Robin Hood's Bay
In 1936 when the Methodist congregation moved from the old chapel in the lower part of the village, they converted a manor house into the present place of worship. In 1987 the upper rooms were converted into four Christian holiday flats which are available all year round. The flats brought a new lease of life to the Methodist Church at Robin Hood’s Bay and the premises have been expanded to provide other resources. We enjoy a traditional form of worship. As a circuit resource centre, however, we regularly entertain our friends from other circuit churches and elsewhere when alternative forms of worship may be introduced. We have a weekly Thursday morning communion (Upper Room) service and are currently hosting the Fylingdales Churches Together Lent Group which meets here every Monday evening. Please pray for our church life and community, for John, our minister, and the work of Deacon Helen Webster and that all who visit here may find peace and blessing.