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MALTON HOSPITAL CHAPLAINCY
Linda Stannard has finished offering chaplaincy at the hospital but is happy to continue visiting members of the circuit if they are staying there. Please let her know. email
was held in recent days. The Conference digest will follow soon
but if you have access to the internet you can listen to some of the discussions on
There were times of joy and celebration as ordinations took place and difficult issues such as the
marriage and relationships conversation. These were all handled with great care and sensitivity.
The Conference has elected the Rev Dr Barbara Glasson to serve as President
and Professor Clive Marsh to serve as Vice-
is Revd Richard Teal who is moving this summer from being the chair of the Cumbria District to
Superintendent in the Driffield-
sister in law of our very own Deacon Fiona de Boltz
Yorkshire North and East District District Conversatons exploring Marriage and Relationships
The District is arranging six Conversations around the District to provide opportunity for people to engage together honestly, prayerfully and graciously in reﬂection and discernment about these matters. learn more.....
The Circuit Invitation Committee is very pleased to announce that Revd Peter Sheasby has accepted our invitation to be superintendent presbyter of the Ryedale circuit from September 2019. We look forward to welcoming Peter and his wife Christine.
Peter is currently Superindendent Minister of The Trinity Methodist Circuit. Methodist Churches and joint Churches in and around Worksop and Retford, covering an area where South Yorkshire, North Nottinghamshire and East Derbyshire meet.
Have you noticed the vast amount of coverage on the TV lately about loneliness? So many folk, old and young in our communities are facing long days without conversation . We have a range of activities across the Circuit to which we could easily invite folk to ease that isolation.
Why not offer to take a friend?
Saville Street Methodist Church, An exciting future!
The structural issues recently discovered within the roof of Malton Methodist Church in Saville Street have caused the congregation to consider carefully the future of the building, which is grade II* listed and more than 200 years old.
See also "calender" for services and activities during closure
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