NEW Please pray for the Church Council as it meets next week.
As we enter Lent the nation awaits the Prime Minister’s announcement regarding the easing of restrictions. I encourage you to pray for the Prime Minister, his Cabinet and many advisors that they be wise in their decision making and clear in their announcements. When praying let’s not forget the political commentators and media as they make their observations before, during and after his announcement, that they will be responsible and constructive in their comments. As we pray for each other may we have patience and understanding on the journey to recovery as we remember:-
It Is God who hold the nations in the hollow of his hand;
It is God whose light is shining in the darkness of the land;
It is God who builds his City on the Rock and not on sand:
May the living God be praised!
Peace be with you
Stephen Wesley’s Larder is open from 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. on Monday to Saturday in the former Ministers Vestry. There is free food, donated by local supermarkets and other items. Covid protocols are in place to keep everyone safe. We are also supporting Freckleton Methodist Church Wednesdays 2.45 t0 4.00 p.m. with a Larder and also Kirkham Methodist Church on Thursday afternoon 3.00 p.m.. Please bring your own bags. Remember this is about giving people access to fresh food as well as reducing food waste. They are open to anyone The Community Hub educational classes for refugees are being held on line. All other activities remain suspended until it is safe for them to restart. If you would like more information or want to chat, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Stephen, our Minister, on 01772 683 884 or 07711917955 firstname.lastname@example.org or Judith, our Lay Worker, 01253 720986
As we are not able to offer our normal range of services and recognise not everyone is able to return to church at this time, we are highlighting some of the many opportunities for worship with a focus on those that are easily available knowing those with.… ,… READ MORE
Daily Readings and Weekly Reflection
We continue to post the much appreciated daily readings and a weekly reflection compiled by members of the Circuit Staff Team.
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