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You are invited to this year's Circuit Celebration! Download the Invitation booklet for more details about the day.This year we will be gathering at Acomb Methodist Church on Sunday 14th July to worship together and remind ourselves that we are stronger together. We will be looking back at the past year, looking ahead to the future, and celebrating with several people who are moving on from the Circuit or who have recently been ordained.We will also be tying up our Bible Month...

Lay Pastoral Assistant Job AdvertThe York Circuit of the Methodist church require an individual to work alongside the minister and pastoral teams of Acomb and Holgate Methodist church as a lay...

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Pulpit Statement of Refugees for Sunday 13th Septemberfrom the Revd Leslie Newton, Superintendent MinisterI am sure we are united in our horror at the plight of so many as the refugee crisis...

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The York Circuit marked the start of the new Methodist year with a Circuit Service at Central Methodist Church on Sunday 6th September. The service marked changes in many types of ministry around...

Goodbye service 2015

On Sunday 2nd August people from across the circuit gathered to say goodbye to two ministers as they move on to new circuits. Clifton Methodist Church was full to bursting as more than 200 people...

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On a sunny day in early July over 200 people from churches across the circuit gathered for the York Circuit's second annual Celebration, hosted by Robin and Margaret Jackson at their farm near...

Circuit Celebration 2015

Saturday (4th July) sees our 2nd Annual Circuit Celebration. You can hear superintendent minister Leslie Newton and local preacher Robin Jackson being interviewed about it on Vale Radio...

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The York Circuit is now officially a Fairtrade Circuit, and has a certificate to prove it! Thanks to the hard work of many individuals and churches, the York Circuit has now met the requirements...

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The Aroma cafe in Haxby has welcomed its' 200,000th customer since it was started in 2008 by Haxby & Wigginton Methodist Church. You can read more and see a picture of the 200,000th customer...

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Giving up 3 days of their Easter holidays, and supported by a grant from the circuit, young people from Haxby and Wigginton and from Acomb, took part in an experiment of putting their faith into...

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Growing in Christ was the theme of a circuit service held at Haxby on 22nd March 2015 to welcome Paul Parker as a fully accredited local preacher.There were also interviews with some of the eight...

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