News from around The Circuit. Please send details of any news items via the email link at the bottom of this page
To all singers, actors, tea makers and congregations and to those who have sent messages of thanks and appreciation we would like to say, 'thank you.' Many have said that they were blessed and encouraged by the words and the music. We were able to share £400-
At St Hilda's, on the evening of Maundy Thursday, we enjoyed a 'Seder' meal .
The Seder meal is based on the Passover meal and symbolically tells of the Jewish Exodus. It is the meal Jesus shared with his disciples at the Last Supper. Read more....
After his visit to the circuit with his wife Chrissie, the Revd Ken Gowland has accepted our invitation to come to live and work in the Ryedale circuit from September 2017. This will be subject to confirmation at the Methodist Conference in June 2017
The coffee morning at Scagglethorpe on 1st July raised £100 for chapel funds -
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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Helmsley Methodist Church is offering Ham Salad Teas for coach parties £7 per person.
For more information or to book contact Christine 01439 770791
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
Malton Methodist Church
are restarting their Saturday coffee -
New Deacon for Ryedale
The Ryedale Circuit are delighted that we have been 'matched' with Deacon Fiona de Boltz who is currently in the Kettering and Corby Circuit. Subject to the usual confirmation of appointment at Conference 2017, she will be coming with her husband Tony to work in Circuit for 40% of her time and 60% in the MHA Mickle Hill.
The Ryedale Circuit appoints part-