Cliff Festival 2021

Festival at Home 2021 is taking place from 29 May to 31 May. It will be a digital event due to the ongoing event restrictions. During Festival at Home is unpacking the theme Around the Campfire. This is an opportunity to meet together as the church from across the country and around the world, to worship and pray together and to learn from and be challenged by God’s word and by one another. Over this weekend, it is hoped to enable you to encounter God through worship, fellowship, seminars, games, Bible studies, reflections and more, from the comfort of your own home. It is our prayer that wherever and however you engage with Festival at Home, you might also engage with God. For further details go to: Cliff Festival 2021 Around the Campfire – Cliff College

Christian Aid Sponsored Walk

Christian Aid Sponsored Walk 23rd May 2021. 

This year’s walk will start and finish at Northstead Methodist Church, Givendale Road. We shall meet at 2pm and aim to start at 2.15 to 2.30pm. The route is approx. 4.8 miles. Refreshments will be served at the Beach Chalet “Puffin 6”. For further details and sponsor forms contact Neil Mould, 01723 363316 or

The route will be as follows: We will cross over North Leas Avenue and follow the footpath that runs up the side of St Peters school until it meets the Cinder Track where we turn right and follow it until it reaches Station Road. Turn right and then walk until we meet Burniston Road, turn right. Cross over Burniston Road, at this point you can either take the footpath that takes you down to the cliff path and then down to Scalby Mills or if weather is bad or you don’t feel comfortable taking the foot path follow the path until you reach Scalby Mills Road where you turn left and go down to the Sea Life Centre where you will pick up the Promanade and refreshments will be served at the Beach Chalet (Puffin 6). From there we go along the Promenade until we reach what was “Corner Café” and then head to Peasholm Park and do a lap of the Park and then back up Burniston Road until WeydaleAvenue and then turn up Givendale Road back to Northstead Methodist Church.

Alpha Course


Alpha: Big Questions

Just us for our next Alpha Online session on Monday 14th. June at 7pm as we look at our next big question  ‘How can I resist evil?’.. Everyone is welcome to join for any session as we explore life and faith together. For more information or to register, email 

Methodist Church and a Year of Prayer

The Conference has declared 2020/2021 a year of prayer so that our Church-wide commitments to evangelism, church growth, church at the margins, and pioneering and church planting will flow from a deep, contemplative orientation to God’s grace and love.

With lockdown having seen a major shift in engagement in online worship, The Methodist Church has launched a weekly online service for its Year of PrayerThe short weekly online service will take place each Tuesday lunchtime, beginning on 1 September. The 15 minute service will be inclusive and led by people from across the Church. Trey Hall, Director of Evangelism and Growth, said: “This Year of Prayer is a special time, a called out time, for the whole Church to be disciplined and intentional about seeking God’s will, God’s purpose, God’s dream for the world. And doing that together. The world can feel like it’s falling apart – not only due to COVID, but also due to systemic injustice, racism, to climate change, to political instability.  And if we as the Church are going respond in any meaningful way with love, with humility, with courage, if we’re really going to be in mission and service in this broken and beautiful world, we need more than ever to pray, we need to call upon God for healing and renewal and wisdom.”

The Year of Prayer marks the start of the Methodist year and will launch, beginning on 1 September at 12.45pm via Zoom and live- streamed via Facebook. The Year of Prayer is an important step in the new strategy adopted by the Methodist Conference to be an inclusive, evangelistic, growing, justice-seeking Church. This will be achieved by focusing resources on helping new people explore faith, starting hundreds of new churches, serving communities experiencing marginalization. The short act of worship will be led by a different person from across the Church each week using music, story, silence, art, and differing theologies and styles of worship. Sign up and find out more here