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Queens Road, Richmond
North Yorkshire, DL10 4AE

 

What we do

Spiritually, socially, and physically, the church is at the heart of our community and a welcome space and community hub. One of our very successful ventures, which continues three times a week, is to provide a 'Welcome Space' for many people in the town.

Sited in a central position in Richmond, the Methodist Church has become the home for many activities both Church sponsored and from the community. Its many varied rooms make it ideal for many events and activities.

Details of the spaces available and the booking calendar are available on the Rooms for You page. From here you can see what's on offer, the rules for letting and the availbability and booking.

What we do at Richmond Methodist Church

Contact Us

In addition to Worship at 10.30am and 6.00pm each Sunday, the Church provides a variety of faith and interest activities.
If you are interested in any of the following activities please contact us and you will be put in touch with someone who will help you.

For a list of social and cultural events & activities, please see our Whats On/Events page

Healing Services

Monthly at Richmond on the first Sunday at 6.30pm and are held in church.

Jesus said: 'Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest.' Matthew 11:28

The service is a quiet, shorter one than the usual, with a guest speaker. There is a time of ministry and prayer when we bring our concerns to God on behalf of other people, as well as ourselves. There is no compulsion to receive the laying on of hands, mention names during the prayer time or to pray out loud.

Anyone who would like to share concerns or requires further prayer can do so after the service, when members of the healing team are on hand. Everything shared is kept completely confidential.

Please join us for any of the services.

"God enfold you; Christ uphold you,
Spirit to keep you in heaven's sight;
so may God grace you, heal and embrace you,
lead you through darkness into the light"

John L. Bell (b. 1949) Singing the Faith 648

Warm Welcome

Warm welcome operates 52 weeks of the year 9:30am to 12:30am
November to March on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
April/May and September/October on Mondays and Fridays
June to August on Fridays
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A free, warm, welcoming, safe space which is open to all.

Our ground floor welcome area and lounge premises are open for anyone to drop-in via the accessible Dundas Street (side) entrance.

We offer free hot drinks and snacks, accessible toilet facilities, free wi-fi, and charging facilities.

Magazines, newspapers, and board games are all available within a child-friendly setting.

Open to the whole community and visitors for company, conversation, or a warm, quiet space to relax.

All are warmly invited

Monday Prayer

9.30am -10.30am

"Do not be anxious about anything, but everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God" Philippians 4:6

Prayer is simply speaking to God. We meet weekly to share and to pray for our church life, the world, and pastoral concerns.

Tuesday Fellowship.

Monthly on the Third Tuesday at 2pm in the Lounge

An afternoon of worship and fellowship with hymns, prayers, and guest speakers. Meetings last about an hour and end with a cuppa and refreshments.

Everyone welcome.

CAMEO

CAMEO is an informal group who meet on the first Wednesday afternoon each month at 2.00pm, usually in the Church Lounge.

There is a varied programme which includes, speakers, demonstrations, meals out, reaching out to members and others in sheltered housing, as well as visits.

You are welcome to Come And Meet Each Other

Little Angels

Thursdays 9.30am to 11am in School term time

Parents, Carers and Toddlers are welcomed to these relaxed sessions to enjoy fellowship and of course play. 

SEARCH Bible Study

Bible study/fellowship group

1.30pm until 3pm - 2nd and 4th Thursdays with Rev. Julia

During Lent we meet from 12.30pm with an optional packed lunch.

This group meets twice a month to learn, pray and chat over the issues of the day. We follow short studies for small groups, which might be on a specific book or genre of the bible, an ethical issue, theological concern, or a spiritual practice, amongst others.

All are welcome to join this small group and enjoy mutual leaning, fellowship, and Christian conversation.

Ladies Bible Study

This is and online bible study for ladies which meets online on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 8pm.

Those who are interested are asked to ask for access via the site manager through the contact page. The site manager will arrange contact with the group.

Other organisations using the Church as a Community Hub

  • The Richmond and District Civic Society meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30, except July, August and December, for an interesting and topical talk, members free and visitors £6.
    www.richmondcivicsociety.org
  • Richmond Camera Club - The club aims to promote awareness of photography in Richmondshire and improve its members photographic skills.
    www.richmondcameraclub.co.uk
  • AA
  • Richmondshire Orchestra
  • Macular Society
  • Richmond Choral Society
  • Finkle Street Singers - We are a singing for pleasure group, no auditions, no need to read music, all ages welcome. Contact Peter Simpson.
  • Richmond SMART Recovery Group - A friendly peer support group for people who want to get past their addictions and become a better version of themselves, licensed by North Yorkshire Horizons
    www.smartrecovery.org.uk
  • Musicality
  • Pantomime and Concert Group
  • 3rd Richmond Brownies and 3rd Richmond Guides - We help all girls know they can do anything
    www.girlguiding.org.uk

There is also a wide range of social and cultural activities throughout the year including:

Fairs, Community meals, Arranged Speakers, Festive Occasions and in particular the Annual Pantomime in February.

Check the whats's on page for more information.

What's on / events