Calderdale Methodist Circuit : Mytholmroyd Methodist Church
Scout Road, Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge. HX7 5DQ : Streetmap (link opens in a new window)
Mytholmroyd Methodist Church closed in December 2014
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Rev. Francis Neil
Worship Sunday at 10.30am, also once a month at 6pm. We use Mission Praise Number 1. The third Sunday of the month is a Lighthouse, all age worship service.
Church Membership is 104.
Our rooms are widely used by other groups, such as schools and for private functions.
Our Church has a strong group of Pastoral Visitors caring for the Church members.
We support The Morning Glory Clinic in Kenya.
Regular events at Mytholmroyd
|Tuesday, each alternate week September to April||7.45pm||Women’s Club|
|Wednesday||9.30 - 11.30am||Parent & Toddlers|
|Wednesday||6.30 - 8.00pm||Brownies|
|Wednesday||7.45 - 9.00pm||Guides|
|Thursday||7.30 - 9.00pm||Music Group||Do not meet last Thursday of the month|
|1st Saturday in the month, April to October||3.30 - 5.30pm||Afternoon Teas|
|Bi-monthly||Men’s Meal with speaker|
Friday 2nd March 2012. Women's World Day of Prayer. Celebrated at Mytholmroyd Methodist Church with friends from other denominations in Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge. The service was written by women from Malaysia and three of our ladies dressed in Malay skirts. Mrs Julie Taylor gave the address on the theme of Justice and the leader Mrs Judith Wilson cut the chain that held women back.
Margaret & Rodney Collinge and Linda Smith organised a fairtrade coffee morning with a fashion show of fairtrade clothes from Spirals of Hebden Bridge. There was also home made produce using fairtrade ingredients and a fairtrade stall. Here are some of the clothes being modelled!
History of the Church (Two Hundred Years of Ministry)
A church and Sunday School were built on this site in 1806 as a Wesleyan Church, help for this was given by Baptists.
A new chapel was built in 1826 and a larger Sunday School in 1872.
In 1906 there were 180 church members and 250 scholars.
In 1927 more rooms were added.
In 1960 Mount Zion Primitive Methodist Church joined the Wesleyan Church to form Mytholmroyd Methodist Church at Scout Road.
Following the collapse of the original Georgian chapel in 1979 worship was transferred to the Sunday School building and the chapel demolished.
Refurbishment of the building took place in 1999 with a multipurpose worship area in the old Sunday School room.