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We are pleased to say that our churches are all now meeting in person on a regular basis

We are continuing to stream a weekly live worship service on our Facebook pages for Settle, Ingleton and Bentham at 10:30am. The service is then available on YouTube to watch at your convenience.

We are also inviting you to regular, traditional evening worship on Zoom and on Facebook at 6:30pm.

Revd. Stephen Caddy is also leading Bible Studies on Thursday mornings using Zoom.

The service is also available on a CD which will be posted out after the service. The latest information on services, churches and reflections is available on the church Facebook pages.  






Regular video reflections and worship services are also uploaded on to the IMC Youtube channel.  If you would prefer to receive these resources by text or email, please let Revd. Tim know.   Past services from St John's can be accessed on   




Virtual Coffee Mornings

St John's Coffee Pot is meeting on line on Tuesday mornings - details available on the church's Facebook page or from Revd. Tim.

Bentham Church are having online Coffee Mornings on Wednesdays on Zoom, which you can also join by telephone.  Details and instructions for joining are available from Revd. Stephen.

Further resources for worship at home can be found on the Methodist Church website (   These include a weekly act of worship, which can be printed and read through quietly at home. 


Other resources on the Methodist Church website include prayers and a weekly podcast.

A Prayer from the President of Conference [Rev'd Barbara Glasson]

Loving God,

If we are ill, strengthen us

If we are tired, fortify our spirits

If we are anxious, help us to consider the lilies of the field and the birds of the air.

Help us not to stockpile treasures from supermarkets in the barns of our larders!

Don't let fear cause us to overlook the needs of others more vulnerable than ourselves.

Fix our eyes on your story and our hearts on your grace.

Help us always  to hold fast to the good and see the good in others;

and remember there is just one world, one hope, one everlasting love, with baskets of bread for everyone.

In Jesus we make our prayer, the one who suffered, died and was raised to new life,

in whom we trust, these days and all days. Amen.

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