Our next Lunch Club will be on Wednesday 6th March. The Reservation List is in the foyer today. Please put your name down to book a place. But if you won't be in church, don't worry, just give Marg a ring by Monday 4th so that we have an idea of numbers, and we can organise any lifts required.
The Women’s World Day of Prayer Service will be held at St Laurence Parish Church, Frodsham, on Friday 1st March at 1.30pm. All are most welcome.
Frodsham Methodist Church's Christmas Tree Festival 2018 was officially opened by the member of parliament for the Weaver Vale constituency, Mr Mike Amesbury, MP, last night Friday 7th December).
The Christmas Tree Festival is open on both Saturday and Sunday, and Sunday will see special worship services amongst the trees.
Do come along. We hope to see you there.
Our next Lunch Club will be on Wednesday 4th July. We hope you will come and enjoy a light lunch and a chat with us. Lunch will be served at 12.30pm prompt, with doors open from 12 noon. Transport can usually be arranged within the Frodsham area for those who need it. The suggested donation for lunch is £3 each. As usual, to aid catering, we do need numbers in advance, so please make sure you add your name to the Reservation List which is in the foyer today, or e-mail Marg Jacks.
The Alzheimer’s Society, with the co-operation of Churches Together in Frodsham, will be starting two courses at Main Street Community Church in mid-June. These sessions are:
Live Well with Dementia (7 weeks), and
Singing for the Brain (10 weeks)
For further details of dates and times Tel: 0300 369 0570 or email email@example.com.
Join us to celebrate the charities and voluntary organisations that work so hard in our community.
Fun afternoon with activities, food tasting, a walk ans a talent concert.
More details to follow.
Methodists may be especially interested in the following event to be hosted by Chester Cathedral. The Rev'd Professor David Wilkinson is an ordained Methodist Minister:
The Max Planck Lecture Series: How does God answer Prayer in a Scientific World?
1 May @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
A five event series at Chester Cathedral, encompassing many different aspects of Science and Faith. The series is named after world famous and Nobel-prize winning theoretical physicist Professor Max Planck; an originator of Quantum Theory and a man of both science and faith. 2018 marks the 160th anniversary of his birth and the 100th anniversary of his Nobel Prize for Physics.
This is the first event of the series – How does God answer Prayer in a Scientific World?
Event sponsored by Chester Theological Society
The Rev’d Professor David Wilkinson – Professor and Principal of St John’s College, Durham University
All welcome, 7.30pm – 9pm in the Cathedral Refectory.
See our Calendar for details of regular events at Frodsham Methodist Church.