THIS SUNDAY'S SERVICE

24th October at 10.45am.
Betty Lindsay leads
A Local Arrangement

LAST SUNDAY'S SERVICE

17th October
Rev Joan Pell
"Why are we not able to see?"
"Jesus offers a different way of life"


PAST RECORDED SERVICES

Climate Action

We have an important guest –
Rev James Bhagwan
is the General Secretary of the Pacific Conference of Churches and a Methodist minister.
He is on his way from Fiji to Glasgow for COP26.
We will send greetings and prayers from the circuit to Glasgow and back to Fiji –
a country that is already experiencing the impact of climate change.
 


   

On 30th October,

the Saturday before COP26 begins, we will be holding an open day at
Museum Street from 11am to 2pm
inviting people to drop in and make their presence and concern for the planet known.
There will be a soup and roll lunch.
One of the side-chapels will be set aside for quiet prayer and guided meditation, and we encourage everyone to spend a few minutes casting all else aside, pleading with God for the success of the COP26 global leaders conference.
There will be plenty of opportunity to read and discuss some of the materials from our website turned into posters. One or two petitions will be there for you to discuss and sign up.
There will be help to choose some of the climate tips for you to put into action.
Above all, we want you to bring a friend and share with them, and inspire them with hope, simply because of the extent of our love and care for the world’s future.
Please do come along and bring a friend.


Climate Justice at Museum Street

We believe in climate justice.
We commit ourselves to listen and learn from stories around the world,
to speak out and act for climate justice and
to be ambassadors of hope for creation’s richness.

Climate Action

Knowledge is nothing without action.
Change can be achieved if a lot of people, do a little.
Join us in this task to change the world.
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We believe in climate justice.
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We commit ourselves to listen and learn from stories around the world,
to speak out and act for climate justice and
to be ambassadors of hope for creation’s richness.

Climate Action

Very interesting reading can be seen here;
https://methodistic.org.uk/climate-action/

SUNDAY SERVICES AT MUSEUM STREET

Oct

3rd

Sun

10.45

Service led by Mr Bryan Nichols

10th

Sun

10.45

Prof. David Welbourn

17th

Sun

10.45

Service led by Rev Joan Pell

24th

Sun

10.45

Local Arrangement by Betty Lindsay

31st

Sun

10.45

Service led by Rev Joan Pell

WEEKDAY ACTIVITIES

All Church weekday activities
are suspended at the moment.
We are working hard to get all of them back;
ASAP.

METHODISTIC CIRCUIT NEWS

Online Sunday Video Services can be found on the Circuit Website,from 6am on the appropriate day.

Click here.