Join us at Westborough Methodist Church on Saturday 21st April at 6:30 pm for a Pea & Pie Supper followed by a Quiz in the lecture hall.
Tickets £3.00 per person, Family Ticket 2+2 £10.00 and are available from the coffee bar. A vegetarian option is available. Teams of four people. Please fill your names in on the list on the coffee bar notice board
On Saturday 14th April Northstead church are holding a coffee morning/lunch. Coffee served from 11:00 am; salmon or ham sandwiches and puddings from 11:30 am to12:30 pm. Cake and Fairtrade stalls. (Poster attached).
Cayton Methodist Church are holding a coffee morning in aid of Alzheimer’s Research UK incorporating a Great Easter Bake Off competition and sale. (Details from Cayton Post Office).
This is being held on Saturday 7th April from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Coffee morning on Saturday 7th April 10:00 am to 11:30 am at Scalby Methodist Church. In support of Annual Scalby Walk Charity 2018 – Teenage Cancer Trust. Stalls: Books, Cakes, Fairtrade.
Join us at Moss Lea Farm Burniston on Monday 26th March, Tuesday 27th March and Wednesday 28th March from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Eucharist Service at 3:00 pm on Wednesday 28th March. All welcome.
A big brew coffee morning and cake stall is being held at Fylingthorpe on Friday 23rd March from 10:30 am to 12:00 noon. The coffee morning is for Traidcraft and all are welcome.
The circuit prayer meeting is at Emmanuel St John’s LEP on Tuesday 20th March at 1:00 pm. It would be wonderful if you can attend and join with others who are praying for the work of this circuit.
Sunday services will be returning to the Briggswath Chapel on Sunday 18th March. The service will be led by our minister, Rev Jane Carter, until then services will continue at 10.30am in the Village Hall. See attached poster for details of other groups meeting at chapel to which you are most welcome.
Congratulations to Ruth Dale who has completed her fist week at Priceholme as the new Chaplain. Please pray for Ruth and the work she will be doing with the residents, family and staff. Chaplaincy services help to restore and sustain hope, well-being and community spirit amongst older people in care homes.
Chaplaincy is a key pillar of MHA’s person-centred approach to care and support for older people, which attaches importance to spiritual as well as physical health and well-being. The charity is one of the pioneers of chaplaincy within a social care setting and today employs more than 130 chaplains in its care homes and retirement schemes across the UK.
As MHA celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2018, Methodist Homes Sunday will have a special emphasis on the achievements of age and the completeness of life. This year the theme of worship is ‘Full of Years’ and church groups are invited to celebrate the day by taking the theme and looking at ways in which they can help one another to support older members of our church and society as well as recognise and value the unique insights and perspectives of those who are in later life. Methodist Homes Sunday is on 10th June 2018, perhaps you could do something at your church. Resources are available on the MHA website.