Church and Chapel

St Nicholas Church, Stillington

The church is one of five in a Benefice (Farlington, Marton, Sheriff Hutton, Stillington and Sutton on Forest) with one vicar. It is well supported with over 100 on the electoral roll.

There are services each Sunday which are shown on the Church Notice Board and in the monthly Stillington News. Some services are based upon the 1662 Book of Common Prayer and some from Common Worship. A modern joint village praise with the Methodist Chapel takes place periodically.

There are informal Morning Prayers at 9.00am each Thursday when people of all denominations are welcome. The prayers are often led by Lay People. There is a music group which helps to lead worship at some services.

For further information please contact one of the Wardens. A very warm welcome is extended to everyone.

Vicar: Rev. Steve Whiting, The Vicarage, Sutton on Forest, YO61 1DW 01347 810251

Wardens: Muriel Law 01347 810484   email: muriellaw1@gmail..com

       and Janet Martin 01347 822981   email: jessie.jm158@gmail.com

Website: A Church near you http://www.acny.org.uk/venue.php?V=18895

St Mary's Church, Marton in the Forest

The church in Marton has developed as a meditative centre for peace and prayer for anyone to drop in at any time. The spirituality is in the ancient and yet simple Celtic tradition of the church.

Evening Worship is held on the third Sunday of each month and a Eucharist (Service of Holy Communion) is held on the first Sunday of each month, both at 6pm.. Each of the services is in the Celtic Tradition of the Church.

Warden: Sally Coomer 01347 810891  email: sally@scoomer.freeserve.co.uk

 

Stillington Methodist Church

The Chapel is situated in Main Street, set back off the road, between two houses. This particular building was opened in 1971, the old chapel having been pulled down to build housing.

There is an Evening Service most Sundays at 6.30pm, with Services either being taken by the Minister (who lives in Easingwold) or local preachers. Periodically there is a joint Village Praise Service, alternating with St Nicholas' Church. Regular Bible Study/Fellowship are held. Details from one of the stewards.

Cream Teas are held each Bank Holiday Monday afternoon. Proceeds are split between the Chapel and the Church.

Stillington Chapel is part of the York Circuit and various services and social gatherings are held throughout the year with other Churches.

Minister: Rev Rev Elizabeth Cushion 01347 821460

Stewards: Robin Jackson 01347 810250 and Gareth Papps 01347 810094

 

Roman Catholic

Contact Details: 01347 821295

Website:  http://www.stjohneasingwold.ampleforth.org.uk/

 

Easingwold Community Church

Website: www.easingwoldcommunitychurch.org.uk

 

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