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Happy New Year

candlelit-servicechristmas tree view

God with usBrass band

Giggleswick and Settle Brass Band payed at the fourth anniversary of our new building on Sunday 1 December


View from Castleberg

View of church from Castleberg on 4 June 2018:

Tim and Pam Broughton

Revd Tim and Pam Broughton at the welcome service: Th 6 Sept 2018-

For more on history of Settle Methodist Church see post on Settle Historic Churches Tour here on 8 March 2018

Click for April 2019 pictures of Settle Good Friday Passion Play and Sunday dawn Service

easter morning

If you miss a Sunday morning and still want to join in with our worship then all of our services are now available online. You can listen from any internet enabled device, by going to
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.  Alternatively, using the Soundcloud app for your smartphone (free), services can then be downloaded and listened to when Offline

We also have a facebook page: search for @settlemethodist or Settle Methodist Church.

and Twitter: @MethodistSettle


Messy Church: Interested? 01729 825285.

We held a great Eco-Explorers Indoors on 17 Nov: Next Eco-Explorers-Indoors/Messy Church on Feb 23 2020. However on 23 December we will have a similar event: Christmas Family event at St Johns at 3.30pm

Messy church

NEW : See St John's
Facebook Page - go to Facebook and search for Settle Methodist Church

Welcome to

St John's

Settle, N Yorks
BD24 9JH

  • EVERY SUNDAY: 10.30am morning service.
  • Occasional evening services.

NEW: St John's Facebook Page

Every Tuesday: Morning Coffee 10am-12pm in the NEW church foyer.


The 1st Tue of the month is a special charity coffee morning:

Tuesday 5 Nov: in aid of Rainforest Fund raised £170. Thank you



Settle Passion Play 2020 (10 April). The initial meeting is planned for Fri 10 Jan, 7pm at St John's Methodist Church. Michael Cullingworth would like a meeting of all those interested in taking any part in next Easter's passion play. Sally would like to hear from any who would like to be involved with stage management




Hustings organised by Churches Together were held at St John's


Future Events

Download last week's notices

As St John's, Settle:-


Sun 5 Jan: 10.30am Morning service led by wendy Holt

Sun Jan 5th:  6.30pm at Bentham Methodist Church: Mary's Eve - Christmas music and songs


Sat 18 Jan 7pm Old Fashioned Church Social Games, Old Tyme Dancing and Refreshments

Sat 22 Feb: 4pm: Film

Sat 7 March: Concert by Simeon Wood

Sat 23 April 7.30pm Giggleswick and Settle rass Band

Events with Churches Together:


18-25 Jan: Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
Unity Service on Sunday 19th
after Jacobs Join lunch from 1pm at
Holy Ascension, Settle Parish Church.
Other events on Week of Prayer poster.

Church social

Click here for the poster below in large pdf format for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Week of prayer for christian unity





Walk for CreationWalks for Creation

Julian Smith
Our MP, Julian Smith, Churches Together "Trade Justice" Meeting 26 Oct 2012

Rainforest Fund Project

Inside church

New church on 6 Dec 2015: moving in day


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Circuit website:

For more details about St John's Methodist Church, Settle, contact the minister Revd Tim Broughton 4 Pen y Ghent View, Settle BD24 9JJ . Tel: 01729 822554 or the web editor, J. Allinson

Sunday Services:

Morning service 10.30 am

occasional evening services.

House Fellowship: Alternate Tuesdays except Lent. 2.30 - 3.30 pm Limestone View - meet at the main entrance

Thursday Group - Women's Fellowship - Own Homes - 1st Thursday of Month

Songs of Praise: Limestone View 3rd Thurs of month 6.30pm

Map --- St John's Church BD24 9JH

The New Church and Church Hall Location: From market place go past Petrol garage, under the railway viaduct, go 50m past road on left - to red brick bungalow on the left. the churchis set back. It is on the opposite side of the road to the location of the old church


Click for Regular events HERE

Environment Sunday Wild Flower Walk 6 June 2010

The Hunger SiteClick here for an easy and free way
to help feed those in need at The Hunger Site!

The Rainforest Site
Click here for an easy and free way to help protect endangered habitat at The Rainforest Site!
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Scouts in church HallSt John's Church Hall
BD24 9JH

is used by a whole variety of groups in Settle including

Spinning, bridge, line dancing, ballet, tap dancing, Scottish country dancing, Age Concern, UK, Pioneer Projects, Langcliffe Singers, Settle Orchestra, Yoga and much more. Click here for weekly times, booking arrangements and prices: phone: 01729 824661

Large Hall (and loop system).
Church Worship room
Large Meeting Room (5 to 35 people recommended) (and loop system)

Small Room ( up to 10 people recommended)
Access for wheelchairs;

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Future events.

Click for More Circuit Events


( See also weekly notices, but these are not always put up)

 Regular events

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  Day Time Event Venue
1st Mon of the month 12.30pm Churches Together in Settle and District Prayer Meeting Parish (Holy Ascension) Church: note new time - midday
2nd Mon of the month 7.30pm Prayer for the persecuted church Rolling venue. Check on 01729 825869
Every Tue 10am - 12pm Coffee pot in church Coffee Pot in New Coffee Lounge
2nd Wed of the month (Except in Lent, even though the Lent meetings are now on Tuesdays) 7.30pm Churches Together Justice and Peace Group Friends Meeting House
3rd Wed of month 7.30pm Songs for the Soul Ingleton Methodist Church
Alternate Tuesday Afternoons 2.30-3.30pm

Housegroup. Email web-editor for this weeks details or phone 01729 824 616

Housegroup. Email web-editor for this weeks details or phone 01729 824 616
First Thurs of month 7.30pm Thursday Group - Ladies fellowship - Own Homes Thursday Group - Ladies fellowship - Own Homes
3rd Thursday of month: 6.30pm Songs of Praise - Limestone View Limestone View

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Links you may like

Churches Together in Settle and District - Details of other churches in and around Settle

Yorkshire West - Methodist District includes details of projects such as Touchstone.
The District came into being on 1st September 2017 and was formed from a joining together of the former West Yorkshire District and part of the previous Leeds District. The geographical area covered by the District stretches approximately 80 miles from Westhouse in the north to Penistone in the south, and 50 miles from Todmorden in the west to Knottingley in the east.

Cornerstone Bookshop - Christian Books and Resources, Skipton 17 Newmarket Street, Skipton, BD23 2HX: 01756 793673: Christian books, gifts, cards, music, Traidcraft goods. Open: 9.00 to 17.00 Mon - Sat (10.00 to 15.00 Tue) Drinks: Available anytime Home-made Refreshments: 10.30 to 16.30 Open for Prayers: on Tuesdays 8.30 to 9.30
Cornerstone Christian Books and Resources

Methodist Churches in the Skipton and Grassington Circuit (to the south east of Settle)

Malham - A harvest festival made of three "farm walks"

Pictures of Settle Good Friday Pilgrimage - From River to Rock

Pictures of Easter Morning Service on Castleberg

The Methodist Church in Britain The official website. Find links to other Methodist churches in the UK

The Methodist Recorder - The world's leading Methodist newspaper

Church and Conservation - Green Christian The Site for Christians concerned about care of the environment, species extinctions, pollution, GMOs, etc.

Craven Speakers Club, Skipton . Have fun learning to improve your speaking skills, gain confidence, and thus be more useful to you work/organisation/school etc

St John's Church Hall List of Weekly Activities of Groups that use the Hall

Green events    cs   Hymns   Climate Change


Pictures of Settle in the snow.

Our Calling

To increase awareness of God's presence and to celebrate God's love.
To help people to learn and grow as Christians, through mutual support and care.
To be a good neighbour to people in need and to challenge injustice.
To make more followers of Jesus Christ.

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