Sunday 25th June is a special day in the life of this circuit as Rev Rosie Coles is ordained at Solihull Methodist Church.
However, not everyone is able to travel for this special event so at South Cliff at 6:30 pm the service of Holy Communion led by Rev Denise Free will include aspects of the ordination service as we celebrate with, and support, Rosie on this memorable part of her journey. So, if you can’t make it to Birmingham, please come and join us at South Cliff.
A message from Julie Fairweather: Some of you may know that I am raising funds for Cancer Research this year by taking part in Race for Life on 12th July.
To boost the funds, Gwen and Chris have agreed to host a quiz night at Burniston Methodist Church. All monies raised will go directly towards my fundraising target. So come along, have fun and support a worthwhile cause.
The quiz is being held at Burniston Methodist Church on Saturday 17th June at 7:30 pm and the entrance fee is £3 per person and includes refreshments.
We would like everyone to give thanks for the life of Littlebeck Chapel, for its continuing worship and witness during the past 127 years and pray with us for its future. If you would like to join us we are having a service of celebration on Sunday 4th June at 2:30 pm led by Rev Jane Carter and all are welcome. Afternoon tea will be served at the end of the service.
To be held at Filey Methodist on Friday 16th June.
Buffet Tea from 5.00pm, with after tea speakers Revs Graham & Emma Morgan. Tickets at £5 available from Anne Kirkman on 516239.
A Coffee Morning is being held at Scalby Methodist Church in support of Saint Catherine’s Hospice on Saturday 3rd June from 10:00 am to 11:30 am. Stalls: Books, Cakes, Fair Trade
Thank you to all who responded in any way towards the Circuit Easter Offering for the Methodist World Mission Fund.
At the Annual Circuit Dedication Service last Sunday 7th May attended by well over 100, £1722.26 was collected altogether. This was made up of £1,384.26 from the envelopes and church donations, plus £198.50 from the evening’s offertory.
It will enable our Mission Partners to further the work of God’s Kingdom and reach out with live.
Burniston Methodist Church will be hosting an afternoon workshop and an evening concert with blind singer/songwriter, Marilyn Baker, and her ministry partner, Tracy Williamson on Saturday 10th June 2017.
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm – Listening to God Workshop led by Tracy Williamson
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm – Marilyn Baker In Concert
Admission is by Free Ticket available online through Eventbrite.
Those attending the workshop and concert are advised to bring a packed tea, the church will provide drinks.
Donations towards costs and to support the work of Marilyn and Tracy (MBM Ministries) will be received at the church.
Marilyn Baker Ministries is a dynamic itinerant ministry of music, teaching and prayer. The heart of Marilyn Baker Ministries is to see people entering into joy instead of mourning, beauty instead of ashes, praise instead of despair; to enable people to understand the intimacy of God’s tender Father’s love and be empowered by it to reach out to others that they too may be healed and changed.
LYRA in concert at Northstead Methodist Church, Givendale Road, Scarborough, YO12 6LGon Wednesday 17th May at 7:00 pm.
LYRA are a vocal ensemble from St Petersburg, Russia who are all professional musicians, trained at the St Petersburg conservatoire and now performing in different musical theatres, opera companies and church choirs.
They are doing a UK tour showcasing the musical heritage of the Russian Orthodox Church and Russian folk music to the British public.
Tickets are £10 and concessions £8 from the Box Office on 01723 376783 or 01723 361214or on the door.
Further information is available from Rev Emma Morgan (361412) or see www.lyra-online.org
Please come and see the Dalesmen in concert at Queen Street on Saturday 13th May 2017 at 7:30 pm.
Following a recent successful visit to the circuit, I am pleased to announce that from Friday 1st September 2017 Rev Kevin Ridd will be joining the circuit staff. Kevin will be living, with his wife Jane, in the manse at Filey and will be the lead minister at Ayton, Cross Hill, Filey, Seamer and Sherburn churches.