The circuit prayer letter fo March si available in resources and here
It is never easy to break bad news is it?
So it is with great sadness that I have to tell you that I shall be leaving the North Yorkshire Coast Circuit and my ministry here in Scarborough and Cayton after Easter.
The distance between our home and Kirkbymoorside and my ministry here in Scarborough and Cayton has proved to be unmanageable and become an obstacle in my ministry. I want however to stress that in no way does my departure reflect on you, my congregations and colleagues.
I have been humbled by the offers of hospitality and friendship I have received since I began here in September.
I would like to thank all of you for the affirmation and encouragement you have given me. I have received so much from you in my time amongst you.
We will continue to journey together until Easter when I will return to a part-time post at York hospital. I am not leaving Methodist ministry and will be open to where God leads me.
So I pray God’s blessing on each one of us this day and in the days to come.
On 27th April 2013 the North Yorkshire Coast Circuit will host the York and Hull District Spring Synod at Caedmon School, Airy Hill, Whitby YO21 1QA.
Synod meets from 9.30 am until 4 pm.
This entails an enormous amount of organisation, and as this is a responsibility for the whole of the North Yorkshire Coast Circuit, we would like to give as many people as possible across the circuit the opportunity to use your skills, get involved and if you wish, experience what happens at Synod. This is a chance to work together and make new friends across the Circuit/District.
We are looking for volunteers to Continue reading
In the Methodist Worship Book Service for Ash Wednesday and early Lent we read: “In the name of Christ, therefore, I invite you to observe this holy season of Lent, by prayer, self-denial and charitable giving; by self-examination and repentance; and by reading and meditating on God’s word”
In the North Yorkshire Coast Methodist Circuit you are warmly encouraged to read and meditate on God’s word by using “Lent for everyone – Luke”. Continue reading
The Circuit prayer paper for February is available here
Do you enjoy singing?
Singing for Fun
An adult’s choir meeting every Wednesday
Starting: Wednesday 9th January – 7- 8.30pm
Burniston Chapel School Room (Scarborough)
Songs include music by: Adele, Coldplay and songs from musical theatre.
Everyone welcome, just come along!
Last year just under a 100 men from across the North East gathered in Scarborough for a day of worship, teaching and encouragement. Speakers from New Wine, CVM and Street Angels encouraged and challenged those men to go out and make a difference for Jesus. This year CVM and New Wine are doing it again. The North East Men’s day is back! ON 9TH FEB As part of CVM’s national tour we will be looking at cracking the code with help and support from our friends at New Wine. Come and join us! Continue reading
Coffee Morning at Scalby Methodist Church
Saturday 2nd February 10am-12noon
In support of Barrowcliff Community Choir
Cake Stall & Fairtrade Stall
St Mary’s Parish House, Castle Road, Scarborough
£7 adults; £3 children. Light buffet included.
This is a fund-raising concert on behalf of the Rainbow Centre, featuring Hackness Ladies’ Choir, conductor Ralph Earwicker, accompanist Frank James, and friends accompanied by Hugh Penny. Do join us for what will be a great evening.
Riding Lights Theatre Company 2013 Tour
“a Different Drum” – small stories to change a troubled world.
Friday February 1st 7.30pm at Westborough Methodist Church.
Box Office 01723 362400/ 01904 613000
The 1998 production of a different drum toured throughout the UK, France, Sweden and Spain to overwhelming critical acclaim. For 2013, Riding Lights is recreating the show with new stories of remarkable love and radical action. A different drum is an evening of memorable and thought-provoking entertainment.