Alan Spademan



Hello and welcome to Pocklington Christian Fellowship, it’s always a real joy for us to meet and welcome new people into our church family.  Our mission is leading each individual into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

Whatever your next step is, it’s time to take a bold step of faith, getting out of your comfort zone, and discovering what God has in store for you.

07502 206817


We’re so glad you’ve decided to visit us! Please don’t hesitate to send us a message or give us a call  on 07502 206817 to let us know you’re coming! You may be wondering how to find us and what to expect. Here are a few questions commonly asked by our first-time visitors.

How do I get to PCF?

You can use the map to the right to locate us easily.

There are three main ways you might come to Pocklington to find us:

  1. From York on the A1079, turn off at Barmby Road (B1246), follow the road and turn right at the T-junction by the garage, take the first left onto Chapmangate. PCF is about 100 yards into Chapmangate on the left.
  2. From Hull on the A1079, turn right down the Balk (B1247), go straight on at three roundabouts and turn right straight after a zebra crossing, PCF is about 100 yards into Chapmangate on the left.
  3. From Driffield on the B1246, follow the road which leads onto Chapmangate, we are on the right-hand side, 100 yards from the end of the road.
Where can I find parking?

There is free on-street parking on most of the roads within Pocklington (please read the restrictions carefully). It is most difficult to find parking on Market days (Tuesdays) and on weekends.

What should I wear?

We have a “come as you are” ethos. You will see some of us dressed up to the nines and others dressed casually. We have no expectations of attire.

What do I do with my kids?

We are a family-friendly church, children of all ages are welcome to join in our main activities. We also have a children-specific group ‘JaM – Jesus and Me’ for children of primary school age, that meets during the main Sunday service (usually after praise and worship), as well as a Youth group for those between 11 and 18 years.


The pastor and our elders are responsible for the day-to-day running of our church. They work hand-in-hand with the trustees who are responsible for the church building, the land upon which the building rests, and the legal framework by which we are governed.

Alan & Marjorie Spademan

Senior Elders

Peter & Celia Bazira