At the heart of Malton - the fastest growing town in Ryedale

A transformative development from

Our Appeal Patron - Selina Scott

With strong family and Methodist connections to Malton

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A Brief Tour of the Wesley Centre Project

This brief video produced by Louis Moss summarises what the project is about and how it fits within our town

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Ten Reasons to Visit Malton

So much to see and do

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Revd Tanya's welcome

Confidently facing one of our biggest challenges

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Repurposing Our Historic Building

Reaching out to an expanding community, not just on Sunday

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Revd. Tanya's January Blog

The top New Year resolutions revolve money, health and family. But what would a set of New Year's resolutions look like for you striving to live a life of strategic Kingdom investment?

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Ryedale Free Fridge

The Ryedale Free Fridge helps to distribute unsaleable food that is still safely edible to those who need it most and reduce food waste whilst complementing the work of The Ryedale Foodbank. The fridge at The Wesley Centre on Saville Street in Malton is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 till 4 - bring a bag!

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Latest events

  • Drop-In for a drink and chat

    Drop-in for a drink and a chat at Trinity Methodist every 4th Monday - next one on 4th February - All ARE WELCOME - Contact Rev Tanya Short for details 692173 Read more

  • Worship and Lunch

    Join us on Friday 18th January at noon for 15 minutes worship and reflection then space to eat your lunch Read more

  • Bible Study at The Kitchen Cafe

    Back at The Kitchen Café, Norton on Thursdays from 10.00 - 11.30. The dates are 17 January; 14, 21 and 28 February and 7 March. The subject is ‘Women of Faith: What they teach us’, and focuses on six women from the Old and New Testaments. Each of them tells a remarkable story and offers a distinctive example of faith. Read more

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