Welcome to
Wolds Edge Methodist Church
One church on several local sites

 
 

Welcome

It is my great privilege to follow The Reverend Neville Simpson as minister to the newly formed Wolds Edge Methodist Church.  We are one church, but meet on several sites.  All our sites are listed on this website, and you will find information about them all, including what’s happening where!  You will find a warm welcome whichever site you choose to go to!

If you would like to know what to expect on Sundays click here or contact me or the circuit administrator for more information.

Grace & Peace,

Rev Ann Lett 

                                  

Wolds Edge Methodist Church meets on a number of sites, as listed below. See the weekly plan of services at the foot of this page, and get in touch with the contacts below for more details:

Bubwith (monthly MONDAY 2pm meeting at All Saints Bubwith) 01757 288319

Holme on Spalding Moor (9.30am weekly) 07740 282665

Melbourne (9.30am weekly) 01759 318918

Newton (9.30am monthly) 01904 607295

Pocklington (11am weekly) 07812 414812

Sancton (10am weekly) 01430 827283

St John’s, Market Weighton (11am weekly) 07835 318089

Join our Zoom worship; Thursday 9.30am & Sunday 6pm. Contact [email protected] for login details.

See ‘Our Sunday Service-Worship at Home’ tab at the foot of this page for worship sheets

See 'Connected-Newsletter' tab at the foot of this page for our latest news

  

News & Events

Jun 18
Messy Church

 

Our next Messy Church will take place on 18 June.

Do come and join us.

 

 

 

WEMC @ Market Weighton 18th Jun
Jun 16
Worship Sunday 16 June 2024

This Sunday services across the Wolds Edge Methodist Church will be:

 

Holme Upon Spalding Moor 9.30am 

Market Weighton 11am 

Melbourne 10am

Pocklington 11am

Sancton 10am 

 

Do come and join us

 

 

 

16th Jun

Pause for Thought

 

Is it me, or is time flying by??  I know they say that time flies when you’re having fun, but I’m finding it’s whizzing by far too quick!  The past 6 months or so have a bit of a blur really, but they’ve also been so much fun!

By the time you read this, not only will we have forgotten that Christmas was only just over 3 months ago, but we will be making headway through the Easter season.  We have travelled together through Lent, walking our way to the Cross with Jesus, and now we find ourselves in the post-Easter celebration of the miracle that was Jesus rising from the dead.

I began with mentioning how time seems to fly.  Time is a valuable commodity, and one I’m sure we would argue we have a severe lack of, and that got me thinking about the things I chose not to do, because “I don’t have the time”.  But is that right?  Is it that I don’t have the time, or is it that I just don’t want to do those jobs… I think it may well be the latter!

I really admire folks who, when they have a birthday with a ‘0’ on the end, they chose to do new things – often the number of their age. I take my hat off to you, and I hope you are doing well in your endeavours.  Me, I struggle to fit in what I need to do, let alone adding new accomplishments into the equation.

Next Lent, some of us are heading off the the Holy Island for a bit of a retreat, where I hope we will make time to be with God; to enjoy his creation on the Island, and to get to know each other better.  At the time of writing there are still a few spaces left, so do get in touch if you fancy joining us.  Dates are 31 March – 4 April 2025 (cost is £350 – full board accommodation).

Can I encourage you to do a bit of a self checking exercise, and think of those jobs you’re putting off, and ask yourself why?  Can I also encourage you, as you perhaps go through your ‘to do’ list, you also add on there to spend time with God, deliberately putting yourself into his presence.

As a newly formed Circuit and Mission Area, it is important we keep seeking God’s will for our part of his creation – and the best way to do that, is spend time with Him.

So may we all be encouraged to get some jobs done that have been waiting for a while, and may we experience the wonder of spending time with our Lord, to the point, we want to build it into our daily living.

Grace and Peace to you all

Revd Ann

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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