While we have enjoyed some lovely sunny weather it made me think about sayings we know about the sun. The following saying, “Do not let the sun go down in anger”, you will find in Ephesians chapter 4 v 26. This is a letter
that Paul wrote to the Christians in Ephesus. He is giving them some guidelines on how to live in a way that
people can see the holy spirit at work in their lives. There are six guidelines; why don’t you look them up yourself?
Forgiving people who have upset us, or yourself saying sorry and making up, is sometimes quite difficult to do, yet when we do, how it saves the heart ache and allows us to move on, focus on God and show his love to others. When talking about this in assembly with the children, one small child asked, “What happens when you are angry after the sun has gone down?”
The nice weather has brought the return of the buggy walks, which are meeting each Tuesday afternoon at 1.30pm at the Barnsbridge Car Park in Delamere. See the facebook page: Tots @ Frodsham Methodist for further details.
Many of us have been enjoying the nice weather and our lovely countryside as we have met for Messy Outings. In April the children ran, while the adults walked, round the lake in Delamere. We were all ready for some tea at Oakmere church afterwards. In May we met at church and walked nearer to Frodsham, some of us finding places that we didn't know were there. Again finishing with food. Look out for details about the next Messy Outing.
The children at the toddler group and Messy Mice have been out in our soft tarmac area, playing and enjoying the sun.
Young Families Worker
Written by the Minister & Members