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Green Sheet – 17th March 2024

Cheshire South Circuit – Audlem Mission Area

(Minister: Rev Robin Fox. Tel: 01270 812820 email:
Newsletter for Audlem, Hankelow & Hatherton Methodist Churches
For the week commencing 17 March 2024

Services this Sunday

Audlem: Robin will lead the Early Communion service and also morning service which includes a baptism.

HYMNS: 323 476 424 350

Hankelow with Woore: Morning service will be led by Edna Perry

At Woore: See below for details of the service at 2.30pm

The Audlem service is live streamed each Sunday morning from 10.30am To join it go to or visit the website and click on 'watch the service live' at the top of the page.

Next Sunday (Palm Sunday)

Audlem: Morning service will be led by Rev Malcolm Lorimer

Hankelow with Woore: At Hankelow Morning service will be led by Robin

At Woore see over for details of the service at 2.30pm

Sister Act Jr. A huge thank you to all who took part in any way! It was a great show and enjoyed by packed audiences at each performance.

During the covid lockdown Tom Hassall, a war hero and long time resident and of Hankelow, who died recently, regularly sent me anecdotes to publish on the weekly newsletter. In memory of him I thought it appropriate to re-publish two of them.

Count your blessings instead of your crosses, Count your gains instead of your losses,
Count your joys instead of your woes, Count your courage instead of your foes,
Count your laughs instead of your tears, Count your full years instead of your tears
Count your kind deeds instead of your mean, Count your health instead of your wealth
Count on God, instead of yourself.

This second one was Tom's thought for the day which he said her read every morning.

'This is the beginning of a new day. God has given me this day to use as I will. I can waste it or grow in its light and be of service to others, but what I do this day is important because I have exchanged a day of my life for it When tomorrow comes today will be gone forever. I hope I will not regret the price I paid for it.'

Audlem Lent Soup Lunches – Today and next week here at AMC in the Hall

This afternoon at 3pm Three T's at Moorsfield Avenue

Come together with live music from Nastee Chapel, on St Patrick's Day, this evening, from 5pm at The Lord Combermere, Audlem. You'll hear uplifting original music and folk songs, blending past and present for folks old and young.

The next coffee morning at AMC will be on Saturday 6th April from 10.30 to 12.30.


The next midweek service and lunch at AMC will be Wednesday 27th March at midday.

Hankelow Chapel have re-started our Warm Hub afternoons in partnership with Hankelow and Hatherton & Walgherton Parish councils and ADCA. So come along to Hankelow Chapel community hall for our Warm Hub afternoons every Friday from 2-4pm. Drop in for hot drink and cake and enjoy some company in the warm. No charge and any donations welcome.

Come in for Winter Warming Soups: When? Every Thursday from 2nd November: drop in any time between 12.15 & 1.30pm. Bring a friend, enjoy some company, you are welcome!
Where? Woore Methodist chapel. There is no charge but any donations will help to cover costs..

The service at Woore Methodist chapel on Sunday 17th March at 2:30 p.m. includes a film drama (about 40 minutes) telling the Easter story in the words of Mark's Gospel. Refreshments afterwards.

From Englesea Extra No 68.

The team at Englesea Brook are working hard to prepare for re-opening on 4th April. Please encourage your friends and your churches to come and see the new exhibition exploring different aspects of childhood, and listen to memories of going to Sunday school. We have on loan items from Epworth Old Rectory and The Brampton museum – and a new children's corner so there's plenty to see.

At Englesea Brook Sunday 7th April at 3pm Love Feast – an informal act of worship led by Rev Pat Percival and Ruth Hilton.

PUB QUIZ Fundraiser on Friday 22 March at The Duke of Gloucester (presumably on University Way in Crewe). It is to raise funds for the 'Statue for Ada Campaign' in memory of Ada Nield Chew, a campaigning suffragist whose fight for the rights of women started in a Crewe factory.
Registration at 7pm. Quiz starts at 7.30pm. Cost £7 per person with a maximum of 6 people per team and includes chilli and rice at the interval. There will also be a raffle.

Explore the History of Primitive Methodism, Heritage Day at Mow Cop Methodist church on Saturday 11 May. 10am to noon; guest speakers, choir and hymn singing. Noon to 2pm; lunch break, guided tour etc. 2pm to 4pm; more guest speakers, choir and hymn singing.

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