The normal Services/Events page below is updated weekly on Wednesday afternoons, it covers <>
the Pocklington , Barmby Moor, Bolton, Melbourne, Millington and Newton Methodist Chapels and
the next two Sunday's and weekday Chapel events between those Sundays,
Chapel Location for location of the Pocklington Methodist Chapel.
Services/Events for details of Worship Services and Future Events
History for history of Pocklington Methodism including visits by John Wesley
Village chapels. for details of the 5 Pocklington Sector Circuit village chapels
St. John's Market Weighton Methodist Church our sister church at Market Weighton
Melbourne Methodist Church one of our local churches 8 miles from Pocklington
Methodist the Methodist Connexion Website
Pocklington for the town's Website
All Saints Church our associated Pocklington Anglican church
Christian Fellowship Church our associated Pocklington Christian Fellowship Church
Pocklington church is part of the York and Hull District and the central Chapel of the Pocklington
and Market Weighton Circuit which includes 11 chapels. If you are in the area, you are most
welcome to join us for worship or at any of our other events, our Chapel is a place of worship
and prayer which is open to all, at the same time it is truly multi-purpose.
The disabled are served by level wheelchair access, disabled toilet and hearing aid loop system in
the Worship Area. A large car park is located behind the Chapel - go right viewing from the
front - then left, left again and the park
yards on the left.
Hire of rooms Some of the Chapel rooms are available for hire by outside organisations, both for
occasions or for regular
If you are interested in such hire please contact or E Mail Chris on firstname.lastname@example.org or
Regular weekly (unless stated) events (see also the Services/Events link for more details) include:
Sunday Club for Children during Morning Services at 10.30am
Tuesday Fellowship (2nd and 4th each month) at 2.30pm
Coffee Mornings at Bolton Chapel on Wednesdays 10.30am to 12.00 noon
Women Together on Wednesdays (1st and 3rd each month) 1.30pm to 3.00pm
Four Housegroup Study Groups ( see Future Events)
Circuit Choir Practice on Thursdays at 7.30pm
Early Morning Communion Service on 1st Friday each month at 9.15am
Prayer Meetings on other Fridays 9.30 to 10.00am
Coffee mornings on Fridays 10.00am to 11.30am
Praise Evening at Barmby Moor Chapel last Friday in the Month at 7.30pm
Concerts, Parties, Recitals etc. as announced.
The Choir is enriched by including not only Methodists but also singers from all the other
Churches and other towns
Our Church is part of an ecumenical grouping, titled 'Churches Together In Pocklington' (CTIP),
with the Church of England, Christian Fellowship and Roman Catholic Churches in Pocklington,
there are joint services held at each
(see the Services/Events
Superintendent Minister: Rev. Neville Simpson (01759 303354) or (email@example.com)
Circuit Minister: Rev. Japhet Kabilu (01430 873407)
Supernumerary Ministers: Rev. Geoff Dougill (01759 304806), Rev. Anne Cox (01759 305103),
Malcolm Smalley, Rev.
Michael Willson, Rev.
and Rev. Allan Bailey
The Rev. Simpson is currently away on his sabatical so if you need
a Minister please ring
Our mission statement
Primary aims are:
To proclaim and offer Christ to all people
To offer worship to God
To care for the church family and its neighbourhood
To exercise responsible stewardship of all God's gifts
To serve the community locally, nationally and internationally
Knowing God with Jesus can help you to gain faith for the future - view these Websites;
The Church wishes to take the opportunity to provide a Christian witness in Pocklington,
in fellowship, caring for others and service
to the local community.
Alongside all ventures the Church maintains its contributions to the life of many families in the
Fellowship may easily be taken for granted but they are all at the heart of what the Church is all about.
Year in year out, the church community gives financial support to the National Children's Home, Christian
Aid, Cancer Research, Methodist Homes for the Aged and to relief and development needs
throughout the world wherever and whenever it is needed.
For further information please E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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