Men’s Breakfast meets every 2nd Saturday of the month in Beverley Minster Parish Centre from 08.00 to 08.30 for catching up, socialising, bacon sandwiches, toast, tea and coffee.
We then sit to reflect on bible passages and have a spirited discussion of contemporary issues.
The Minster has a number of House Groups in which people meet informally for prayer, Bible study, discussion and fellowship.
The groups vary in style, providing something to suit and to challenge most people. Most meet weekly; some monthly. There are daytime and evening meetings.
Records show that the Minster possessed two bells in 1050. Four bells were installed in 1366, three of which having been recast are still used in the Minster.
Practices are on Tuesday evenings and the bells are rung for Sunday services at 10.30 and 17.30 and for special occasions.
The flowers in Beverley Minster are arranged by dedicated members of the congregation led by Kevin Hara who gives flower arrangement demonstrations. Special displays feature at Christmas and Easter.
Contact us for information about flowers at weddings.
Dorcas is the Minster sewing group which meets every Tuesday morning. It is named after a disciple, healed by Peter, who was known for her needlework.
Several members of the group have been on weekend courses on the conservation and restoration of ecclesiastical embroidery. It also undertakes mending.
The Minster Walkers are an enthusiastic group who walk every Wednesday throughout the year.
In winter they walk locally within 10 miles of Beverley, but as the year progresses they become more adventurous and go as far as the North Yorkshire Moors.
Come And Meet Each Other
An informal meeting where women of the parish come together to meet and encourage one another.
There are several meetings a year which are announced on the weekly notice sheet.
Meetings are held in the Minster Parish Room at 14.15 on the first and third Tuesday of the month, except for August. A corporate service of Holy Communion is held in the Minster at 10am on the first Thursday of the month.
There are about forty people whose purpose is to ensure that visitors to the Minster are made to feel welcome in a friendly and sensitive way.
Members of the team are normally present from 11.00 – 15.00 on weekdays and 12.00 – 16.00 on Sundays.
Rainbow Guides are the youngest members of Girlguiding UK. 1st Beverley (Minster) Rainbows welcomes any girl from 5 to 7 years old to come along and join in the fun! We take part in a wide range of activities including games, crafts, singing and having parties.
Contact Annabel Webb.
1st Beverley (Minster) Brownies meet Mondays (term time) from 18.00-19.15. We enjoy badge work, crafts, games and other activities. We take part in indoor and outdoor activities which challenge girls to do their best. Girls aged 7 to 10 can take part in the Brownie Adventure.
Contact Mrs Shirley Bolt.
1st Beverley (Minster) Guides meet Fridays (term time) from 19.00-20.30. We enjoy badge work, Go4It’s, crafts, games and other activities. We take part in indoor and outdoor activities which challenge girls to do their best. Girls aged 10 to 14 years old can be Guides.
Contact Mrs Shirley Bolt.