Ryhall Methodist Church – Feb 2023

Do you ever wonder what it means to become a Christian? We currently have a small group meeting to explore this and related questions. Please get in touch if you think you might like to join in. Or, if you think someone else might be interested, please ask them.

All welcome to all our worship and events. If you’re “just looking”, you are very welcome – just come along or get in touch.

SUNDAY WORSHIP at 10.30a.m. at Ryhall Methodist Church.

We still need to respect each other’s safety in respect of Covid.

Services for February:

Feb 5th – Preacher: Moyra Collins

Feb 12th – Holy Communion. Preacher: Rev Christine Pocock.

Feb 19th – Preacher: Carl Love.

Feb 26th – Preacher: David Cappitt

ONLINE SERVICES – Our Circuit has its own YouTube channel. For Sunday worship or daily Evening Prayers, please search YouTube for


You can also access them on Facebook (Stamford Methodist Church and Circuit) or join the Facebook group, “Ryhall Methodist Church.”

MESSY CHURCH is a way of being church for families and others. It is Christ- centred, for all ages, based on creativity, hospitality and celebration. Ryhall Methodist Church and St. John’s Church will hold the next MESSY CHURCH session after school on Thursday, Feb 2nd, at 3.45- 5.30p.m. at Ryhall Methodist Church. Includes meal with jacket potato etc. Theme: The Good Shepherd and the Lost Sheep. ALL WELCOME.

COFFEE MORNING. Thursday 2nd Feb. 10a.m. – 12. All welcome – come and meet others from the village as we relax over a cuppa. Bring a friend if you like – there’s always plenty!

BIBLE STUDY & PRAYER GROUP – 2p.m. at chapel. Thurs Feb 9th and 23rd.

GOOD VIBES – a kind of Community Gospel Choir for Ryhall. Acapella, harmonies, enjoyment! No need to read music. Sat. Feb 4th 10a.m.12ALL WELCOME. Have a go!

Come and find your voice! At Ryhall Methodist Church.

The Ryhall churches (St. John’s and Methodists) are looking for volunteers to help with OPEN THE BOOK, a group to act out Bible stories at the school. It’s going really well! If you would like to find out more, please ask William.