BURNISTON SINGING FOR FUN GROUP
PRESENT AN EVENING OF VOCAL VARIETY ON
THURSDAY 26TH APRIL AT 7.30 P.M.
in aid of
THE RAINBOW CENTRE, SCARBOROUGH
with a selection of songs from musicals including The Sound of Music & Wicked plus more contemporary music by artists including Adele, Annie Lennox & Florence & the Machine
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!
HIGH STREET, BURNISTON, YO13 OHJ
Admission on the door £4 (£3 usual concessions)
SATURDAY 21ST APRIL 2pm-4pm. FACT-FINDING AFTERNOON at FILEY CHURCH
Learn about how the North Yorkshire Coast Circuit is evolving.
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2nd May 2012 9.30 AM – 4 PM @ Queen Street
This day is open to all associated with the North Yorkshire Coast Circuit who have an interest in pastoral care.
• This is a day of shared learning for lay and ordained people with an interest in responding to the needs of the aging population in general.
• Local demographics for the North Yorkshire Circuit suggest a doubling of the over 80’s age group in the next 10 years. This, along with more tenuous family networks will involve increasing calls for support from the church in collaboration with Voluntary and Statutory services.
• People engaged in this work also need support.
• People are interested in finding out where such support is available and how to access it.
• This day will provide a valuable signposting resource, which will be available afterwards on the circuit website
• There is no cost associated with this day; all speakers have generously given their time. Tea and coffee will be available, please bring your own lunch. Lunchtime can be an opportunity to talk to and learn from each other what challenges are being faced across the new circuit.
• The sessions will be presented by the speakers, there will be the opportunity to ask questions and some interaction will be expected. Continue reading
Scalby Methodist Church (combining with St Laurence’s).
Wednesday 29 Feb for 5 weeks
3-4pm (refreshments follows)
Repeated at 7:15pm (for drinks) for 7.30-8:30pm.
Discussion around a series of short films (14 mins) relating the experiences of people involved in the Crucifixion at the time.
5 WEDNESDAYS starting on 29 Feb at Scalby Methodist Church.
They are open to anyone who would like to attend.
Queen Street Tuesday February 28th for 6 weeks
Coffee served from 10 am until 10.15
Session will begin at approximately 10.15.
Course will be based on a Lent Study entitled “A Passion For Life” which centres on the passion of Jesus in Mark’s Gospel. Everyone is welcome.
Lenten Bible study classes start every Wednesday from 29/2 7pm at church (except 20/3 which is a Tuesday)
The February circuit prayer requests paper is available now in the resources section
ECG (Equipping, Calling, Going) is a national Christian Conference coming to the Spa in April.
For more information, including a 50% of voucher for locals and a video of last year’s event see the information page I’ve created here, or look on the ‘events’ drop-down menu.
This service is a wonderful opportunity to come and worship together as one church in Scarborough, to pray for the church and renew our commitment to work together in the name of Jesus Christ. All are welcome.
Churches Together in Scarborough invite you to:
A United Service during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Sunday 22nd January
St Luke's Church, Stepney Drive, YO12 5DP
A celebration concert in Scarborough on 16th January 2012 to mark the 60th Anniversary of Kathleen Ferrier and Gerald Moore in concert at the Methodist Central Hall, Scarborough January 16th 1952.
The proceeds of this concert will go to three charities – Kathleen Ferrier Cancer Research, MacMillan Cancer Support and St. Catherine’s Hospice, Scarborough.
What is Life? A Concert for Kathleen by Maureen Eastwood
‘The worst fears she had harboured since childhood were now realised’. These were the words that prompted me to make an appointment to see my GP. I had been reading Continue reading
Following on from the small rural churches workshop in November the president of conference, Rev Leo Osborn, will be at Ayton Methodist Church on Friday 13th January to share a meal, to hear the stories of the local small churches, have a time of discussion and to share in worship. (4.30pm – 7.30pm)
The whole event is not limited to those who attended the November workshop and all members of the small churches who would like to meet the president are encouraged to come along and be part of it.
It is also a good opportunity for members of the small churches in the new circuit to get to know each other and learn about each other.