News from around The Circuit. Please send details of any news items via the email link at the bottom of this page
THANK YOU NIGEL & LOUISE
The Circuit would like to thank Nigel and Louise Hayes for all that they have contributed to the life of the Circuit over many years. Louise's role as a lay employee has now come to an end, and we are grateful for the range of opportunities she has offered within different churches for midweek worship, fellowship and outreach. As a Local Preacher we hope that she will still be seen around the circuit in the future. We are also very thankful for the years that Nigel has been Circuit Treasurer -
Yorkshire North and East District
An exciting opportunity has arisen in the to support and strengthen the Methodist Church’s response to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults.
District Safeguarding Officer (part-
The appointment is for 14 hours per week to be worked flexibly including evenings and occasional weekends, with a probationary period of 3 months. More Details..............
We received the sad news on the morning of 27th January 2019 that Tony White had died. Many will remember Tony from his time as a Local Preacher in this Circuit. We remember his wife Janet in prayer at this time.
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?
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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