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If you're new here or want to find out more about our church, you're very welcome and we'd like to get to know you.

Our mission is that, together, with the help of the Holy Spirit, we will have confidence, excitement and freedom in Jesus Christ to glorify God through worship, faith and service. In the various sections of our website you’ll find information about our beliefs, our church vision, who we are, our Sunday services, activities and mission work as well as how to find us and get in touch.

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WESLEY the church mouse

Wesley, our friendly church mouse appears in our church window and appears in our blogs here. Look out for him as his stories and window change with the seasons

Holy Habits

Holy Habits is an adventure in Christian discipleship inspired by Luke’s model of church found in Acts 2:42–47, it identifies ten habits to guide a way of life. Until March we’re focusing on ‘gladness and generosity’; a recommended reading list is available. Learn more here

Church charity 2020

Following our very successful support for the Smiles Foundation in 2019, we’re nearer home in 2020 and supporting Teesside Hospice. The hospice needs to fundraise to cover around two-thirds of its operating costs. We aim to try and raise enough to allow them to operate for at least one day! Find out more here

Gallery

Visit our gallery of photographs of aspects of our life at Great Ayton Methodist Church. They’re in no order but may give you an idea about the things we get up to!

Latest Blog Posts

Wesley’s Wish – a Christmas story by Wesley Mouse

Wesley’s Wish Wesley and his little friend Charlie, who had come to stay over the Christmas holidays, were busy putting up the last few Christmas decorations in Wesley’s mouse -sized home and nibbling away on mini mince pies made with butter pastry. “Oh, I do wish...

Wesley and Harvey celebrate Harvest

Wesley mouse LOVED Harvest Festival. In fact, he loved any occasion that had the possibility of food. But Harvest – well, it was sort of bringing the ‘outside in’ and this year, he was sure, would be no exception. Pitter patter, pitter patter – Wesley mouse scurried...