Come and join us for a prayer walk around our area on Wednesday 5th September 2018. Meet at St Andrew’s URC at 2:00 pm we will then walk around the area praying before returning to St Andrew’s for refreshments.
Please come and support this work from Monday 17th September to Saturday 22nd September from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
A coffee morning in aid of the Salvation Army is being held at Cayton Methodist Church on Tuesday 4th September from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon. Tea and coffee with scone. Cakes, crafts, books, plants and bric a brac stalls. (Poster attached).
Scalby Methodist Church are holding a Coffee Morning on Saturday 1st September from 10:00 am to11:30 am in Support of Christmas Shoebox Appeal. There will be stalls: cakes, books and Fair Trade.
Please note the full complement of Tenor XI will not be present – just a few members.
Please find attached a post with the details for The Men’s Forum which is held at Emmanuel St John’s LEP. Meetings commence at 7:30 pm unless otherwise stated.
12th September 2018 – India with Ann Maynard and Christine Herbert
10th October 2018 – DAG with Tim Vasey
14th November 2018 – Nature with Nick Gibbons
12th December 2018 – Rev Graham Morgan
9th January 2019 – Annual Dinner (6:30 pm for 7:00 pm)
13th February 2019 – Deacon Andrew Carter
13th March 2019 – Trains with John Butterfield
10th April 2019 – Iceland with Paul Calvert
8th May 2019 – Annual General Meeting
Calligraphy – the art of beautiful handwriting. Seamer Scribes meets on Tuesday afternoons in Seamer Methodist Church. A new beginners group will start on Tuesday 18th September. Contact Rev Mary Jackman on 01723 865773 or email@example.com if interested.
The Friends of Scarborough Library invite you to a Talk with Diane Robinson on ‘The work of Fairtrade’ at the Scarborough Library on Saturday 1st September at 11:00 am. Members Free and Non-Members £1.
Robin Hood’s Bay Methodist Church are holding a Table Top Sale on Saturday 25th August from 10:00 am.
On Sunday 19th August morning worship (10:30 am) at Northstead will be led by Rev Graham Sturdy from Hobart, Tasmania, via Skype (providing the connection holds up!).
It is also hoped that after the service there will be an opportunity for people to talk with Graham + Christine. Anyone from the circuit who would like to join us will be very welcome.