Serving Christ and our Community
Our Church building has graced the centre of the village since about 1150 (see the HISTORY link) but we are here to share the Christian Faith and tradition according to the needs of the twenty-first century.
The Church is open on most weekdays from 8.30am until at least mid- afternoon for anyone to spend a quiet moment and we have a prayer box for prayer requests which will be honoured for seven days and can be renewed.
Everyone is welcome to our services and activities so please look at this website which shows the place of our Church in the life of the local community.
This is positioned opposite the door inside Church (cards on the shelf). If there is someone you would like prayers to be said for at Mattins (Mon-Fri), please complete one of the request cards. To help keep up-to-date, a new prayer card should be filled in after 14 days.
Quiet Time In Church – 3rd Tuesday
Our Church is normally open during the day for anyone who wishes to have a quiet few moments.
In addition, on the third Tuesday of each month, two members of the congregation will be in attendance from 10am-11.30am
For a quiet chat
As a background presence
To make a cup of tea or coffee
Or if requested, to help with prayers
CHRISTMAS SERVICES 2013
SUNDAY 15 DECEMBER
Christingle Service 3pm
SUNDAY 22 DECEMBER
Carol Service 3pm
TUESDAY 24 DECEMBER
Midnight Holy Communion 11.30pm
CHRISTMAS DAY - 25 December
Short All Age Christmas Communion Service 10am
SATURDAY 8 DECEMBER – Please join with us and members from
St Martin’s, Seamer at 3pm, at Irton Garden Centre.
THURSDAY 19 DECEMBER – Starting from Church at 6pm.
If you would like a visit, or if you know of anyone who would appreciate a visit from the Carol singers, please contact Stephen Drury.
SATURDAY 21 DECEMBER – Singing for the Christmas Celebration organised by Ayton Jubilee Committee at the Village Hall, 11am.
Hot drink and mince pies available.