Burniston Methodist ChurchWorshipping God in a rural village on the coastal edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, part of the North Yorkshire Coast Methodist Circuit.
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On 23rd July, Rev. Nigel Spencer looked at the Kingdom of God through the parable of the wheat and the weeds from Matthew 30: 24-30, 36-43. The worship explored and explained how the wheat cannot be separated from the weeds until harvest time and compared its relevance to the good and bad traits in us, the people of today. The evil influences in the world do not make it easy to tell the saints from the sinners but God promises there will be a Judgement Day and the choices we make now will affect our final destination. (Full sermon available on website asap.)
Songs of worship included: Your Love is Amazing, O God You Search Me, Lord You Have My Heart, How Deep the Father’s Love and Over All The Earth. Prayers of adoration, confession, thanksgiving and supplication were interspersed throughout the service and Holy Communion was observed.
Next Services: Sunday 30th July 9.30 (traditional) and 11.00 am (contemporary) – with coffee and cake served between the two.
Coffee Stop open (in church cafe) Thursdays 10am-12noon – for the surrounding community and walkers – donations to selected charity each month.
Canasta Card Game: 2pm every Tuesday (board games on last Tuesday of the month) – for the surrounding community in Communal Lounge, Wandales Drive, Burniston, YO13 0HE.
Lego Morning: Come along at 10-12 noon on Saturday 5th August and be part of the fun! Children with accompanying adult please.
Peeling Back the Onion
Bible Teaching day – led by Rev Pat Took
Saturday 23rd September 2017
10am to 4pm
Double edition (thanks Julie)
Burniston Methodist Church – 16th July 2017
The theme of worship today was based on Colossians 1:15-18 – the Supremacy of the Son of God. The worship explored our role in the world and encouraged us to encounter the living loving God by knowing Jesus, the human form of God, thus following his example of servant-hood as a foundation on which to build our communities and live together as one body for the good of mankind.
A talk on the importance of Prayer as part of our role in the world was given via a DVD link by Malcolm Duncan who also led prayers of intercession for the UK and the world.
This is the video from our local arrangement service this morning.
On Sunday 2nd July, Reverend Emma Morgan preached about Living Stones from 2 Peter at the Celebration Service. The gist of the sermon was about how we can learn from the old to make things new, eg, those who have gone before had laid the foundation for what we are now building, and our young people are currently learning how to build on that for the future of the church. (The thought-provoking sermon is available on our website.) The children were asked to take a stone from a bag or a (paper) brick and build a wall of living stones, ie, what their vision was for the church in 100 years.
Songs of celebration led by our contemporary worship band and singers included Holy Holy Holy, From the Highest of Heights, Creator God and the young people played and sang Over all the Earth, The Robinson family read 2 Peter 2:1-10 and The Cooper family led prayers of intercession. The service concluded with the song ‘My Hope is Built on Nothing Less’ (Cornerstone) and the sharing of The Grace.
Emma prayed over the young people as the annual prizes were given out. The congregation then shared in fun and fellowship over a BBQ lunch on the grassed play area at the back of church.
Next Worship Service:
Sunday 9th July 9.30 (traditional) and 11.00 am (contemporary) – with coffee and cake served between the two.
Special Events Coming Up:
Malcolm Duncan DVD teaching sessions Wednesday 5th and 19th July at 7.45pm.
Big Brekkie – Bring your family and friends and start the weekend in a different way. Put the world to rights over breakfast – open 9-11am – 8th July (no fixed charge – donations to Christian Aid Charity).
Rock Club’s Got Talent – come along to an evening of entertainment from our young people and a pie and peas supper on 14th July at 6pm. (no fixed charge – donations to the young people’s Scoughall Challenge 2017).
Coffee Stop open Thursdays 10am-12noon – for the surrounding community and walkers – free drink and cake with donations going to our selected charity each month.
Canasta Card Game at 2pm every Tuesday (with board games on last Tuesday of month) – for the surrounding community – 20p includes drink and biscuits. This event is in the Communal Lounge, Wandales Drive, Burniston, YO13 0HE.
See website for weekly events and groups at this thriving, lively church.
FIGHT INEQUALITY AND POVERTY OVER BREAKFAST
On Saturday 8th July you can come between 9am and 11am to have breakfast at church and support Christian Aid at the same time.
Bring your family and friends and start your weekend in a different way.
No fixed price but donations welcomed.
Friends, Family, Fellowship and Food! – What’s not to like?
Help to put the world to rights over breakfast
an evening of top entertainment brought to you by the young people of Rock Club, Burniston
comedy – music – stories
includes a ‘pie & pea’ supper!
free entry – donations welcome to support young people entering the ‘Scoughall Challenge 2017′
It’s our 138th Chapel Anniversary on Sunday. Please join us for services at 9.30am, 11am and 8pm and an anniversary lunch after he 11am service.