• WELCOME TO MENSTON METHODIST CHURCH
    Main Street, Menston, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 6NB
    Minister:
    Rev Tim Perkins    
    Lay Pastor (Discipleship & Outreach): Jo Dixon


    'Caring for all God's people through faith in Jesus Christ'



    Welcome to the website of Menston Methodist Church.

    If you live in Menston or nearby, are new to church or just browsing, we hope you will find the information you are looking for.   If you don’t, please use the contact form and we will respond to your query as soon as possible.

    Our calling is to respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ, to live out our discipleship in worship and mission and to offer care and compassion to all God's people, locally and globally, through the power of God's Spirit.

    There are many activities taking place within our Church, but the best way to meet us is to come to our main Sunday morning service at 10:30am.  All are very welcome, whatever your age or background.

    You will find us on Main Street in the middle of Menston.  We are easy to find, almost opposite the Malt Shovel pub!  There is a small carpark to the right hand side of the Church.  The building is wheelchair accessible.

    Our community café, Cornerstone immediately adjoins the main Church building.

    UPCOMING EVENTS ..........
     

    THE POWER AND THE STORY
    FIND OUT MORE
    Sunday morning preaching themes will
    continue from September 2017 with
    A Walk Through the New Testament
    including reading plans and study groups

    READ & REFLECT
    &

    LIFE GROUP
    Click here for more information

     

    FRIDAY CLUB
    Friday 28 September
    6pm to 7.30
    pm


    Please see weekly notices, Church Family News and Calendar
    for information on other events and activities.

    Please visit our Photos page.
    Latest additions:
    Friday Club at the Farm 2018
    Easter 2018

       

    Latest website additions:
    Wednesday Group Programme 2018/19
    Friday Friendship Group Programme 2018/19

     


     

    Sign up for E-Newsletters from:
    The Methodist Church and take a look at the new Wharfedale and Aireborough Methodist Circuit and the Yorkshire West Methodist District websites.
    CONNEXION:  The latest edition of The Methodist Church magazine.
    VIEWPOINT:  The latest
     edition of the Circuit's look ahead to what's coming up.

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  • NEWS ..........
    REFILL Cornerstone has signed up to this national scheme whereby anyone can pop into Cornerstone during opening hours and have a water bottle refilled for free.  The Pantry in Main Street is also part of this scheme.  Download the App.


    UNWANTED JEWELLERY:  Any unwanted jewellery (including broken and costume jewellery) can now be gifted to raise funds for the Alzheimer's Society.  Charlotte has envelopes available for any donations.


    RECYCLING:  Unwanted mobile phones (minus SIM card) and used inkjet cartridges can be donated to the British Red Cross - donation box on window sill just inside the Church side door.


    CORNERSTONE CASHIERS NEEDED: If you or anyone you know might be interested in offering a couple of hours fortnightly to man the till in Cornerstone, please speak to Tim Kelly or David Brown.


    VIVACE YOUTH CHOIR:  Do you enjoy singing and entertaining and are aged 8 and over?  If so, you would be welcome to join our Vivace Youth Choir.


    CORNERSTONE IS RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS:  Would you like to help in our friendly community cafe.


    NEW SUN CLUB LOGO:  We are pleased to announce our Sun Club now has its own logo, developed from the ideas of our Sun Club children.


    FOOD CONTRIBUTIONS NEEDED BY ST VINCENT'S Please donate any spare tinned or dried goods (or toiletries) which will be used to support individuals and families in situations of extreme need.  Donation bins in Cornerstone and the Church foyer.


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