In the period between Ascension and Pentecost, the South Fylde Circuit will be holding a 15 minute zoom prayer meeting on the following dates and we will be focussing on each church in the Circuit as part of the Thy Kingdom Come initiative. I hope you will be able to join us either on zoom or by praying for the church on your own. https://zoom.us/j/91633558164?pwd=QXRKSk1ubmhBUW5iam0vdFZrMTNFQT09 Meeting ID: 916 3355 8164 Passcode: 797760.
13 May Church Road
14 May Fairhaven
17 May Freckleton
18 May Kirkham
19 May Lytham
20 May The Drive
21 May South Fylde Circuit
Please note the dates and times in your diary. Next week’s mailing will include prayer topics for each day.
Also attached is information about Bible Month in June(click here for details) and the opportunity to join with others exploring Mark’s Gospel. For more information, please contact Judith or Kim on the contact numbers at the bottom of the sheet.
The General Church Meeting we had provisionally booked for the 21st April has been postponed and will be held as soon as restrictions allow us to come together for such a meeting. The ‘road map’ from the Government suggests this could be July. We will continue to monitor the situation and will keep you informed. Please remember the administrative life of the church in your prayers and in particular the District Synod as it prepares to meet on the 24th April by Zoom and to vote on the God in Love Unites Us report in preparation for a decision by Conference in June.
As the weather gets a little warmer and restrictions ease, may I remind you of the importance of keeping 2m distancing before, during and after worship.
Peace be with you.
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
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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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