Here is a PDF document that profiles the parishes of Seamer and East Ayton, and the town of Scarborough. Please feel free to download and view. It may need a PDF viewer to be downloaded, such as Adobe Reader, or a plugin for your web browser (no need if you have a Mac, these have PDF viewing all built in).
Profile 2014 (2.4MB)
The desired destination of the church in the next five years is:
- To build up that which has already begun, discipleship groups, children’s work etc, and relevant worship services.
- To build relationships with the wider community and be more actively involved with mission, including opening the church building on a weekly basis to the wider community.
- To complete the building work, eg: roof, toilets etc.
- To have better communication with the parish.
- To be the spiritual centre/hub of the parish.
- For prayer ministry to be developed further and to be increasingly moving in the gifts of the Spirit.
- To have a church building full of worshippers.
The main aim/purpose of the church in Seamer, Irton and Crossgates…
“St Martin’s seeks to be a welcoming church, open to people of all backgrounds, nationalities and ages. We make a genuine effort to express, in our life and worship, the joy of an awareness of the love of God alive in the world. Our mission is:
- To proclaim the Gospel Message
- To be Kingdom minded people actively involved in the mission of Jesus in the community
- To be people who are disciples transformed by the power of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit
- To be a prophetic people who worship in Spirit and truth”
St Martin’s was built in 1150. It is in the village of Seamer, near Scarborough.
Our address is:
• St Martin’s Church. Main Street, Seamer, North Yorkshire, England, YO12 4QG.
• OS Grid Reference TA014834
• Longitude and latitude N54:14:12 W0:26:42.
Seamer is on the South side of Scarborough, coming from York just follow the A64 until you reach the outskirts of Scarborough where you will come to a roundabout that will be sign posted ‘Seamer’ take this exit (1st exit), and continue along this road, you will come to a church on your left, this is St Martin’s Church, you can park on the road.
Coming from other directions make your way to Seamer and go through the village ‘Main Street’ you will pass three pubs, the Mayfield, Copper Horse and the Londesborough Arms, all on your left, just past the Londesborough on your right is the Church.