We will be re-opening our church building for our 10.30am Sunday Worship from 9th May. Every fortnight thereafter we shall be in church and on Zoom, with the alternate weeks on Zoom only. The dates are below for May and June.
The government rules regarding social distancing, mask wearing etc will all need to be adhered to, just as they were in the few services we have had in the building since the start of the Pandemic.
The leadership team are aware that there are mixed feelings and views about returning to church. Some of you will be raring to get back, others will be more anxious. Please do what is best for you to keep yourself safe and healthy, in mind as well as body. We don’t forsee things being back to ‘normal’ until well after the end of June, maybe even September.
In all this however, there is much hope to be found. Hope from vaccinations and the easing of restrictions, but more than that, the hope that whatever happens, God is with us.
May 9th: Church and Zoom
May 16th: Zoom
May23rd: Church and Zoom
May 30th: Zoom
June 6th: Church and Zoom
June 13th: Zoom
June 20th: Church and Zoom
June 27th: Zoom
Central Methodist Church is open for visitors on Saturday 25th January from 11am-4pm. This is officially part of the York Residents’ Festival weekend. The inside of our chapel is usually a wonderful surprise for residents who visit during the festival.
You’ll be very welcome to pop in and have a look around the chapel; some of us will be around to answer any questions you may have. We hope to have a number of organists playing during the day too, so it’s an opportunity to hear what is generally regarded as one of the best organs in the city.
There’s no need to book in advance and you don’t even have to be a resident. Share the news and invite your friends and family to come and take a look at the inside of our fabulous building and listen to our impressive organ.
There will also be a space for prayer and reflection.
Details of other unusual locations open to visit for free can be found on Visit York’s website: http://www.visityork.org/residents-festival-attractions.aspx
Baking bread, exploring faith and building community together.
Starts Sunday 2nd June, 10am.
Meeting in the Carecent room at Central Methodist Church
This is a place where all are welcome.
A gathering place where we bake bread together, eat together and have the opportunity to explore the Christian faith together.
A safe space where there is freedom to ask questions and freedom to say nothing. Simply come as you are, join us at the table, bake and then eat bread together.