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Minister: Reverend Les Nevin


Find us at: Dundas Street, Richmond, DL10 7AB


Main Services: Sunday 10:30 am and 6:30 pm


Richmond Methodist Church is a community of Christians located at the heart of Richmond in North Yorkshire.  The church serves the people of the town and surrounding area as one of  25 churches within the North Yorkshire Dales Circuit, part of the Darlington Methodist District.


We are united around the faith of the historical church and the Methodist tradition but more importantly we believe in God, we follow Jesus and we trust in the presence and the movement of the Spirit.


If you are have arrived at this website looking for information about the Christian faith then please have a look at the ‘what we believe’ page.


If you you have found us because you are searching for a Christian community worshipping in the Richmond area then you can find out more about us on the ‘about us’ page.  Details of our services, events and activities can be found using the main navigation menu above.


If you simply want to keep up to date with what’s happening at Richmond Methodist Church then please visit the ‘news & events’ page or our facebook page at www.facebook.com/richmondmethodistchurch


We hope that this website provides you with a helpful overview of the worship, activities and fellowship found at our church.  If you decide you want to visit us, you can be assured of  a warm welcome!

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We have a wide range of groups and activities for all children and young adults.

Our church is extremely blessed to have so many young people - they bring  energy and life to our  church!  We cater for all ages from   babies in  the crèche to Youth Alpha for teens.

 Nurture groups are a great way to get  to know each other and learn more about God!


They are an excellent place to explore the Christian faith in a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. Some groups are more formal,  perhaps taking the format of a traditional  Bible Study’.  Other groups have a different feel,.

Our nurture groups are great but we also have a range of activity groups that similarly bring people together,

They are an excellent way to get to know each other. Click below for more details but please also check this week’s notices as meeting times sometimes change.

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1 Thessalonians 2:8 says We loved you so much that we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well, because you had become so dear to us”.


At Richmond Methodist Church we recognise that being together is important.  As we grow together in Christ so we “share lives”, to encourage each other and grow together in our love for God


Our nurture groups are great but we also have a range of activity groups that similarly bring people together, they are an excellent way to get to know each other.  Details are below but please also get in touch at contact@richmondmethodistchurch.co.uk for more details.

Please also check this week’s notices

as meeting times sometimes change.




Youth & Kids





Our church is extremely blessed to have so many young people - they bring so much energy and life to our church!  Our youth and kids work covers all ages from babies in the crèche to Youth Alpha for teens.

All helpers working with children and in a position of responsibility have a current Criminal Record Bureau check and most are parents themselves


Nurture Groups


At Richmond Methodist Church we hold on to the bible verse that encourages us to love God with all our heart and to serve Him with all of our being (Deuteronomy 11:13).  

We believe that God wants to have a relationship with each of us individually but we also know its important to spend time with other people who love God.  This is so we can encourage each other, share life’s challenges and grow together as a church family.



To help us grow together in this way, we have a number of groups that meet at various times during the week and in different locations. They are an excellent place to explore the Christian faith in a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. Some groups are more formal, perhaps taking the format of a traditional ‘Bible Study’.  Other groups have a different feel, meeting in people’s homes.  A great way to get to know each other and learn more about God!


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Join us each month for Afternoon Worship….

Healing Service on the first Sunday of each month……

Rev. Les Nevin

21 The Avenue

Richmond, DL10 7AZ



01748 823149


contact@

richmondmethodistchurch.co.uk


notices@

richmondmethodistchurch.co.uk


Prayer Works……coming soon to a street near you ….…….

We need your jars please…….

An invitation to ‘Set the Clock’….

Home Start Trust
The Richmond branch of Homestart, a national charity which works with families with children, who may need support, is currently looking for volunteers to work  with families in the local area (generally one visit per week). Training is given.  If you are interested in helping please contact Kerry Ellis or Julie Teasdale on 01748 850079.





Over a year ago I invited folk who were at Afternoon Worship to set their phone alarm, or whatever device they carried with them, to 'ring' at 5.30pm every day and at that time just pause to pray. Some use the Lord's Prayer, others just take a moment to give thanks or offer to God a situation or circumstance. I know that some of us continue to do this.












If you have not been part of this 'prayer fellowship', or even if you have, I'd like to invite you to set, whatever device you have to sound or vibrate at 5.30pm and take a moment at that time to feel part of a praying community and to include in your prayer/reflection time the people of the streets we are praying for and any people who have asked for our prayers at that particular time.


God bless,  Les.


Set the Clock!

Circuit Service Day Sunday February 8th

10.30am: Preaching Service at Richmond led by Rev Martin Ramsden

10.45am: Service at Aysgarth

11.00am: Service at Horsehouse

6.30pm: Communion Service at Harmby


One Event 2015 (formerly Grapevine!)

Friday 28 August to Tuesday 1 September

The ONE Event Christian Camp at Lincolnshire Showground will be over the August Bank Holiday weekend.  For more info and booking see
http://one-event.org.uk or talk to Matthew or Christine Cooper.  

Book in before 31 March for Early Bird prices!


‘Pause’ 10.30-11.30am Thursday 31 July

Meet for coffee and a catch up at Tesco’s, Catterick Garrison.

  For further details contact Deacon Joy Sykes,

jascmc@aol.com, 07759 218853.




The Bible Society is offering free copies of a 64-page booklet re-telling Bible Stories for children, called ‘Pass it on.’

Readers may like to obtain a copy for a child/grandchild or chapel. Go on line at biblesociety.org.uk/passion

We’re collecting your Home Mission boxes……..

We are looking forward to hosting the District Service on Sunday 24 April 3pm when the President and Vice President of the Methodist Church and our own District Chair, Revd Ruth Gee will be leading us in worship. It promises to be a great occasion of praise and celebration and I am sure there will be an inspiring message. Sheila has agreed to coordinate refreshments for after the service (tea/coffee and cakes). Sheila would be happy to receive any offers of help and any cakes you could offer for this on the day.



First Sunday of every month at 4:30 pm


A time of informal family-friendly contemporary worship.


Afternoon Worship starts with worship using material from Hills United, Matt Redman, Bethel, Chris Tomlin and similar.  Teaching is brought by a variety of speakers from around the region, all with a passion for Christ and a desire to see God’s Kingdom at work in our community  and church.

The service is relaxed and informal and appeals to people of all ages…

………and we all bring food and eat together afterwards - brilliant!

Circuit Service Day Sunday February 8th

10.30am: Preaching Service at Richmond led by Rev Martin Ramsden

10.45am: Service at Aysgarth

11.00am: Service at Horsehouse

6.30pm: Communion Service at Harmby


One Event 2015 (formerly Grapevine!)

Friday 28 August to Tuesday 1 September

The ONE Event Christian Camp at Lincolnshire Showground will be over the August Bank Holiday weekend.  For more info and booking see
http://one-event.org.uk or talk to Matthew or Christine Cooper.  

Book in before 31 March for Early Bird prices!


‘Pause’ 10.30-11.30am Thursday 31 July

Meet for coffee and a catch up at Tesco’s, Catterick Garrison.

  For further details contact Deacon Joy Sykes,

jascmc@aol.com, 07759 218853.


We had an amazing response to our recent prayer weekend……so……..we have just started ‘Prayer Works! an initiative to systematically pray for every household in Richmond over the next 12 months. We will pray for every street individually and each household will be posted a prayer card. Just write down your prayer request on this card and pop it in the prayer box at the front of the church on Dundas Street.  


If you need us to pray right now then let us know, either by contacting Rev Les Nevin or emailing us through this web-site. Or why not use the prayer request form on the prayer page?

 

 




For the next Home Mission’s effort Strawberry Jam and Scones on July 16th we will NEED 50 small jars please - content size around 120 -200ml.  


Suitable jars could be used mustard,tartare sauce ,capers , tiny gift size jam or marmalade ones.  Please leave your jars in the Chapel kitchen.


Further details of how you might help later.  Thank you. Eunice Page.


Sunday 5 June @ 7:00 pm


Join us for a time of worship, quiet reflection and prayer for healing

and prayer for healing

 



Home Missions Box – Collection arrangements  Over the next few weeks Eunice Page will be collecting in the HOME MISSION COLLECTING BOXES . Your gifts will be counted and the total collected sent to the Connexion for the work of Mission in this country.


Some possible ways to get your boxes to her:

1. Send with a Local Preacher/ Worship Leader to Local Preacherʼs Meeting 1st June @ Reeth

2. or with your church Circuit rep. to Circuit Meeting 6th June @ Middleham

3. hand in to be given to Eunice at Richmond Church