The Pop-up shop last week, week of 16th February 2015, raised £2,300. Goods have also been placed elsewhere for sale which may bring in a further £200 plus. The week brought people of the churches of Frodsham together and helped build bridges across the wider community.
Goods not sold went to the following causes, The Salvation Army shop in Warrington, Chester Homeless Project, The Food Bank / TSB to sell the books, also Table sales for the following, Salvation Army Trafficked Victims Fund, Christian Aid at the Parish Hall, and the Building Fund at St Laurence's Parish Church.
the connexion is a new print magazine for Methodist people.
The first issue brings you news of people and projects in these islands as well as North Korea and Sri Lanka, showing how vibrant Methodism can be. It has a primary theme of evangelism (the 'e-word') and ways that Methodists can refocus on an area that many find problematic.
A range of Methodist office holders will soon be receiving three copies in the post (if they come through the letterbox already), with a request to pass two of these on. If you don’t get a copy, look out for someone who did!
The magazine has been produced in response to calls from many Methodists for improved communications and more news about what is happening across the Connexion.
Two more issues will be published in 2015 -issue two in April and issue three in September.
You can download a pdf of the magazine by visiting the Methodist Church website.
Mr. John Dower, a local alpine enthusiast, is presenting a talk entitled, 'Alpine Flowers - from Mountain to a Frodsham Garden'.
The talk will be at Frodsham Methodist Church, on Friday 27th February 2015 at 7.30pm.
John's digital presentation in Church will be followed by tea or coffee and a slice of delicious home-made cake in the Church Hall. John will give us a fascinating insight into these delicate plants, using beautiful pictures he has taken, and adding his quirky facts. The evening will be lovely.
Admission is £4 (incl refreshments) and you can pay on the door
For more information speak to Marg Jacks or e-mail email@example.com.
Proceeds will be in aid of a Christian Aid Project, ’Transforming Women’s Lives in Afghanistan’.
We will begin our 2015 Lent Course by watching the film The Way on Saturday 21st February at 7pm (bring your own drinks/sweets), in Church. Please feel free to come along to the film night even if you don't wish to join in the Lent Course - all are welcome.
This will then be followed by 5 sessions following the course which reflects on the film, on the following dates:
Tuesday evenings at 7.30pm in the Quiet Room:
(not meeting on 10th March) 31st March
Information about the film:
THE WAY is a powerful and inspirational story about family, friends and the challenges we face while navigating this ever-changing and complicated world. Martin Sheen plays Tom, an irascible American doctor who comes to France to deal with the tragic loss of his son (played by Emilio Estevez). Rather than return home, Tom decides to embark on the historical pilgrimage "The Way of St. James" to honour his son's desire to finish the journey. What Tom doesn't plan on is the profound impact this trip will have on him. Through unexpected and often amusing experiences along "The Way," Tom discovers the difference between "the life we live and the life we choose.” The story is based on the well known Camino de Santiago pilgrimage.
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