Services this Sunday (24th in Ordinary Time)
The Early Communion service at 8.30am will be led by Robin
Morning service today is led by Michael Parrott
Hankelow with Woore: The Harvest Festival service this morning will be led by Robin
The Audlem service is live streamed each Sunday morning from 10.30am To join it go to
https://www.audlemmethodistchurch.org.uk/live-service.html or visit the website and click on 'watch the service live' at the top of the page. Now repaired and available.
Services next Sunday ( 25th in Ordinary Time)
Morning service at Audlem at 10.30am will be led by Peter Robertshaw
Hankelow with Woore: The service at Woore at 2.30pm is their Harvest Festival and will be led by Rev. Sarah Butcher from Shavington. All are most welcome – parking in the Cooper's Arms car park opposite the chapel. Gifts of 'long-life' produce, entirely optional will be taken to Market Drayton Foodbank.
Sunday 25th September
At Audlem: Harvest Festival service led by Malcolm Lorimer
At Hankelow: Morning service will be led by Yvonne Alcock
Action for Children If you have an 'Action for Children' lantern collecting box it is now time to have it emptied. Could you please bring it and its contents to chapel before the end of September so that I can send the total to their headquarters. If you are unable to get to chapel please give me a ring on 01630 653805 and I will happily collect it from you. However much or little there is in the box, every little helps!
Your support continues to give children a safe and happy childhood.
The circuit are introducing a new scheme which was mentioned in detail in the last circuit newsletter. The first Mission Hub meeting for our area will be held at our Church on Thursday Sept 22nd at7.00pm.
The Harvest Festival at Audlem will be celebrated on Sunday 25th September. The service will be followed by a Harvest Festival lunch at 12.30pm. Roast pork baps with apple sauce, sage and onion stuffing and coleslaw, followed by mixed fruit crumble and custard or ice cream. Please sign up on the list in the Hall.
The next Midweek service and lunch will be on Wednesday 28th September at 12 noon.
Occasion Transport Some of the senior members of our congregation who are no longer driving, are now coming to our AMC activities. It would be really good if we could have a list of people who wouldn't mind being contacted if transport was needed for a trip, eg bringing to the mid week monthly service/lunch or Sunday service. If you feel you could offer your help in this way please speak with one of the stewards. Thank you.
AMC BOOK GROUP The next meeting for our friendly group will be on THURSDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER at 2.30pm in the small room in Audlem Chapel. The book chosen is 'Through a Glass Darkly. Journeys through Science, Faith and Doubt – a Memoir', by Alister Mc Grath, who is currently a Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University. He is also a Theologian, a Natural Scientist and has been an Anglican priest in Oxford, as well as a prolific author and broadcaster who can be understood by ordinary people.
New faces always welcome. Contacts are Chris Denney, Peter Goringe or Christina Lawson for further info.
We are pleased to announce that we have permission to perform " Matilda " as our next production – the performance dates are March 1st-4th 2023 and new members for the choir are always welcome. Choir rehearsals will start on October 14 th.
A date for October: We are fortunate to have The Grove Singers coming to entertain us once again with their musical skills on Saturday 22nd October. More details about tickets coming soon.
Following on from the Notecards that Sarah designed and were sold in aid of church funds she has now produced tea towels. Two designs depicting the Church celebrating 160years. They are 100% cotton and made in Great Britain. £12 for two, (one of each design). All profit will go again to church funds. They will be available from this Sunday in church.
Murder Mystery 3 course dinner. Murder at the Farmhouse Saturday 8 October at 6.30pm
at The Wingate Centre, Wrenbury Hall Drive, Wrenbury CW5 8ES.
FUNDRAISING FOR LIGHTWOOD GREEN CHAPEL – LIGHTWORKS PROJECT
A real fun evening which you will enjoy – book a table now. £25 per person. Bring your own drinks. There will be a raffle.
'A farmer who is single with no children is making his will. He owns a large farm. His name is Ebeneezer Thistleweed. He is notorious for being mean, grumpy and not liked by anyone. He uses the threat of who he leaves the farm to as a lever to get people to do things. He has fallen out with other local farms and is not liked by anyone – not even the animals on his farm!
MEET THE SUSPECTS – The brothers Norris and Horace, the cleaner Doris, well to do Clarice and family friend Boris, not to mention the old family solicitor, Wallace. Who committed this dastardly act? Help solve the crime and have some fun unravelling the clues. Tickets from Karen Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org or Malcolm Lorimer email@example.com
Please NOTE that the next newsletter will be on SUNDAY 2nd OCTOBER. My eldest son is running the London Marathon that day in aid of Parkinsons UK and I will be going to support. THEREFORE PLEASE SEND ANY ITEMS for inclusion to firstname.lastname@example.org BY 7pm on THURSDAY 29TH September
A new baby and toddler group will be beginning on Mondays between 1.00 and 2.30pm. For more information contact Kathryn by email to email@example.com