We’re proud to announce the new installation of our new AV system to help support the work of growing Hull Minster as a place of worship and also a venue for culture, arts and events.
We are currently thinking about our vision at Hull Minster, ‘Your Place: to Worship, Enjoy, Explore and Belong’.
This sermon was preached in the morning services as part of our Worship, Enjoy, Explore and Belong Vision Sermon Series by our curate, Reverend Eve Ridgeway. In this sermon Rev Eve explore why Christians sing and offer music in worship when we gather together.
Our MAP 2018-2022 is our plan for bringing into reality our vision to be “Hull Minster: Your Place – to Worship, Enjoy, Explore, Belong.”
We have spent time in prayer, conversation and reflection on what this looks like for our six areas of ministry, namely Worship, Discipleship, Pastoral and Community, Under 18s, Outreach, and the supporting Operations functions
The full document can be read HERE
We greatly value children and young people at Hull Minster, and seek to provide engaging activities both during Sunday worship and at other times in the week. To further our work we are recruiting a Ministry Assistant for Under 18s work. Do you enjoy working with children? Do you have a committed Christian faith? Do you enjoy working in a fun and welcoming team? Then this role could be for you! Please see the Job Description for full details of this part time role and how to apply.
"We are in an exciting phase of growth at Hull Minster, in terms of numbers of worshippers, visitors, events and in our availability to the community and our capacity to serve our city and region.
The appointment of a Director of Operations is key to that process." See the information sheet here
This year’s programme of history talks begins on April 17th at 12.30 with a talk by John Lawson on the R38 airship disaster. The Hull Minster held a memorial service a few days after the crash caused 44 deaths. Hull Minster History Group meets on the third Tuesday of the month from April to September at 12.30. Talks are held in the chancel and free to attend. All welcome.”