There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under the heavens. Ecclesiastes 3:1
Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. Hebrews 13:8
Another year begins and for some of you change may have already happened - either instigated by you or by others. We say how a year flies by, but on the other hand sometimes a day can seem like an eternity. What chances would you like to happen this year? Is God prompting you to change or do something different? Will you embrace the opportunities that come your way? Will you spend more time talking to God?
One of the biggest changes for me last year was travelling alone on the train, as I was involved in planning the adult activities during the 3Generate weekend that happened in November. I dared to get involved and by doing that I grew in confidence and made new friendships. Using technology - I have to confess, my knowledge of computers and all things technical has room to improve this year! The websites below were on a leaflet given to the adults who attended 3 Generate. Some you may find useful, either for yourself, your family or our church
as we learn more about God and Christianity this year.
www. Methodist Church in Britain: Contains lots of information.
www. YouTube.com/3Generate TV: watch what the young people at 3 Generate talked about.
http://www.faithinhomes.org.uk : contains a wealth of ideas, articles and resources for families about developing faith together.
http://flamecreativekids.blogspot.co.uk : full of creative ideas to nurture faith together.
https://homefrontmag.com : website from the US, with lots of stories and variety of ideas
Dates for February and March
Messy Mice at 10am is on 6th and 20th February and March – crafts and bible stories for the under 5's.
Toddlers is on every Thursday morning 9 - 11.45am.
Film club for year 7 to Upper Six. On the 12th of each month, starting at 7pm.
0930 Live! 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month.
May you grow in the knowledge and love of Christ this year.
Young Families Worker
Blog posts written by the Minister and Members of Frodsham Methodist Church.