Methodist Church


We believe in the good news that Jesus came into this world to enable us to understand that God loves us and wants us to know him as our Father.   Jesus gave His life for us to restore that relationship. We would love to share this good news with you and you are welcome at any of our services or events. 

These websites can give you more information about what it means to be a Christian:

Christianity - find out more

Alpha Course

Sunday Service


Check in the Notices for more details


 Carecent Winter Newsletter 2024

York Circuit Spring Newsletter 2024

Yorks N&E Methodist District Newsletter


Recent Sermons can be listened to here




Tuesday 16th April
7:30 am -
11:00 am -
2:00 pm -

Future Diary Dates - Highlights

(Please see Calendar for all dates)

Wednesday 17 April 2024
1.45 pm  Craft Tea

Friday 26 April 2024
9.45 am  Oasis Cafe (with Boot Shop)

Thursday 2 May 2024
Church closed - Council elections

Sunday 12 May 2024
12 noon  Church AGM and Discussion
(after Church Service)

Friday 17 May 2024
PM - Christian Aid Bring and Share Meal
(Fun, Food and Fellowship)

Saturday 18 May 2024
CTAE Quiet Afternoon
St John's RC Church

Saturday 13 July 2024
AM - Olympics-themed Children's Workshop





Safeguarding Foundation Training Dates (2023-24)
Available to download


Coat of Hopes Visits Easingwold

April 2024

On Friday 5 April, the Coat of Hopes visited our church on its long journey back to the south coast of England.  The pilgrims arrived in the evening, joining us to explain the meaning behind the Coat, encouraging us to wear it, and contribute to the ever-increasing number of patches that make up the coat.  It was a truly enlightening, inspiring and hope-filled eveing.

On the Saturday morning, we said goodbye to the Coat and pilgrims as they continued their journey to York, stopping at Shipton that evening.

Details of the Coat, it's journey so far and how to add your own patch to the ever-growing garment, can be found at is a https://www.coatofhopes.uk.

Background:  The patchwork coat is on an ongoing walk through Britain. Made, worn and walked by hundreds of people during and since its pilgrimage from the south coast of England to COP 26, the UN climate summit, in Glasgow autumn 2021.  It continues on its trip back from Glasgow, currently travelling from Edinburgh to York.

The Coat is made up of pieces of blanket into which people have worked their griefs, remembrances, prayers and hopes for the place they call home. It carries an invitation to share our love and responsibility in facing this climate and ecological emergency.


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