Welcome to The Website for the Methodist Churches in the Pocklington & Market Weighton area



As a minister in the Pocklington and Market Weighton Methodist Circuit group of churches may I welcome you to our website. You will find information on all of our churches and events taking place in the area. Please come along to any service or event of interest to you. We seek to provide all who come with a warm welcome and opportunities for faith and friendship. Our desire is to be an “Attractive, welcoming, church community transforming lives for God.”

If you would like to know what to expect on Sundays click here or contact me, the circuit administrator or the Community and Outreach Lay Worker for more information.

Best wishes,

Rev. Neville Simpson


News & Events

Our Sunday Service
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View our most recent quarterly newsletter
Feb 17
Bolton Crafts Feb

17th Mon Bolton Arts & Crafts group 10am-12pm

Bolton with Fangfoss - Main Street, Bolton, YO41 5QT 17th Mon
Feb 18
Messy Church 18th Feb

18th Tues Pocklington Messy Church 4pm-6pm (doors open 3.30pm). Theme: Pharisee & tax collector.

Pocklington - Chapmangate, Pocklington, YO42 2BG 18th Tue

Pause for Thought


Kindness transforms lives

Two friends meet after many years. One looks forlorn, on the verge of tears. His friend asks "What’s the world done to you?” He is told that three weeks ago an uncle died and left his friend £40,000."That’s a lot of money” he replies. “There is more, two weeks ago a cousin I never met left me £85,000”. His friend says,” Sounds like you’ve been blessed.” 

“You don’t understand” his friend says. “Last week an aunt died and I inherited £250,000.” By now his friend is really confused. “Then why do you look so glum?" he asks to which he gets the reply "This week nothing!"

There is a danger of us living a self-centred life in a materialistic world within our own bubble and unaware of other people and their needs. Jesus calls us to live life looking to the needs of others and many people do live differently. We discover acts of kindness, love, hospitality in places and from people we did not expect. Just think of an act of such kindness someone has done for you.

Charles Swindoll, a Christian writer and preacher, says, ''Kindness is a language that deaf people can hear and that blind people can see.’’ In other words, it brings hope and transformation. May you speak the language of kindness to those you meet in the coming weeks.

Rev Neville







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