy Warden of the Diaconal Order to ensure that Pippa and Kevin have the full support of the church to help them through this difficult time.
Pippa and her husband Kevin are working their way through this and are currently in good spirits. Please hold them in your prayers and entrust them to God’s keeping each day.
With love and prayers, Graham
Our film nights at St Mark’s continue in September. All films are shown at 7.00 pm in the Church. We are showing those below and details are on the attached poster.
Tuesday 8th September Still Alice
Tuesday 6th October 12 years a Slave
Tuesday 10th November Woman in Gold
We hope to continue the showings in the New Year and will let you know of any dates. If you have suggestions for a film to show please contact Mike.
There is no charge. Any donations will go towards our building fund.
We look forward to seeing you in September, it will be a good film.
Mondays 7.45pm. South Cliff Methodist Church, Filey Road, Scarborough. Tickets £5. Refreshments – Donations to Marie Curie Cancer Care.
August 24th. An Evening with the Ladies
August 31st. Bridlington Beat
2015 Summer Concerts at Seamer
Sat 30th May
Sat 27th June
Hackness Ladies Choir
Sat 25th July
“Mandy” Clayton, Karl Keegan and
“Seamer S.F.F. Choir”
Sat 26th September
Driffield Male Voice Choir
ALL CONCERTS BEGIN AT 7.30pm
ADMISSION £6 includes a buffet supper
ALL PROCEEDS FOR CHAPEL
Missed ECG this year?
Or missed some of the teaching?
Or would like to hear again?
Then please join us to listen to audio recordings of the morning bible studies on Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.
Speaker; Tom Greggs, Professor of Historical and Doctrinal Theology, University of Aberdeen.
Share in discussion. Tea, coffee and biscuits provided. At Burniston Methodist Church
Monday Mornings or Tuesday Evenings Session
8th June 10.00am 9th June 7.30pm Ephesians 1
15th June 10.00am 16th June 7.30pm Ephesians 2
22nd June 10.00am 23rd June 7.30pm Ephesians 3
29th June 10.00am 30th June 7.30pm Ephesians 4
Queries: contact Clare Tel: 870257