This coming Sunday is Aldersgate Sunday – the closest Sunday to the 24th May which is commemorated in the Methodist Church as Wesley Day and is as close to a saint’s day as we get in the Metho...Read More
In the Gospel reading for Sunday 1st May two of the special stories of Easter are, to me, linked by a charcoal fire. Cast your mind back to that terrible night when Jesus was arrested. He is in the co...Read More
This week marks the second anniversary of us going into a national lockdown at the start of the Covid 19 pandemic – I was acting superintendent of the Tadcaster Circuit and life changed dramatic...Read More
There are lots of conversations presently being held across the country, to discuss the future of many small village Methodist Chapels. At the National Methodist Conference in Birmingham last June, th...Read More
Recently I had a conversation with my supervisor and one of the questions she asked me was, had I planned a ‘Retreat’ for myself. The dictionary’s definition of retreat is for one to find a quie...Read More
The Roller Coaster continues… After my writing last week, two or three friends commented that yes life is a roller coaster, but with God, whatever happens, we are always on the top. I had an intervi...Read More
Dear friends August marks the end of the Methodist church year and we say goodbye to Amy, our Minister, and her husband, Tim. Amy has been a part of church and community life in the Tadcaster circ...Read More
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