Tickton is a lively village in East Yorkshire situated some two miles from the historic town of Beverley, the county town. It has a school, a village hall, 2 pubs and a hotel. Together with the smaller settlements of Hull Bridge, Weel, Eske and Routh it comprises some 750 homes.
In 1994 the two village churches – Methodist and Anglican – came together in a Local Ecumenical Partnership and became known as ‘The Church in Tickton’. There is a service of worship on Sundays at 10.30 am and this follows a regular pattern with leadership drawn from both denominations. For the current plan of services, go to the ‘Downloads’ tab. Also on this tab is the latest weekly Notice Sheet, and recent Tickton Diaries.
The Church in Tickton maintains two buildings – St Paul’s Church, and Tickton Methodist Church – and uses both for worship. The Methodist building has a kitchen, small meeting room and toilets in addition to the main hall. This hall has flexible seating and is used by community groups as well as by the church and its own groups.