Covid 19 announcement
As you might have well expected, due to the Coronavirus outbreak we are having to cancel all church meetings until further notice. This includes all Sunday Services, home groups, retreats and social activities. You will appreciate that this decision has not been taken lightly and has come about because of clear guidance from the government and instruction from Elim International. We realise that this step is unprecedented, and that life for all of us will look and feel very different to what we have been used to.
We must remember that we have a living hope and that our trust is in God. Although we cannot physically be ‘at’ church it does not stop us from being the church, so we want to take this opportunity to outline some of the things we can do to support and help one another through what will be a very challenging period.
Please visit our Facebook page to find out more about how we will be supporting each other and the whole church whilst this situation is in place.
Under normal circumstances though…
Our Sunday morning meetings are informal, café style and include lots of coffee, contemporary worship, a high-content, Bible based sermon, communion and a half-time interval – because you can never have too much coffee!
During the sermon we run groups for the children and young people.
We also like to dedicate time on Sundays to being together and on the first Sunday of every month, we share a lunch at Elim Corner, after the meeting.
We meet every Sunday morning at 10.30 AM at Archbishop Holgate’s School. Be warned though, if it is your first visit, the first ten minutes is spent in drinking coffee, greeting one another and chatting together.
Archbishop Holgate School is just off Hull Road, the A1079, on the way into York, near the university. We have a large car park, separate blue badge parking and the school offers level access into the main hall, making it good for wheelchair users and prams/pushchairs. We have changing facilities for babies and toddlers and an accessible toilet. The main hall is on two levels, with ramps and steps allowing access to the lower level.