At the last District Synod, we were challenged to consider our mission. As part of the visit to the District by the President of Conference, Rev'd. Dr. Roger Walton, and the Vice-President of Conference, Rachel Lampard, they are going to lead a study day on “What might a Church of Holiness and Justice look like?” Roger and Rachel will guide us to think about what it means to be people who are marked by and committed to holiness and justice. So often much of our time and energy can be spent on how to cope with some of the problems we face that it will be good to be challenged a fresh around our calling to be a holy people and live justly.
The day will be at Wolstanton Methodist Church (postcode ST5 0HS) on Saturday 21st January from 10:30am until 3:00pm. Please bring a packed lunch and drinks will be provided. I hope you will be able to join us for what should prove a stimulating and challenging day.
Get in touch with Andrea Ellams if you are interested in attending.
A reminder that our annual Covenant Service will be taking place this Sunday, 8th January at 10:45. This service will be led by our own minister.
It is a very special occasion for Methodists as we make our commitment to love and serve our Lord for the coming year. More information about this tradition can be found here.
The Cheshire Churches Together Service for 2017 will take place in Frodsham. It will be celebrated at St. Laurence Parish Church on Sunday 22nd January at 3 pm.
We are privelaged that the preacher will be Rev’d. Dr. Roger Walton, President of the Methodist Conference. The focus will be on reconciliation between our different Churches and promises to be a rewarding time. Dr. Walton is former Director of the Wesley Study Centre in Durham and the author of a number of books and articles.
You are all most welcome and encouraged to come and share this time together.
Please note that the Holiday club and Celebration of Light service planned for Thursday 5th January is CANCELLED.
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The reflections are written by members of our congregation.