Melbourne Methodist Church

Reopening after the Corvid19 Lock Down

Sunday May 23rd 9.30am

Booking is Essential as numbers are restricted

Contact Rowan on 01759 318918 to book your place

Note: A face mask must be worn

Our Church & Community Life

Melbourne Methodist Chapel

| The Methodist Church in Britain |
| We are part of Pocklington & Market Weighton Methodist Circuit

Welcome to Melbourne Methodist Chapel web site! We hope you find it both useful & intetresting.

First built in 1811 by the Wesleyan Methodists, Melbourne Chapel was modernized for its 200th anniversary year. Retaining the original 19th century external walls, and thus maintaining the original flavour of the building in relation to its environment, the internal structure was completely redesigned and extended to provide an up to date 21st century facility. It is 200 metres West of the Melbourne Arms on the South side of Main Street.


Looking into the kitchen area

We are a part of the Pocklington and Market Weighton Methodist Circuit and our minister is Rev Neville Simpson.

Regular events include:





Hire our facilities for work or leisure

The chapel vestry room

The building is centrally heated throughout. The main hall seats 75 and in addition there is a meeting room, kitchen, small garden and a toilet equipped for the disabled. A plasma screen is available for PowerPoint presentations, and there is an audio loop system for hearing aids. The building, with its facilities, is available for hire at £8 per hour.

Bookings may be made by telephone – 01759 318989
or email:

Melbourne Village:
Melbourne is 12 miles SE of York and 5 miles from the market town of Pocklington. The Pocklington Canal is navigable from Melbourne and connects to the national waterways system via the River Derwent. The Pocklington Canal preservation society runs short narrow-boat trips on summer Sundays and longer trips are available by arrangement for parties. The canal runs adjacent to designated areas of special scientific interest (SSIs) and there is a wide variety of wild life to be seen along the canal tow-path.