Pocklington and Market Weighton Methodist Circuit 29/17
Updated Oct 2017 where indicated <>
In addition to the Pocklington Methodist Church located within Pocklington itself, the Pocklington sector of the Circuit includes village chapels at Melbourne, Barmby Moor, Bolton with Fangfoss, Millington and Newton - on - Derwent. Details are as follows, also for details of Services and other events see the Services/Events page.
Located 8 miles from Pocklington in the Vale of York with weekly Sunday morning worship at 10.00am.Visit the Melbourne Chapel Website.
Located 2 miles from Pocklington on the B1246, close to the A1079 York to Hull road with Sunday morning worship at 10.30am.
Located 5 miles from Pocklington with Sunday morning worship at 10.30am.
Located 3 miles from Pocklington up in the Yorkshire Wolds, Services are held occasionally in the Parish Church for Morning Worship at 4.00pm.
- on Derwent
Located 8 miles from Pocklington is closed for regular Sunday worship apart from occasional services at Church festivities.
The Methodist premises are now used as a village Community Centre.
Pastoral care is structured at Pocklington with Class Leaders having Pastoral oversight of their class. In the villages all members take care of each other in a pastoral way as the need arises.
An integral part of Circuit work is carried out by Circuit Staff Meetings made up of the Minister, Circuit Stewards, Circuit Treasurers, Circuit Property Steward and Circuit Meeting Secretary.
Pocklington Church hold an Annual General Meeting that is open all Members and other interested persons at which all persons can raise their suggestions and concerns for discussion, together with any actions proposed by the Church Council.
Twice a year a Circuit Meeting, comprising Circuit Officers and appointed representatives from the local Church Councils, meet to agree joint activities and mutual guidance.
Twice a year each local church holds its Church Council, comprising the Minister, local church officers and appointed representatives from the Annual General Church Meeting, to agree local business.